After reading the Re-use pulled bullet thread, it left me wondering how a person would go about safely depriming brass where the primers have not yet been fired. Is that a moot or stupid question? Would there ever be a need to remove unfired primers from brass? What if you made an error somewhere along the line and need to resize your brass after you've primed it?
Or...let's say you have some 60-year old ammo. The bullets and the brass appear to be in good shape but you don't want to bring these rounds with you on the hunt only to be disappointed when you pull the trigger and hear only a "click....". I have some old bullets and it would be nothing to pull the bullets and put in new primer and fresh powder but I don't know how to safely discharge/remove unfired primers.