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    Russian Reloads Partizan Mk V

    Has anyone tried the Russianicon Reloads Partizan Mk V to convert GP11 rounds to use small rifle boxer primers? Looks interesting.

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    I wonder how you get the boxer primers out after you fire them. The Berdan is still seated, probably crimped in. Is a new center hole also drilled through the case?

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    It would take an age to convert them properly I think. De-prime for Berdan and remove the anvil, drill the new flash hole, line the primer pocket... I guess small rifle magnum would carry the same smack as large rifle primers.
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    If I read the instructions right, the Berdan primers stay in and act as the new seat for the boxer primers. They get drilled through from the outside.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aragorn243 View Post
    the Berdan primers stay in
    I see, so that's the liner but still we'd need to remove the anvil and drill a flash hole to clear them out next depriming session.
    Regards, Jim

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    Dreadful web site, has absolutely no details on how it works.



    Only review was how the item was backordered in September, after the payment was made.

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