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Powder and Primers for sale

Discussion in 'Reloading Classifieds' started by GFO270, Dec 15, 2013.

  1. GFO270

    GFO270 Newberg Active Member

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    I have the following for sale. These are all unopened. There is nothing wrong with them. I am wanting to buy other components.


    2lb IMR 4320= $25 each

    4K Remington 6 1/2 Small Rifle Primers= $30 per 1K

    1K Sellier and Bellot Large Rifle Primers (can be used for large rifle or large pistol)=$30

    I'll give you the whole lot for $185
     
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  2. GFO270

    GFO270 Newberg Active Member

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    Priced dropped
     
  3. GFO270

    GFO270 Newberg Active Member

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    BUMP
     
  4. Bealzybub

    Bealzybub Portland Bronze Supporter Bronze Supporter

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    Howbout 1 fitty
     
  5. GFO270

    GFO270 Newberg Active Member

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    I'd be willing to down to $175 for the whole lot.
     
  6. GFO270

    GFO270 Newberg Active Member

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    BUMP
     
  7. MarkAd

    MarkAd Port Orchard Well-Known Member

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    1K Sellier and Bellot Large Rifle Primers (can be used for large rifle or large pistol)
    This is a incorrect statement. The depth is different between the two.
     
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  8. ma96782

    ma96782 Vancouver, WA Well-Known Member

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    Offer sent

    Aloha, Mark
     
  9. misplacedtexan

    misplacedtexan Beaverton, OR Active Member

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    Dibs on 1k Small rifle primers
     
  10. GFO270

    GFO270 Newberg Active Member

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    I apologize for getting on here late. I have been having problems getting onto the forum. Theses items are all sold.

    MarkAd, the S&B primers said on the box that they were for rifle, pistol, or revolver.
     
  11. MarkAd

    MarkAd Port Orchard Well-Known Member

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    interesting now i am going to have to check on that. I just had the depth discussion a few days ago.
     
  12. ma96782

    ma96782 Vancouver, WA Well-Known Member

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    I purchased the entire lot of primers and powder from GFO270.
    That lot included the 1000 ct. S&B Lg Rifle primers in question.

    I think that to a degree you are BOTH correct.

    YES, with this particular box does say (upper right corner):

    SampBLgRiflePrimers001.jpg


    YES, Large Rifle and Large Pistol Primers are USUALLY NOT interchangeable due to height.

    BTW, new unfired height measurements:

    S&B Primers in question, height = 0.1235"
    CCI Large Rifle Primers #200 height = 0.1255"
    CCI Large Pistol Primers #300 height = 0.1220"

    _________________________________________________________________________________

    LAWYER TIME..........

    Always use the CORRECT PRIMER for your particular application.
    _________________________________________________________________________________


    That being said............

    1) I have used/experimented with using small rifle primers in sm pistol applications.

    2) I do not use sm pistol primers as a replacement for sm rifle applications.

    3) And, I do not use large rifle for large pistol or vis versa applications.

    4) Always rememeber, that when you're reloading, you should start low and work your way up. Check for signs of overpressure and other various types of signs of failure(s) and/or pending failure(s). YOU have the ultimate responsibility. Be safe.

    Aloha, Mark

    PS..............

    From the Speer manual..........



    You can check............by running your finger along the bottoms of your cases. You'll learn the "feel of the primers" as they should be seated below flush.

    But, I admit that it isn't always true with my reloaded pistol cartridges.
     
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  13. lcb97269

    lcb97269 Milwaukie, OR Life Member Lifetime Supporter

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