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CCI Primers in stock.

Discussion in 'Reloading' started by GRF, Apr 29, 2010.

  1. GRF

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    CCI small pistol and large pistol primers in stock at Cabela's.
     
  2. fredj338

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    Yeah, but a bit pricey.:dunno:
     


  3. proraptor

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    What isnt pricey these days in the world of reloading?
     
  4. ron59

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    Primers from Powder Valley. Not in stock this second, but order 10,000 and wait a bit. I've yet to have to wait more than two months.

    When ordering 10,000 even with hazmat and shipping it comes out to $27.xx per 1000. I don't consider that pricey at all when I'm seeing $40 and up at other online stores.

    Once you get that first order in from PV, don't wait until you're bone dry before placing your next order. I haven't been out of primers since last July, and I've shot *almost* 17,000 since then.
     
  5. MarcusT

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    Midway has federal SPP in stock for $140 for 5000 but there is a limit of one 5000 pack.
     
  6. fredj338

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    IT's why we order large amounts form reasonabley priced sources like Graf's or PV & yes, you have to wait, but advanced planning means the wait doesn't really matter. My last order in June09, $25/1K delivered (10K). Graf's still has CCI for that price, but you'll have to wait.
     
  7. proraptor

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    Wish I had the money to order that many primers....Im kind of limited to order 1000 at a time so I just buy local. Kind of broke these days with the new house and all
     
  8. njl

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    Any idea how long (for Grafs)? I'm down to around 4k SP and trying to decide how many cases and how soon to order more.
     
  9. Colorado4Wheel

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    Any place that limits you to 5K is not getting my business. Simple as that.
     
  10. jstang

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    If only cabelas would ship to Jersey
     
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  11. fredj338

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    I'm betting 4m-6m, leaning to 6m. It's whay I went ahead & ordered. I don;t need them now but might by the end of the year.
     
  12. oldsoldier

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    I usually order in bulk from Powder Valley but since my local dealer has been selling CCI SP, LP, SR, and LR for $25.50 per 1K I haven't bothered.
     
  13. srd

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    I bought 1500 SP Fiocchi locally for 43.00. So far 500 have gone boom. The SR for 39.00 for 1500. Might give them a try also until my PV order shows up. Yes i waited to long to reorder.
     
  14. jing1117

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    I get mine from Grafs, Federal SP seems to come buy a lot faster. It only take 1 to 2 months and then my order is here - my CCI SP which I ordered last May 09 has not showed up yet. I order in large quantities to offset the Hazmat fee, it comes out to $28 / 1000. Locally I found a shop that sells them for $32 out the door - he gets my business. The other ones sell them for $40 - $45.
     
  15. njl

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    I've heard Federals are much softer / easier to set off by accident. I load on an RL550B. Is there any downside to putting in an order for any of CCI/Federal/Winchester (SP and LP) and taking whatever comes in? So far, all I've used is CCI.
     
  16. fredj338

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    Nope, they'll get in what they get in, then call you. I use Fed primers in my 550B, no issues yet, maybe another 20K will show something, but I doubt it. I mostly use CCI now, because it's what is available, but I have used every primer made to date but the Magtec or PMC. All will run in the 550B, some a bit better than others. The more square the primer cup, the more likely you will have a primer feeding issue IME. The "softenss" of the cup is not a problem as long as you aren't slamming the primer into the pocket. Even then, it would detonate in the case, which is now out of the primer tube.:dunno:
     
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  17. jing1117

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    Yes, the Federals appear to be softer but have I have not encountered a problem with it so far - just don't slam it too fast when you are loading. I have also put in orders for various brands, whenever Grafs has them they call me up and ask me if I still want them.


    Hello Fred, I read that you have not tried that Magtech primers yet. Just to give you my experience - out of the 10k that I loaded more than a hundred primers did not go off (pissed me off since it filled up my bad cartridge bin and I had to pull them, more than a hundred is too much for me)- all primers were from the same production lot. It appears that some of them are soft and some of them are really hard - some are just plain dud. I tried shooting them from different guns thinking that it was just light primer strikes but experienced the same thing. Right now all I use are Federal (the only one's I can get).