Remington Small Rifle Bench Rest Primers #7-1/2 Box of 1000 (10 Trays of 100) Description
As a global leader in both the guns and ammunition industries, Remington understands how critical it is to have the best quality ammunition available in order for your rifle to function to its maximum potential whether hunting or shooting.
This begins with the use of the highest-quality components ( Remington Small Rifle Bench Rest Primers ) available in the ammunition manufacturing process. These are the exact primers that Remington use in the manufacture of their own ammunition, and they perform to the highest of industry expectations. You must start with the best ( Remington Small Rifle Bench Rest Primers ) if you want the most performance out of your handgun, which is why reloaders pick Remington components for their loads.
Every Remington primer is made up of a number of subcomponents that have been built to extremely tight tolerances. The dimensions of the primer cup are regulated to.0001″, and the priming mix has been precisely prepared to provide consistent ignition with a broad variety of powder kinds and compositions such as the Remington Small Rifle Bench Rest Primers.
Primers are subjected to reliability testing at temperatures ranging from -20 degrees F to +150 degrees F. The unusual tripod anvil design produces a bigger strike area while maintaining optimum sensitivity, even when the firing pin impacts off center of the anvil.
In addition to a premium tripod-designed flash cup with a larger-than-standard striking area, the Remington 7 1/2 Bench Rest Small Rifle Primer ( Remington Small Rifle Bench Rest Primers ) offers a large-than-standard striking area that insures positive, quick ignition of most powder.
Ballistic performance and quality of these Remington Small Rifle Bench Rest Primers are evaluated in controlled scientific situations to ensure that they meet the highest standards. The 7 1/2 Bench Rest Small Rifle Primer ( Remington Small Rifle Bench Rest Primer ) will function well in temperatures ranging from around -28°C to +75°C.
Packs of 100 and cartons of 1000 Remington Small Rifle Bench Rest Primers are available. You should always utilize Remington reloading components when you’re at your bench, whether you’re working on shells or cartridges. We provide industry-leading products that have completely transformed the way sportsmen think about reloading rifles and shotguns. Our Kleanbore® centerfire primers are recognized for their consistency and dependability in centerfire applications. This is not a round of live ammo.
We offer the Remington 7 1/2 Bench Rest Small Rifle Primer (1000 Count). The Remington 7 1/2 Bench Rest Small Rifle Primers are made with a very closely controlled, specifically formulated chemical mixture to ensure that no matter the powder, ignition is always fast and consistent. The primers are made with a three legged design that gives the largest area for the flash and a bigger striking area for the firing pin. The 7 1/2 primers are designed and tested to function in extreme temperature ranges from -20°F to +170°F. Each 7 1/2 Bench Rest Small Rifle Primer is produced to exacting tolerances with a deviation no larger than .0003 ounces. All 7 1/2 Bench Rest Small Rifle Primers are visually inspected and undergo critical ballistic tests.
The Remington 7 1/2 Bench Rest Small Rifle Primer is a premier tripod designed flash cup with a larger than standard striking area that ensures positive fast ignition of most all available powders with a weight consistency of .0003 ounces. All 7 1/2 Bench Rest Small Rifle Primers are tested in controlled scientific environments for ballistics performance and quality. The 7 1/2 Bench Rest Small Rifle Primer will perform from -20°F to +170°F to ensure no matter where you use them, they will perform at the top level.
Specifications and Features:
- Designed To Perform From -20°F To +170°F
- Weight Checked To .0003 Oz
- 100% Visually Inspected
- Tripod Anvil Design Gives Large Flash And Larger Striking Area
|Country of Origin
United States of America
Made In United States of America