CCI Large Rifle Primers #200 Box of 1000 (10 Trays of 100)
CCI Large Rifle Primers #200 are continuously tested and improved. As a result today’s CCI primers are more sensitive, easier to seat and more compatible with progressive and automated loading equipment than ever before. They utilize modern non-corrosive and non-mercuric initiator mixes for the cleanest burn possible.
WARNING: CCI Large Rifle Primers #200 can expose you to Lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to – www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.
CCI Large Rifle Primers #200 Specifications
Why are there no large rifle primers?
Making new ammo requires primers, and manufacturers have diverted primers that would have gone to reloading sales to new ammo production, decreasing the availability of primers as components. The ammo shortage has also stimulated interest in reloading, putting additional strain on the now-dwindling supply.
What is the difference between CCI Large Rifle Primers #200 and BR2?
Because the BR2 is the ballistic equivalent of the CCI200, they are interchangeable. BR2 is simply more consistent as a result of the extra skill that goes into its production.
What is the deal with large rifle primers?
Consistent Ignition: For accurate shooting, consistent ignition is essential. The big rifle primer guarantees that the propellant powder ignites evenly, resulting in constant bullet velocities and, as a result, more predictable trajectories.
What size is a large rifle primer?
Small pistol primers – similar to small rifle primers but intended exclusively for handguns. Large rifle primers – measuring approximately. 128 inches in height and. 212 inches in width.
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 is the difference between CCI 200 and CCI 250?
the main difference is the thickness of the cup. the mags generally have a thicker cup and therefore can take hotter loads–more pressure.