Winchester Primers

All weather primers are non-corrosive and provide fast, consistent ignition in any shooting environment. Winchester works hard to ensure that all primers are dependable, fast, and exact.

Primers are continually and extensively tested for consistency and sensitivity in Winchester testing labs at temperatures and situations far beyond the range of normal usage.

Winchester Primers offers improved sensitivity for more positive shooting in all guns, as well as precisely controlled weights of primer combinations, consistency in size and quality, exact measurements and tolerances for anvil heights, and stability in temperature and humidity extremes.

Who makes Winchester Primers?

Winchester manufactures Primers and is owned by OLIN Corp. rather than Vista Outdoor. There are other overseas priming manufacturers, although importation has been restricted.

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Winchester Primers In Stock

Winchester produces seven different primers to more than cover your reloading needs for shotshells, rifle and handgun cartridges.

SYMBOL PRIMER TYPES
W209 #209 Shotgun Shells
WLP #7 – 111 Large Regular Pistol
WLR #8-1/2 – 120 Large Rifle
WLRM #8-1/2M – 120 Large Rifle Magnum
WSP #1-1/2 – 108 Small Regular Pistol
WSPM #1-1/2M – 108 Small Magnum Pistol
WSR #6-1/2 – 116 Small Rifle

Military Primers

Winchester produces high-quality primers for today’s warfighter. Noncorrosive, all-weather primers provide fast, dependable ignition even under the harshest environments.

Commercial Primers

Winchester primers are thoroughly tested for consistency and sensitivity at temperatures and circumstances much over the normal operating range.

Winchester Small Pistol Primers

Winchester non-corrosive, all weather primers deliver fast, dependable ignition under any shooting condition.

Primers are constantly and rigorously tested for consistency and sensitivity at temperatures and conditions far beyond the range of normal usage.

Winchester guarantees better sensitivity for more positive firing in all guns, carefully-controlled weights of primer mixtures, consistency in size and quality, precise measurements and tolerances for anvil heights and stability in extremes of temperatures and humidity.