PRODUCT OVERVIEW: REMINGTON 5 1/2 PRIMERS| REMINGTON 5 1 2 PRIMERS| REMINGTON SMALL PISTOL PRIMERS
Because Remington is a leader in both the firearms and ammunition industries, the company understands how critical it is to have the highest-quality ammunition available in order for your rifle to function to its best potential on the range. This begins with the use of the highest-quality components possible in the creation of ammunition. Interestingly, these are the exact primers that Remington utilizes in the manufacture of their own ammunition, and they perform to the highest of industry standards. You must start with the best if you want the most performance out of your rifle, which is why reloaders use Remington components in their loads.
A primer is a set of subcomponents that are constructed to extremely tight tolerances in every Remington rifle and shotgun. The dimensions of the primer cup are controlled to.0001″, and the priming mix has been precisely prepared to provide consistent ignition with a wide variety of powder kinds and compositions. Remington 5 1/2 Primers in stock now for sale are subjected to reliability testing at temperatures ranging from -20 degrees F to +150 degrees F. Due to the Remington 5 1 2 Primers unusual tripod anvil design, a bigger strike area is created while maintaining optimal sensitivity, even when the firing pin impacts off-center.
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Jonathan M. Holliday –
Hi, the only difference between the two is the cup thickness. These are not a magnum primer. The 5 1/2 is used mainly in rounds that have a high case pressure (example a .40) but work excellent in 9mms I use them in all my Glock’s, Hk’s, and Beretta’s.
Ramiro K. Talarico –
I have successfully used the Remington #5 Small Pistol Primers in 380 ACP, 9MM, 38 SPL, and 40 S&W. Just use a trustworthy load data source and utilize sound load development practices.