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Location: San Jose,CA
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any 44 mag reloaders in San Jose, Ca

I'm looking for someone who can change some primers for me. I recently built a shift knob in a machining class I took that holds 6 44 mag shell casing. But the modified shells have spent primers and would really like to have then changed to un-fired ones.

here's a pic of it

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any 44 mag reloaders in San Jose, Ca

Um OK, Dude it's a sticker, and you're from Canada neener!

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Hmmm Think, since you clearly have some machining skill, I'd just knock the old primers out with a thin pin. Then machine some small primer like bits to go in the primer pocket. Loading up with live primers probably wouldn't be the best idea.

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