Anyone know of a simple way to fire off primers from primed cases that you don't own a firearm for? Or that don't easily chamber unloaded for whatever reason.
I have some oddball primed brass I would like to sell/ship and have enough of it that I might as well figure out a way to do this. The primers prevent you from shipping usps which kills the deal cost-wise so firing them off is more economical.
Was wondering if anyone has come up with a way to safely/easily detonate or remove the primers in an empty case.
My first thought would be to make a mechanism that holds a standard shellholder and strikes through the hole in it to fire the primer, but without anything containing the case so it couldn't be called a firearm. Is this idea valid? Do you think it would be completely safe providing the cases are visually inspected to make sure nothing is in them beforehand? I wouldn't think there is any pressure with the case mouth completely open to the world.
Any thoughts or other workable solutions would be appreciated, maybe I am overthinking this and there is a much easier way. I have deprimed brass on a press with a plywood shield before but never felt great about it and thought there must be a better way.