Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by Shooter2747, Feb 24, 2021.
When you get access, the for sale forum has several posts on primer trading so that will be a good place to start. Might even mention it in the reloading forum.
for sure. Shipping would cost to much.
You may run into light primer strikes depending on your revolver.
I use SRP in my Blackhawk and Rossi. But I do run heavy charges of H110.
Now I’m scrounging around until I find it. That’s a quarter now!
Likewise in Pa
A while back I read a post regarding cup thickness on SRP, SPP and SPM. The SRP's are .020, The SPP's are .017 and the SPM are like the SRP's at .020.
The only outlier was the CCI 41 5.56 Military primers, they are .021.
The bottom line was that some striker fired weapons had issues applying enough force to reliably set off the primer.
Don't rely on my oldish kinda fading memory, do your own research, but that's what I recall.
Showed they had 2 bricks in stock. In an instant they were gone.
Never known PV to gouge before.
The ONLY small rifle primers I’ve had trouble igniting with my striker fired pistols are S&B. WIN, Fed, CCI and Wolf all worked fine.
I had a couple FTF obviously light strikes with S&B SPP yesterday with a revolver that had a lighter mainspring installed. Two other stock revolvers shot them without a problem. The revolver with the lighter mainspring had fired 1000 rounds of Remington factory ammo with no FTF so maybe S&B are slightly harder to ignite. Changed the mainspring back to stock.
Waiting for permissions to get on the trade page as I have 4,100 LPP primers I won’t use.
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