How to dispose of reloading supplies.

Quacker_Smacker

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I was given approx 3000 primers which appear to have been stored in a damp place that I don’t feel comfortable using. Any suggestions of proper disposal?
 
I called the OPP detachment in Simcoe before over some old shotgun shells and supplies I had found stored in my garage from previous owner, they came and picked them up with no issues
 

hvyhaul

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I know a couple of people who have gotten rid of the odd old appliance using that stuff. :X3:?:eek:
 

duck blind

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R.O.C. (Radio Operator's Certificate)
It’s definitely amazing stuff & can’t believe it’s still available for sale considering U can do sum serious damage with it!!!!??
 

reeldrag

Well-Known Member
I was once told to soak in a pail of water for a while then just throw in garbage
Get a muzzleloader and use them for dog training or maybe a trainer could use them
 

duck blind

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R.O.C. (Radio Operator's Certificate)
Soo I can’t have em for my next episode of Mythbusters? Was already planning on emptying pond with said ingredients ?6A4B41E7-CFFA-4626-8390-42F3C3E1C79E.jpeg
 

Kirby

Active Member
Hey I’ll take em I use them for my dog training it doesn’t matter if they don’t work or not
 

duck blind

Well-Known Member
R.O.C. (Radio Operator's Certificate)
Thanks for looking out for my best interests!! Guess I’ll just have to use tannerite on it’s own ??
 
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