Remington Small Pistol Primers
Remington, as a global leader in both the gun and ammunition industries, knows the importance of having the highest quality ammunition available in order for your rifle to perform at its best, whether you’re hunting or shooting.
The use of the highest-quality components available in the ammunition manufacturing process is the first step. These are the same primers (Remington Small Pistol Primers) that Remington uses in the production of their own ammunition, and they meet or exceed industry standards. If you want the most performance out of your pistol, start with the best, which is why reloaders choose Remington (Remington Small Pistol Primers) components for their loads.
Each Remington Small Pistol Primers is made up of several subcomponents that have been manufactured to exceptionally precise tolerances. The priming mix has been precisely prepared to provide consistent ignition with a wide variety of powder types and compositions. The dimensions of the primer cup are regulated to.0001′′, and the priming mix has been precisely prepared to provide consistent ignition with a wide variety of powder types and compositions.
Primers (Remington Small Pistol Primers) are put through their paces at temperatures ranging from -20 to +150 degrees Fahrenheit. Even when the firing pin strikes off center of the anvil, the distinctive tripod anvil design produces a larger strike area while preserving optimum sensitivity.
In the field of small pistol primers, Remington’s 112 pistol primers are fairly distinctive. The only tiny pistol primer I’m aware of that comes with a warning regarding using it in specific handgun calibers is Remington Small Pistol Primers, and they’re also the most expensive. The majority of small pistol primers come in two types: standard and magnum, and their employment is usually determined by the type of powder employed.
Similarly, most pistol powders are adequately lighted by regular primers, but some pistol powders, such as ball powders like Hodgdon H110 and Winchester 296 for example, benefit from the extra spark produced by magnum primers to burn more effectively. Standard primers (Remington Small Pistol Primers) for powders a, b, and c, and magnum primers (Remington Small Pistol Primers) for powders x, y, and z, can be used interchangeably and are easy to master.
Primers for Remington Small Pistols The 112 and 512 small pistol primers, on the other hand, do not always fall into the standard vs magnum classification that distinguishes different types of gunpowder. In addition, the 112 primer package has a note advising that it is not suitable for use with certain high-pressure cartridges.
The warning adds, “Do not use 112 small pistol primers in high-intensity pistol cartridges as the.357 Magnum,.357 SIG, and.40 S&W.” It’s possible that your firearm will be ruined, and that you will be physically injured.” “For a free catalog, call Remington Arms at 800-243-9700, or visit our website at www.remington.com,” the warning continues. The primers that are suggested for each cartridge are listed in the catalog ballistics tables.”
To be sure, Remington’s ballistic tables list the proper primers for each caliber they load, including pistol and rifle calibers. The 25 Auto,.32 S&W,.32 S&W Long (longer),.32 Auto,.380 Auto (auto),.38 S&W (short colt),.38 Special, and.38 S&W are among the 112 primers mentioned (short colt). None of these cartridges exceed the 25,000 psi maximum chamber pressure limit.
The 112 primer (Remington Small Pistol Primers) is specified for the 9mm Luger, 9mm +P, and.38 Super cartridges, which is a surprise turn of events. The pressure rating of these calibers is not low. The pressure limit for the 9mm Luger is 35,000 pounds per square inch, whereas the limit for the +P version is 38,500 pounds per square inch, according to the SAAMI (Sporting Arms and Ammunition Manufacturers’ Institute).
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
|Country of Origin||
United States of America
Made In United States of America
Produced from the highest quality 100% American-made materials.
|Condition||New in Box|
|Manufacturer Part Number||22600|