CCI® Standard Primers

   

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Large Rifle

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#200

Small Rifle

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#400

Small Pistol

Size:
#500

large Pistol Magnum

Size:
#350 MAG

Large Pistol

Size:
#300

Shotshell

Size:
#209

Small Rifle Magnum

Size:
#450 MAG

Small Pistol Magnum

Size:
#550 MAG

Small Rifle

Size:
BR4
  • 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.
Rated 4.9 out of 5 by 18 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Most reliable primers period. I have been using CCI primers for over thirty years now, they are hands down the most reliable primers I have found. I.e. no failures in perhaps 10,000 reloads so far. I tried other brands during the primer shortage with disappointing results. One brand had 2 failures within 1000! Unbelievable. So I stick with a winner. March 12, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by CCI 450 Primers Thousands of rounds, always goes BANG ! Using in 5.56/.223 brass. March 10, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Good purchase CCI primers have never failed to ignite on the first strike on all of our home loads. The primers are easily seated in the press or by hand, easily sealed if that is a concern, and leave no more residue than other primers being sold. Overall an excellent product for your reloading bench activities. March 9, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Good to go Seem to be quality primers, haven't had any issues yet and don't expect to. March 5, 2014
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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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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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Large Pistol primer
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Most 44-40 brass uses a large pistol primer.
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