Each Remington primer is produced with a set of sub-components that adhere to very stringent tolerance standards. The initial dimensions are measured to an accuracy of > 0001″, and the priming mix is purposefully formulated with a diverse assortment of powder types in order to ensure consistent ignition. We tested the printers’ dependability in temperatures ranging from -20 degrees Fahrenheit to +150 degrees Fahrenheit. Even when the pin is blown off center, the unique tripod anvil design generates a larger striking zone with the best possible sensitivity. This is the case regardless of the location of the blow.
Each and every Remington primer has subcomponents that are constructed to exceedingly fine tolerances. The dimensions of the cup are controlled to.0001 inches, and Remington 9 1/2 Primers that are now in stock and available for purchase have been meticulously prepared to ensure consistent ignition with a broad variety of powders. For the purpose of determining the dependability of primers, temperatures ranging from -20 to +150 degrees Fahrenheit are used. Although it is possible for the firing pin to hit off-center, the unique tripod anvil design offers a larger striking area while maintaining the same level of sensitivity.