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Powder Valley has Tula Large pistol Primers are of 01-18-2013

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by bugsbunny45, Jan 19, 2013.

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  1. bugsbunny45

    bugsbunny45 Member

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    I was able to order Tula Large Pistol Primers. As of 01-18-2013.
    Yeah Powder Valley

    Now on to find some small Pistol Primers,
     
  2. Jimbo53

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    Thanks for the heads up. Ordered 5000 and a jug of powder. Looks like slim pickings on the other brands of primers.
     
  3. tommysempra

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    how good are tulas, thanks to the shortage?
     
  4. frankge

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    good as gold...
     
  5. Jimbo53

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    I've never had one problem with Tula primers, large pistol or small.
     
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    I've been using Tula (aka Tulammo) for the last 2 years.
    (about 10,000 primers)

    Their primers are just a hair bigger than say CCI.
    (works great for older brass with looser primer pockets.)
    So you need to make sure your brass is seated perfectly before trying to seat a primer.

    But they go bang, just as well as any other brand ( and are a lot cheaper too $16.90 last August for SPP)
     
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