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I just loaded a couple of batches with 23 year old primers stored in somebody’s uninsulated garage and they worked fine.
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Update 11/14/2020
Thanks everyone for your input. This week after spending 3 hours getting my reloading equipment set up,cleaned and working again I was able to load 80 rounds of test loads.
Went to the range today and tested them. After all my components sitting over 20 years everything fired with no problems.
Next week we will load more rounds and after I test some of them I will load what ever I have left in components.
Thanks everyone again

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