REMINGTON SMALL PISTOL PRIMERS #1-1/2 BOX OF 1000 (10 TRAYS OF 100) DESCRIPTION
As a global leader in both the guns and ammunition industries, Remington understands how critical it is to have the best quality ammunition available in order for your rifle to function to its maximum potential whether hunting or shooting.
This begins with the use of the highest-quality components available in the ammunition manufacturing process. These are the exact primers ( Remington Small Pistol Primers ) that Remington use in the manufacture of their own ammunition, and they perform to the highest of industry expectations. You must start with the best if you want the most performance out of your handgun, which is why reloaders pick Remington ( Remington Small Pistol Primers ) components for their loads.
Every Remington Small Pistol Primers is made up of a number of subcomponents that have been built to extremely tight tolerances. The dimensions of the primer cup are regulated to.0001″, and the priming mix has been precisely prepared to provide consistent ignition with a broad variety of powder kinds and compositions.
Primers ( Remington Small Pistol Primers ) are subjected to reliability testing at temperatures ranging from -20 degrees F to +150 degrees F. The unusual tripod anvil design produces a bigger strike area while maintaining optimum sensitivity, even when the firing pin impacts off center of the anvil.
Remington’s 1½ pistol primers are somewhat unique in the world of small pistol primers. Remington Small Pistol Primers are the only tiny pistol primer I’m aware of that comes with a warning about using them in specified handgun calibers, and they are also the most expensive. The majority of small pistol primers are available in two varieties: regular and magnum, and their use is usually dictated by the type of powder being used.
Similarly, most pistol powders are sufficiently lit by ordinary primers, however other pistol powders, such as ball powders such as Hodgdon H110 and Winchester 296 for example, benefit from the additional spark provided by magnum primers in order to burn more effectively. Standard primers for powders a, b, and c, and magnum primers ( Remington Small Pistol Primers ) for powders x, y, and z, may be used interchangeably and are simple to learn.
Remington Small Pistol Primers 112 and 512 small pistol primers, on the other hand, do not necessarily fit into the standard vs magnum category that differs between different types of gunpowder. In addition, there is an unique notice on the 112 primer box stating that they are not suited for use with certain high pressure cartridges.
“Do not use 112 tiny pistol primers in high-intensity pistol cartridges such as the.357 Magnum,.357 SIG, and the.40 S&W,” the caution states. It is possible that your firearm could be damaged, as well as that you will sustain physical injury.” “Call Remington Arms at 800-243-9700 for a free catalog, or visit our website at www.remington.com,” the warning states further. The catalog ballistics tables include a list of the primers that are recommended for each cartridge.”
Primer flow was experienced by all of the primer brands when the charge weight was at its peak. But only the Remington Small Pistol Primers 1½ primers had extreme flow resulting in the firing pin dent being completely flattened out, though some of the other primers were close to that. There were no primers that were punctured.
The Remington Small Pistol Primers 1½ primers are especially sensitive to pressure. They are more susceptible to primer flow than the other primers tested, and when pressure is increased, they cause more significant primer flow than the other primers tested. They did not, however, provide any indication of primer flow at the lowest charge weight, which corresponds to a modest pressure load.
As a result, they are not the greatest solution for high pressure loads due to the potential for priming flow issues. If you’re not sure, load them up and observe how they react to see how they perform.
I limit use of the Remington Small Pistol Primers 1½ primers in 9mm to low pressure loads, to reduce the chance of primer flow and primer material plugging the firing pin hole. I’ve also used Remington Small Pistol Primers 1½ primers with good results in small primer . 45 Automobile Cases The pressure limit for the.45 Auto is 21,000 psi, which clearly counts as low pressure in this case.
Keep Remington’s recommendation for Remington Small Pistol Primers 1½ primers in mind the next time you’re shopping for primers. The Remington Small Pistol Primers 1½ primers work great in low to moderate pressure pistol rounds, but if you are loading to high pressure, a different primer might be a better choice.
As a final note, Remington’s 6½ small rifle primers also come with a warning about their use in rifle cartridges. They say, “Do not use 6½ small rifle primers in high intensity rifle cartridges such as the .17 Rem., .222 Rem., and the .223 Rem.” Remington’s catalog shows the 6½ listed only in the .22 Hornet (49,000 psi) and .30 Carbine (40,000 psi) calibers. All other small rifle primer calibers use the Remington Small Pistol Primers 7½ primers.
Remington is a leader in the reloading and ammunition industries, and it has been for decades. Remington Primers ( for example, Remington Small Pistol Primers ) are manufactured to the highest standards of quality in order to give exceptional performance. You can be certain that these are the identical primers that are used at Remington’s ammunition manufacturing plant, ensuring that you receive the highest-quality components and that your rifle performs to its maximum potential.
Every centerfire primer is made up of a collection of subcomponents that have been meticulously built to extremely tight tolerances. The dimensions of the primer cup are regulated to four decimal places. When used with a broad variety of powder types, the priming mix is precisely prepared to ensure consistent ignition.
Remington Small Pistol Primers has also been tested for dependability throughout a temperature range of -20°F to +150°F. The weight of each primer pellet is precisely regulated to.01 grams. Because of the unusual tripod anvil design, there is a bigger “sweet spot” with maximum sensitivity – even with firing pin hits that are off-center. Lastly, each batch is submitted to a thorough visual inspection before being subjected to vital ballistic testing.
Note of caution:
- When loading high pressure loads like as 357 Mag, 357 Sig, or 40 S&W, these primers should NOT be used. For loading information, please refer to a reputable loading manual.
- Packed 100 per Box, 10 Boxes per 1000, 50 Boxes per Case, 5000 per Case
- Consistent ignition with a wide range of powder types
- Reliable ignition from -20 °F to +150 °F
- Unique tripod anvil creates a larger sweet spot with maximum sensitivity
- Pellet weight controlled to .01 grams and metallic dimensions controlled to .0005
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United States of America
Made In United States of America
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