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Fiocchi Small Pistol Primers

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by hAkron, Jul 4, 2011.

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  1. hAkron

    hAkron Member

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    I've used Winchester, Federal, and CCI primers. On my last primer purchase I picked up 1500 Fiocchi Small Pistol Primers and so far they have run perfectly in the few hundred rounds I have used them in. 9mm, 38 special, 357 Sig. There is a gun store around here (Kames Sports in North Canton for any of you local to Akron) that has them on sale for $30.00 for the 1500 pack. I'm in the process of moving or else I probably would have snatched up a few boxes a that price. I'm just passing along this information to anybody who is on the fence on these primers. In my experience they seem to work well. The guns I have used them in are Glock 17, CZ 75D PCR, Sig P229, Ruger GP100.
     
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  2. Hondo 60

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    I've never bought Fiocchi primers, but I've fired thousands of rounds of their ammo.
    Never had any issues.

    I wish I could get that deal in my area.
     
  3. Dapperdan

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    I've used Wolf and Magtech in addition to the big 4. I would like to try Fiocchi and Tula if I could get them locally. Seems like a good deal, but not at the expense of adding the hazmat in. Best wishes.
     
  4. Presto

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    I ordered a case of them from midway back when I couldn't find any primers anywhere. They've all worked perfectly, and I was a little sad to finish them up. I haven't found those kind of prices on them, or I would still be shooting them.
     
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