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    Murom primers small pistol KVB-9E

    Hey team Iím after the Russian made small pistol primers

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    Have you tried russianz?

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    Why?
    Serious question.
    Please excuse spelling, as finger speed is sometimes behind brain spped........ Or maybe the other wayy.....

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    Because they go bang every time apparantly. And theyre fuckin cheap. Some guys i rub shoulders with bought the retailer out of them about 7? months ago when we were last in wanganui shooting, about 60k primers i think.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Towely View Post
    Because they go bang every time apparantly. And theyre fuckin cheap. Some guys i rub shoulders with bought the retailer out of them about 7? months ago when we were last in wanganui shooting, about 60k primers i think.
    I have 5k.... A bit less now of them B.

    They haven't all gone bang. Had quite a few not go but have been well struck.

    However it might have been just a bad packet as I have changed nothing and haven't had a dud for a while.
    I have a lightened hammer spring in my 586 that wouldn't work with cci so changed to Federal.
    The murom go well in it.

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    Still looking

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    Anyone have a ph num for Jim at Russianz? Trying to order Murom SRP. Can't get a reply via email. Back on deck this week I believe.

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    Pm sent mate. I have some.

    Edit: Fark. This thread is ancient. Disregard.

    But I still have 2k of these left that I wont use if anyone wants them

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    Ha, yeah I would definitely take them but long way to come to collect :-) thks anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beaker View Post
    Why?
    Serious question.
    Ancient thread, but hey. In historical order of appearance.

    1. Early 1800s. Mercury fulminate - original primers for percussion locks, ok for barrel, terrible for brass when cartridges came about (made brass brittle, so reloading unfeasible), a toxic heavy metal.

    2. Later, but ?when. Potassium chlorate - stable, non toxic, ok for brass, corrosive for barrels if you don't irrigate them after shooting. This is the "corrosive" stuff in "corrosive ammo". No problem if you shoot black powder as you have to irrigate barrels after shooting anyway.

    3. Post WW2, maybe a bit earlier. Lead Styphnate - stable, ok for brass, ok for barrels, but toxic heavy metal. That's why .22 indoor ranges need extractor fans as you'll otherwise inhale a fair bit of lead as only a small part of it is from bullets, just consider the amount of primer compound present in a .22RF relative to its size. You also handle a lot of dirty powdered lead when depriming and cleaning brass. The more lead you accidentally inhale or ingest the more careless you may become.

    4. More recent years - "green", non-toxic AND non-corrosive primers, ok for both lungs, brass and barrels. Apart from advantages for indoor ranges and for reloading safety, another application for non-toxic primers is if you wish to practice safely indoors shooting wax bullets powered solely by the primer it's safer to breathe in. Still, disconnect the smoke detector until you've aired.
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    Interesting. I bought some last year to try. Halfway thru them in 357 Mag, 222 and 22-250 and no issues to date. At $46/k I'm happy
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    I have burnt through 10k of the small rifle version with no issues over the last year.
    Used in 9mm, 38 super and 223.
    Need to get some more...
    I donít bother with the small pistol version, just use small rifle which are the same size.


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