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Old 04-26-2008, 07:44 PM
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Remington 1 1/2 or 5 1/2 primers


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What is the difference? Neither box indicates a difference, and Remingtons website doesn't say there is any difference.
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Remington 5 1/2 primers are magnum small pistol primers.
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Old 04-26-2008, 08:21 PM
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Thats what I figured, but I can't find anything published that actually says that...
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Reference section in Sierra Reloading Manual, page 36 Hornady 7th Edition Reloading Manual, page 35 Nosler 5th Edition and others. Haven't noticed these references in recent Speer Reloading Manuals.
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Thanks, thats good enough reference for my research paper.
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This is from my records if you can follow it.

Primers Small= .175" Large= .210"
Size CCI Fed. Win. Rem. RWS
Small pistol 500 100 WSP 1 1/2 4031
Small pistol Mag 550 200 WSPM 5 1/2 4074
Large pistol 300 150 WLP 2 1/2 5337
Large pistolMag 350 155
Small Rifle 400 205 WSR 6 1/2 4033
Small Rifle Mag 450 250 M WSRM 7 1/2
Large Rifle 200 210 WLR 9 1/2 5341
Large Rifle Mag 250 215 WLRM 9 1/2M 5333
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