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Winchester® #209 Primers for Shotshells

   

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  • Better sensitivity for more positive firing in all guns
  • Non-corrosive, non-mercuric
  • Weight of the primer mixture is carefully controlled
  • Every Winchester primer is consistent in size and quality
  • Anvil heights are measured to precise tolerances to assure perfect ignition
  • Winchester primers maintain stability in extremes of temperature and humidity
WARNING - Primers may explode if subjected to impact, shock, or intense heat. Store in original factory container only. Primers in bulk are capable of mass explosion. Do not use primer feed devices for reloading. 100 pack.
Rated 5 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Perform as Expected So far so good. Shot almost half with no problems. December 10, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Reloading I have used the winchesterw209 primers for 25 years and have never had a miss fire they are the best for shotgun shell reloading January 31, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by great primers Never had one fail yet. I am happy about that. I reload everything I own with winchester primers. Shotgun I mean. February 27, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by clean burning these primers are great they never miss fire and allways go off February 10, 2009
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I HAVE MIXED UP SOME WLR AND WLRM WINCHESTER PRIMERS. ANY WAY TO VISUALLY TELL DIFFEANCE OR SHOULD I DISCARD?
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Well I would recommend, if you have a good Grain scale, that you try weighing 1 mag primer from the box and put it back and then weigh 1 standard primer from it's box and put it back.

If there is a difference then try weighing the mixed up primers and see if there is a consistency of difference that will allow you to separate one group for the other.

If there is a distinct difference then just put them back into the correct boxes. If not, separate them from the known primers and load them with reduces charges.

BTW However you did this, don't do it again!
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no if you have a chronigraph load some rounds shoot the data that is ths onley way to tell i reload300wm and 7mmrem mag i still use reg larg rifle primers
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Probably not best to throw away,but dispose of properly.
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