Remington Large Rifle Primers #9-1/2 Box of 1000 (10 Trays of 100)

(11 customer reviews)


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1000 Piece
Primer Size
Large Rifle
Country of Origin
United States of America

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1.090 Pounds
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  • Cannot ship via air
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Remington Large Rifle Primers #9-1/2 Box of 1000 (10 Trays of 100) Within every Remington primer is a group of subcomponents assembled to exceptionally tight tolerances. Primer cup dimensions are controlled to .0001″, and the priming mix is specially formulated for consistent ignition with a wide variety of powder types. Remington Large Rifle Primers #9-1/2 Box of 1000 (10 Trays of 100) Primers are tested for reliability from -20 degrees F to +150 degrees F. The unique tripod anvil design creates a larger strike area with maximum sensitivity, even with off center firing pin strikes.

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11 reviews for Remington Large Rifle Primers #9-1/2 Box of 1000 (10 Trays of 100)

  1. Judith Marshall

    I have used Remington, …
    I have used Remington, CCI, Winchester and Federal primers. I currently use Remington 9 1/2 primers for all my large rifle cartridges. I load them in 6mm Rem, 300 WM, 30-06, 25-06, 308 and 35 Whelen. They give very consistent accuracy and velocity. I have used around 5000 primers in the last 4 years. None have failed to function. They work well with IMR, Reloader and Hodgdon powders. Groups with IMR 4350 in most rifles go under 1″. The Whelen posts 3/4″ groups with Rem. primers and Brass and Reloader 15. Very good, consistent primers

  2. Kiesha Guy Dykes

    Rem. large rifle primers
    I’ve been reloading for about 5 years now. I use Remington primers almost exclusively for small / large pistol & small / large rifle reloads. When I can’t locate any Remington primers I will buy CCI’s just to get by. I have never experienced a single “FTF” because of a Remington primer. I shoot benchrest rifle at my range and target shoot pistols. Remington primers, in my opinion, seat the best and are the most consistent primers I have ever used.

  3. Sandra Augustin

    Rem primers
    Great primers. Haven’t had any failures to ignite.

  4. Jean Appolon

    Can’t wait to get more
    I have been waiting months to get these. I just happen to be on the Midway website when they came in. I would guess they didn’t last long. I ordered a box and waited for them to come. After some delays due to UPS issues they were delivered and left at the front door. Between the delivery and when someone got home to remove them from the porch we had a 20 minute downpour. The shipping box was soaked, but thanks to the way Midway goes overboard with packing, the box the primers and the primers themselves were bone dry. You never fail to knock my socks off with your service and how you put your customers first. As for the primers, I have used them for the last 20 years. No reason to change now.

  5. Eva Rosenberg

    I will buy these again and recommend to others.
    Used in all reloading both big game and var’m hunting. They always perform without failure. I never use any other primers…

  6. Donald M Osgood Sr

    My go to primer for accuracy
    I use these primers for tack driver loads for my GA precision Remington. 308. I use varget for 168gr sierra otm and RL15 for 175gr otm. I consistently shoot 1/2moa with these loads in this rifle. If I change primers,my groups open up to near 1″. My good friend has a like kind rifle and my loads are the ones that come out when the money is on the table.

    Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend to a friend

  7. Jennifer Manning

    Go’s Bang everytime the hammer falls
    I have used Remington primers for a lot of year shooting long range competition. Many thousand of loads carried the Remington 9 1/2, and not 1 miss-fire.

  8. Kelly Franco

    dependable consistent primer
    I have used Remington primers for over 30 years in over 20 standard, magnum, and wildcat applications. The only failures I have had was when I was teaching my boys about reloading. One at the range and one on a -15f elk hunt in Colorado. Fortunately the second round put the running bull down. I am convinced that the boys had not seated the primers properly ant they absorbed the firing pin strike. I’ve never had a failure of any that I loaded myself. They are dependable, consistent, and accurate.

  9. Tyrone Foster

    Using them for 43 years.
    I must say that I’ve never had any problems with the Remington 9 1/2 LR primers nor the 9 1/2 LR Magnum primers. As far as Temperature goes, I was taught that usually it is the powder that is sensitive and not the primer. I’ve used the LR primers in 6mm, 25/06, 7mm Mauser, 30/06, 8mm Mauser, and 35 whelen in the summer shooting varmints and in the winter shooting Deer. I’ve used the LR Magnum primers in my 30/06 and 264 Winchester Magnum. Never had a problem shooting varmints in the summer and Deer in the winter. They all did the job they were supposed to. Sighted in once during the summer months and hit the same place in the winter months. (Get a good scope). Once, when I was a kid just learning how to reload, I had a box of 30/06’s I loaded of which some of them would not ignite. I was using the Rem 9 1/2 LR primer, IMR 4350 and 150 gr. Hornady SP. I found out later, after my cousin and reloading mentor pulled the bullets and examined everything, that I had way too much sizing lubricant on my fingers when I was seating the primers. Lube will kill about any kind of primer if you get it on them. I was just a kid then! Never had any problems since.

  10. Alicia Siryon Wells

    Slower pressure buildup, higher velocities
    An article I read described Rem 9 1/2 primers as having a smaller flame and/or lower flame temp than most other large rifle primers. This is believable to me because pressures build more slowly with these primers versus CCI 200 std large rifle primers. In my experience I can always exceed peak velocities of CCI 200 loads by 30 to 40 fps with the 9 1/2 s. This has been true in 243, 22-250, 7mm-08, 260, and 30-30. The cost is a little wider standard deviation about the velocity means but my sd usually runs 10 – 20 with 4 to 5 shot averages. Even in applications where magnum primers are recommended–7mm Remington magnum with ball powder WW760, for instance–my standard deviations were 16- 22, with good accuracy. If you’re seeking maximum velocity with forgiving pressure buildup, try these.

  11. Jennifer Chaves

    I only use other primers when I can’t find Remingtons.
    I gave a review on Remington 9 1/2 primers several years ago when I lived in Junction City. I’m in Colorado now, and still using these primers along with the 2 1/2 Large Pistol primers. I have had no problems with the primers when they are seated properly. I get good to great accuracy and velocities from everything I reload and have had only one misfire with a primer in around 15,000 rounds. I use them in a 35 Whelen, three 30-06’s two 300 Winmags, a 25-06, a 6mm Remington, three .308 Winchesters and all my centerfire pistols and revolvers. I get accuracy that is match grade in most of the rifles, with consistent groups inside an inch with most of the loads used. Pistol and revolver loads are also very accurate, with higher that listed velocities from the reloading manuals. SD’s in my rifles tend to hover around 20 to 25 fps and velocities are generally higher for charge weight than the books list. I am very satisfied with this primer.

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