CCI Primers

CCI Primers are constantly being tested and improved. As a result, CCI primers are more sensitive, easier to seat, and more compatible than ever with progressive and automatic loading equipment.

For the cleanest burn possible, they use current non-corrosive and non-mercuric initiator blends. These are the “bread-and-butter” primers in reloading recipes, the most regularly used primers.

CCI standard primers burn exceptionally cleanly, leaving primer pockets cleaner and allowing you to go longer between pocket cleanings. This is a major advantage for progressive reloaders.

They are more sensitive and easier to seat than previous CCI primers, and they are designed to flow smoothly in automated equipment. Boxes of 1000 or 5000 count are available.

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CCI Primers in Stock

CCI primers in stock at Primers Gun Powder are precision-engineered to perform consistently round after round. CCI primers have a reputation for igniting quickly and powerfully in a variety of weather circumstances.

CCI Primers are preferred by the most discerning reloaders for anything from shotshells to handgun rounds to magnum rifle cartridges. CCI® primers provide the reloader with clean, consistent ignition.

In firearms that produce off-center hits, a larger sweet spot guarantees more dependable ignition. CCI Small Rifle 5.56mm, CCI Primers #209 Shotshell, CCI Small Pistol Primers #500, and a variety of other items are in stock.

Why Should You Buy CCI Primers

CCI® standard primers, a tried-and-true performer, provide dependable performance for home reloaders. CCI standard primers are easier to seat than older-style primers and feed more easily in today’s progressive and automatic loading equipment.

These non-corrosive, non-mercuric primers offer a clean burn, leaving primer pockets cleaner for higher accuracy and more shots between cleanings, thanks to their clean-burning initiator component.

The higher sensitivity design also allows for a broader “sweet spot” for use with firearms that occasionally deliver off-center blows.

  • Better sensitivity for more positive firing in all guns
  • Non-corrosive, non-mercuric – clean-burning for greater accuracy and more shots between cleanings
  • Easier to seat than older-style primers
  • Smooth feeding in progressive and automated loading equipment
  • Continually tested design

What is CCI 500 Primers?

The CCI #500 Small Pistol Primer (1000 Count) is available from Primers Gun Powder. Because of CCI’s continuous testing and assessment processes, the CCI Small Pistol Primers are highly advanced. CCI #500 Primers are easier to ignite and seat, making them an excellent choice for reloading.

What is the Difference between CCI 200 and BR2?

The BR2 is the ballistic equivalent of the CCI200 and therefore both are interchangable. BR2 is just more consistent due to the extra skill going into the manufacture.

What are CCI 450 Primers Used for?

For ARs and ball powders, the 450 and 41 primers are preferred. The 400 primers flow through the firing pin hole while shooting my bolt action with midrance loads.

What are CCI 550 Primers Used for?

These are the “bread-and-butter” primers in reloading recipes, the most regularly used primers. CCI standard primers burn exceptionally cleanly, leaving primer pockets cleaner and allowing you to go longer between pocket cleanings. This is a major advantage for progressive reloaders.

What are CCI 200 Primers for?

For reloading big rifle ammo, CCI 200 Primers are required. You’ll have plenty of primers to keep shooting with a pack of 100. These CCI primers are dependable, consistent, and efficiently ignite.

What are CCI No 34 Primers Used for?

The goal is to prevent slam fires in all types of military weapon systems. Unless your rig is really weak or specialized, you should have no problems with these primers because the ignition levels are not particularly high; they are simply stated to be safe.

What are CCI 41 Primers Used for?

Number 41 Mil-spec primers are manufactured to the same specifications as the United States Military and lessen the likelihood of a slam-fire. They employ the same data as CCI magnum primers, while being designed for you in Military-style semi-auto rifles.

What are CCI Magnum Primers Used for?

A magnum primer, in essence, burns hotter than a typical LR primer. They are designed for use in larger cases that burn more powder (usually referred to as magnum cartridges, though not always). If you use a regular LR primer in a magnum case, the powder may not ignite consistently.

Can I use CCI 500 primers for 9mm?

According to the research I’ve done in this forum and elsewhere, CCI Small Pistol primers (500) and CCI Magnum Small Pistol primers (550) can be used in 9mm.

What size Primer for 223 CCI?

223/ 5.56mm rifles. The CCI #41 is a Mil Spec primer that is quite similar to their #400. All of the Small standard primer types (pistol, pistol magnum, rifle, and rifle magnum) will fit in the. 175 pocket, and load data for each of them can be found here.

Are CCI No 34 Primers Good?

Standard primers, such as #200, will ignite just fine in your intended application (bolt gun stick powder loads). There is nothing wrong with utilizing #34s for bolt gun loads, but they may develop larger pressures, requiring you to rework your load, starting lower than max.

Is CCI 41 a Magnum Primer?

The CCI #41 is a magnum style primer with a different anvil angle and, as previously stated, a thicker cup that makes the primer less sensitive.

What size is a CCI 41 Primer?

CCI Primers are constantly being tested and improved. As a result, CCI primers are more sensitive, easier to seat, and more compatible than ever with progressive and automatic loading equipment.

Is CCI 550 the same as CCI 400?

NOTE 1: According to Speer/CCI Technical Services, the CCI 550 Small Pistol Magnum primer and the CCI 400 Small Rifle primer are the same size. Both primers share the same cup metal and cup thickness. Both primers make use of the identical primer chemical formula and amount.