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Nobelsport Primers

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by blarby, Jun 15, 2012.

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  1. blarby

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    Anybody ever used Nobelsport Shotgun primers ?
     
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    About 20,000 worth so far
     
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    I assume they work pretty well then, huh ?


    ^.^

    I'm used to CCI...for regular ol'trap loads, you think I'll see a difference ?
     
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    They are OK - I buy them because they are cheaper than anything I would rather use. If I could get Fiocchis for 10-15 bucks over the NS I would buy them, Unfortunately, my club orders from a company that company that does not stock Fiocchis - and since they deliver on their truck to the club I have no hazmat or shipping costs, so the difference between them and a place that does stock Fiocchis approaches $70 per sleeve

    The NS leave a brassy/copper residue on the primer feed tray; they sometimes are set too deep to work in the lower barrel of Brownings; otherwise they do OK
     
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    My opinion regarding shotshell primers is driven by cost, as I've yet to experience a failure with any brand in over 3 decades of loading. I've become pretty set in my primer brands for metalic loading, but shotshell has become so expensive to load I go for the cost effective components.

    GS
     
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