PRODUCT OVERVIEW: CCI BR2 PRIMERS| CCI LARGE RIFLE BENCH REST PRIMERS
In Benchrest competition, there’s no such thing as a group that’s “too small.” Everything has to be tuned to the highest degree to produce match-winning results. That’s why you should use CCI Benchrest primers. Only the most experienced skilled personnel put the priming mix in the cups, so you get the same flame, shot after shot. They utilize modern non-corrosive and non-mercuric initiator mixes for the cleanest burn possible.
CCI BR2 Primers in stock now for sale also use specially selected cups and anvils for added consistency. An independent researcher identified the use of CCI Benchrest primers as one of two factors that were the most significant contributors to tiny groups. CCI Primers 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.
Lucas E. Collins –
Great, when you can find them!
Tony Y. Pendleton –
I’ve been actively involved in precision hand loading for nearly 40 years, and have loaded for many different chamberings, both handgun and bottle neck. When I started this hobby I was using another major brand of primers, but couldn’t seem to maintain consistent velocities, ES & SD just wouldn’t come together, so began to think the primer was the culprit. So I bought some CCI-200’s, 250’s and br2’s to see if any would reduce my SD & ES spreads. To my utter surprise the spreads were more than 50% closer with just the 200’s, and 250’s were equally improved also. But when I completed my development using the BR2’s I couldn’t hardly believe the results and continued my comparison testing only to find they were indeed the solution, positively so. To add, I noticed that others commented that they’ve experiencing problems with misfired. In all my years of hand loading and with multiple primer brands I have never experienced a single misfire, not one. I’m not just lucky, has nothing to do with luck. If someone is experiencing misfired it’s 99.9999% of the time because the primer isn’t being fully seated to the bottom of the pocket. The other .0001% of the ft is from careless handling, thus resulting in contaminates primers. BTW, it is really, really hard to kill a primer.