CCI Percussion Caps #11


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  • Product #: 995981
  •  Manufacturer #: 311 (1000)
  •  UPC #: 076683503114

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CCI Percussion Caps #11 For Sale In Stock

CCI Percussion Caps #11 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.


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CCI Percussion Caps #11 Specifications

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Shipping Weight0.775 Pounds
HazMat ProductYes

What are CCI 11 percussion caps for?

CCI® #11 Percussion Caps are made of a non-corrosive, non-mercuric compound blend and come as separate, ribbed copper caps for normal revolvers, rifles, and muzzleloaders. These ribbed caps fit typical #11 nipple diameters and provide clean burning and dependable ignition.

Are percussion caps explosive?

The percussion cap is a tiny copper or brass cylinder with one closed end. A small amount of a shock-sensitive explosive material, such as mercuric fulminate (discovered in 1800; it was the only practical detonator used from the mid-nineteenth century to the early twentieth century), is contained within the closed end.

What is the difference between #11 and #10 percussion caps?

Remington #10 & 11’s the difference is length not diameter. Thats why the 10’s stay on better, they grab more of the nipple.

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