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Regular primers and mag primers

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by Gonzofam, Jan 20, 2013.

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  1. Gonzofam

    Gonzofam Member

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    Long time no talk guys. Thanks for all the help from you guys here who got me started on the right road. THE HIGH ROAD. Thanks in advance.

    I have been reloading 223 in the thousands and have switched to accurized specific loads from just 50- 100 yard stuff. The ar likes a few different loads as well as the rem 700. The new rifle i have has been pickey to say the least. Some of the bestfor the rem was cci400 primers. I had primed 500 with 450 cci mag primers. Finding a load for the savage 12 has been excessive. Are br primers or standard primers, even mag primers going to change things enough to keep me from getting. 33 moa or better? I havent used br primers or gone back to 400primers yet. The load of cci400 varget with combi.ed tech 55 and 50 gr bullets produced results under.5 at 100 yds. Could be the primers huh?
     
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    Very confusing post.
     
  3. Gonzofam

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    Will mag primers make such a difference that a specific powder just does not give great results in a specific rifle anymore? I had mag primed casings i used for bolt action rifle. I couldent get results close to regular peimers. I know there are many many variables. Just asking about primers only. Regular cci400, cci450 .
     
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