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Small Rifle Primers In Stock

Midsouth Shooters offers a great selection of small rifle primers in stock, like CCI small rifle primers, Winchester small rifle primers, Ginex small rifle primers, Fiocchi small rifle primers, Federal small rifle primers, and Remington small rifle primers, for your reloading supply needs! Check out our current selection below!

Small rifle primers, which are approximately .120 inches tall and .175 inches in diameter

Small Rifle Primers: Small rifle primers are used in small to medium-sized rifle cartridges like the 223 Remington.

Small Rifle Magnum Primers: Small rifle magnum primers are ideal for magnum rifle cartridges, offering consistent ignition.

Small Rifle Primers For Sale

Can I use small rifle magnum primers instead of small rifle primers?

There are two sizes available: 0.175" for small pistol and rifle primers and 0.210" for large rifle primers. The diameter of small rifle magnum primers will therefore be the same as that of regular small rifle primers. The purpose remains the same regardless of the kind of primer you use.

Does 223 use small rifle primers?

Small rifle primers for Remington 6 1/2 usually function best in bolt. 223 with a semi-auto. 223/ 5.56 firearms. All of the small standard primer types (pistol, pistol magnum, rifle, and rifle magnum) will fit in the CCI #41, which is a Mil Spec primer that is quite similar to their #400.

What's the difference between small rifle primers and small rifle magnum primers?

Although it's unlikely to have a significant impact, magnum primers burn a bit hotter and longer than slower powders, which is possibly why you are hearing differing suggestions. An additional crucial factor to be taken into account is the thickness of the cup and its resistance to increased case pressure.

Can you substitute small rifle primers?

Apart than that, it's rather simple to replace SP with SR. It may be a little difficult to get the SRP to fire in your pistol if the brand you are switching to has a harder cup (some rifle primers are harder). Reverse 10% of your load if you're worried about pressure, and keep an eye out for pressure indicators.