No offense, but I think the OP is fairly new and is asking a basic reloading question and not a bench rest/Olympic shooting question. If its the latter, please accept my apologies, read Wrangler's post, it is good advice.
If you mean for general loading, the performance of any of the major brand of primers works fine for shooting. There are some slight differences in that Federal primers tend to be on the slightly softer side which is good if you have an old gun with a weak firing pin, but not so good if you use a primer tube in your press because of the risk of a chain explosion. CCI is on the other side in that they are a little harder, Wolf even harder.
Unlike shotshell primers where loads are very dependent on brand of primers, general purpose rifle and pistol primers are not critical.