true, but look for when they discount the hazmat fee. always harder to buy through the internet sites than in store but they run specials all the time
Crazy how unique each rifle can be. Don't know until you try. But ain't adding a wad to use LP primers. Hate adding steps.Asking for opinions on this topic is like lighting a powder trail to the armory. Many people have several conflicting opinions on the topic let alone amongst each other.
BP is easily ignited and once ignited is extremely fast burning, thus why percussion caps will successfully ignite 90 grs charges in a front stuffer. LP primers work well in 45-70. So do LR primers. Work with what you’ve got and good luck.
Large pistol primers are a little shorter than large rifle primers. Depending on how much firing pin protrusion your rifle has will dictate how reliably the primers are ignited.I have been successfully using WLR primers in all my TD and Sharps 45-70 BP loads. I have read many folks use LP primers. I am interested to know from BP shooters here if they have experiences and opinions using these. Also, if I have great loads with WLR, is there still a reason to experiment with LP primers. Thanks.