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CCI Large Rifle 7.62mm NATO-Spec Military Primers #34 Box of 1000 (10 Trays of 100)

(9 customer reviews)

$79.99

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Quantity
1000 Piece
Primer Size
Large Rifle

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1.120 Pounds
DOT-Regulated
Yes
Carrier Restrictions
  • Cannot ship via air
  • Cannot ship via USPS
  • Cannot ship to PO Box
  • Must ship to Contiguous US
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CCI Large Rifle 7.62mm NATO-Spec Military Primers #34 Box of 1000 (10 Trays of 100)¬†CCI 7.62mm NATO-Spec Military Primers are a military large rifle primer containing magnum priming mix. The CCI #34 primers are a great choice for reloaders that use military cartridges. These primers are specially made to be harder to ignite which prevents slam fires in military type rifles with a floating firing pin. All 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. They utilize modern non-corrosive and non-mercuric initiator mixes for the cleanest burn possible.

WARNING: This product can expose you to Lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to – www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.

9 reviews for CCI Large Rifle 7.62mm NATO-Spec Military Primers #34 Box of 1000 (10 Trays of 100)

  1. Terry

    I used it to load up 8×50 lebel using 44 grains of imr3031 and hornady 195gr soft point. Was pleased by how it was still soft enough for the old berthier to set them off. Got me a 2in group with it so it’s my go to for hunting with the old girl.

  2. Petey

    I use these in all my bolt guns with no problems. In comparing these with CCI 250’s the base of the primer cup to top of the anvil measures .125, the same as the 34’s. The cup thickness of the CCI 250 is .014 and the cup thickness of the 34 is .017. All measurement might be off by .001 but the relative distances apply. Can’t speak about hardness as reactions to firing pin strikes & pressure reaction appear to be the same. I keep in mind the label on the box – No. 34 PRIMERS For 7.62mm Ammunition, AKA .308 Win but for use in semi auto floating firing pin weapons. The 7.62/.308 is no magnum and some 7.62 ammo is loaded with extruded powders that don’t require magnum primers. I use in confidence and get good accuracy & no problems.

  3. Gootman

    I bought these to load in my 30-30 Winchester lever action…I like to load 300 Blackout bullets in my 30-30 and some are pointy…also loaded other .308 bullets and most won’t feed from magazine because of OAL and these I chamber for first shot but some do and I want to prevent mag fires…Same with my .35 Remington pump…

  4. Alan

    Use it on 44 mag,243,308, 300 win mag , So hot! ūüėā

  5. Alan

    Load it on 3006 minimum load, So hot!ūüĎć love it! During primer shortage still can get some primer from midfirearms ,thank you!

  6. Angel

    I’ve started using these primers because , the Romanian PSL like the Garand , M14 and others have a free floating firing pin. I certainly don’t want to risk a slam fire. I’m using these primers on the 7.62X54R. That said , I’m still currently working on my loads. I’m very pleased with the results so far.

  7. Ken

    I have been using the #34 primer in my M14 for several years now. I spend a lot of time on the case preparation part of handloading, especially for the 7.62×51 and .30 Carbine. As long as a guy will uniform his primer pockets and seat his primers properly, he won’t have to worry about slamfires. I use the tail of my calipers when I seat primers to check for proper seating depth for ammo intended for my gas guns. It may take a little more time, but it is worth it in the long run. I have never had any kind of problems with my M14 using ammo loaded with the CCI #34 primer and either Lake City or IMI brass.

  8. wing2003

    Use these for my military rifles…Garand and such…no problems.

  9. topclass

    Why risk using softer primers for semi-auto military rifles with floating firing pins? I single load both my M1 and M1A during matches with total confidence that I will not have a slam fire or any other primer related issues. I also use these primers in my bolt rifles (Remington 40x and 700) in various center fire calibers. I know I don’t have to, but started doing so because they were what I had on hand, and I’ve worked up loads using them. I have not had any issues with FTF.

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