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CCI® Standard Primers

   

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Large Rifle

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#200
  • $3.99

  • SKU: 133433

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Small Rifle

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#400
  • $3.99

  • SKU: 285030

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Large Rifle Magnum

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#250 MAG
  • $4.59

  • SKU: 285032

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large Pistol Magnum

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#350 MAG
  • $4.59

  • SKU: 285033

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Large Pistol

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#300
  • $3.99

  • SKU: 285036

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Shotshell

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#209
  • $4.59

  • SKU: 285038

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Small Rifle Magnum

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#450 MAG
  • $4.59

  • SKU: 285039

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Small Pistol Magnum

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#550 MAG
  • $3.99

  • SKU: 285040

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Small Rifle

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BR4
  • $6.49

  • SKU: 418148

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  • Better sensitivity for more positive firing in all guns
  • Non-corrosive, non-mercuric - clean-burning for greater accuracy and more shots between cleanings
  • Easier to seat than older-style primers
  • Smooth feeding in progressive and automated loading equipment
  • Continually tested design
A proven performer, CCI standard primers deliver trustworthy performance for home reloaders. Easier to seat than older-style primers, CCI standard primers feed more smoothly in today's progressive and automated loading equipment. With its clean-burning initiator compound, these non-corrosive, non-mercuric primers deliver a clean burn to leave primer pockets cleaner for greater accuracy and more shots between cleanings. The increased sensitivity design also provides a larger ''sweet spot'' for better use with guns that sometimes deliver off-center strikes.
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Best primes around CCI Primers are my #1 primer for most of my hand loading. They are very consistent and seem to fit a tad more snug that the other brands. I have had trouble with other brands of primers falling out or coming loose after a case has been reloaded 5-6 times. With CCI's, I have never had that trouble. These were recommended by several top shooters in the USPSA leagues I shoot. On a hardness level, these primers around about #4 with #1 being the hardest. I have used them with AR style weapons that can punch holes in primers and soft striking competition handguns. Of all my years of loading, I have never had a miss fire using CCI's that was linked to the primer. When the trophy is on the line, or a match can be turned around with a miss fire, I cant afford junk primers. CCI is it for me. I didn't see the Bench Rest primers listed to do a review on, but I wanted to give them notice too. They have all the same features as I listed above with one added. They are the cleanest burning primer I have ever used. When using the BR primers, I don't have to clean my primer pockets near as often as with regular primers. Saving time on loading is always a plus. September 9, 2012
Great primers for big rifles I have purchased these primers (CCI #200) and use them for reloading my 308, 270, 3006 just to name a few. I have never had a miss fire with these primers. I have reloaded for several years and used these primers the whole time. They are easy to prime in my rifle primers and burn clean and are easily replaced when I reload my brass. I would recommend these primers to any one wanting to reload large rifle brass. November 3, 2014
hard to find primers in gun shops I have tested several brands of primers over the past 36 years of handloading. CCI Standard and Bench Rest primers are the best that I have ever used. I still test all brands, but CCI still deliver the best groups no matter what caliber I'm testing. I don't reload large volumes of any caliber. Never more than 100 rounds at a time. Between newer bullets and powder being released to the public on a regular timeline it's just not practicable for me. I've pulled bullets to change loadings. The bullets are marked buy the clamping action and therefor not as accurate as before. Since my normal gun shop hasn't had CCI primers for two years, I was willing to pay the hazard fee to have them on my bench. Thank you Bass Pro Shops. May 19, 2014
The ONLY primer I'll use. I have been reloading for 40 years and have used CCI primers exclusively for all that time. I was taught to reload using CCI and know countless other who will only use these in their loads as well. I trust them totally in all my hunting, target and self-defense needs. I have never had a misfire, failure-to-fire, or any other malady occur with tens of thousands of rounds sent downrange. Do yourself a favor and stock up with the best there is, CCI. January 28, 2013
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I use the CCI #200 primers and prefer them over some of the others. Never had a miss fire and the price is right. I reload for a 270, 308, and others.
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Since you didn't define which .270 (there are several) I'm going to assume you are reloading a 270 Winchester. CCI Standard Large Rifle primers will give you the best groups period. Try reloading five rounds each using different brands of primers all Large Rifle of course. Use the same brand of brass and powder loading. You will see that I am correct by saying that CCI primers give the best groups.
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I use CCI 34 primers because I also reload for M1's and the CCI 34's are magnum primers and I live where we have sub zero weather and the magnum primers give great performance in the cold. You don't need mag primers for use in the 270win but I have had great success using them for accuracy using R-17 and Sierra 140gr bullets.
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CCI large rifle primers.
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I want to reload some .308 cal rifle bullets. I know I should use a large rifle primer but am not sure about the BR2 vs the #200.
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CCI BR2 (Bench Rest) primers were developed for bench rest competition target shooting. I use them exclusively in varmint calibers like 22-250 Rem and .17 Rem. I've tried them also in several .308 Winchesters. I find them to be more consistent therefore better groups. The .308 Win was born to be very accurate even with factory loadings. I have never noticed any change in accuracy between Standard 200 Large Rifle and the BR2. I'd suggest making five rounds of each with everything else being equal. Case brand, powder loading, and bullets. Use a good rest to shoot from. You will be surprised just how close the groups are alike.
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BR2 primers are Benchrest primers and they are all I use. The difference is mainly to do with the fact Benchrest primers are built to more precise specs and will deliver more consistency, shot after shot.
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BR stands for bench rest primers which are used for sitting and shooting at targets. Their softer metal than standard #200
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The BR2 primers are used by benchrest shooters because they are more consistent than regular large rifle primers. For regular hunting loads, I would use standard large rifle primes
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The BR2 is not the best option but in a time of low supply they are a good substitute. Look online for load work up using these primers.
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The BR2 is a Bench Rest primer. Higher quality control and just all around made better. They are for match grade ammo. Aside from plinking, all my ammo is loaded with Bench Rest Primers
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The CCI BR2 Primers are the Benchrest primers which are tuned to the highest degree to produce match-winning results. These Primers are produced using the most experienced skilled personnel who put the priming mix in the cups, so you get the same flame, shot after shot. They also use specially selected cups and anvils for added consistency. The #200 are standard large Rifle Primers.
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CCI 300 Large Pistol no matter if you are reloading for a rifle or pistol in 44-40. Be careful when seating the bullet. The case mouth wall are thin and easily crushed as you crimp the case to the bullet.
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Large Pistol primer
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Most 44-40 brass uses a large pistol primer.
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