Re: How do I disable and dispose of live primers?
The WD-40 and the water will take a little time to deactivate them. They really have a type of seal there.
Relatively speaking, there is actually very little energy in a primer - remember, it will not even push a lead bullet half=way down the barrel of a pistol. So, slosh them with WD-40, and toss them in the burn barrel. They will probably be inactivated in 24 hrs by that, and if not, the burning will comple the job.
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