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The identical primers that are used in Federal’s high-quality ammunition. Exacting requirements are followed to ensure trustworthy ignition.
100 Count Federal Champion #210 Large Rifle Primers Federal Champion primers are ideal for reloading rifles and pistols since they are both inexpensive and reliable. They’re ideal for high-volume shooters as well as those starting to reload because of their unique priming mix and reliable ignition.
- For constant ignition, a special Federal priming mix is used.
- At a reasonable price
- There are sizes to suit almost every reloading need.
Deliver exceedingly consistent ignition used to win shooting competitions Manufactured to exacting tolerances used with same data as standard primers. furthermore, If you’re a reloader, you want components that will do the trick every time. Federal® offers a full line of primers and wads to meet your needs. High-volume shooters can look to Champion® primers for an affordable option to keep those shell boxes full.
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A FED 210, a FED 210M, and a FED GM210M are all the same primer – exact same mixture, same components, same raw material. The difference is the 210M (old designation) & GM210M (current designation) are made by the most experienced operators that Federal has on their staff.
Federal 215s and 215Ms are the magnum primers and 210s and 210Ms are standard primers. You can drop the load down 8-10% and go from there, working up. Speer likes to use magnum primers when using ball powders, in all of their rifle load data, FWIW.