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Old 10-18-2016, 10:04 AM
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As the title says, this is at http://www.midwayusa.com/promo/no-ha...ign-_-20161118
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You should be banned for scamming us with that fake link.
Not a scam, he typed out 'midway.com' when it is 'midwayusa.com'

Looks like a typo.
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Cabelas offers 5 dollar shipping via coupon code, 20 dollar hazmat, and 6% back via Active Junky and another 3-4% via Cabelas Club Visa.

Might be a slightly better deal.
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The price of CCI primers at MidwayUSA are much higher than other vendors and you have to purchase a minimum $150 so it offset out the hazmat fees.
It's a gimmick deal.
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CCI primers suck, way too hard to ignite. I have about 8000 and nobody in USPSA I shoot with wants them.

Maybe they will do the same for Winchester primers, which are much better. Federal are the best but they are made out of uincorn horn dust.
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The price of CCI primers at MidwayUSA are much higher than other vendors and you have to purchase a minimum $150 so it offset out the hazmat fees.
It's a gimmick deal.
Well, powder valley does not have them (actually their website has not been accessible), Cabelas has them for $164.95 if you buy 5K vs $147.99 at Midway. I think most people ordering online would order more, I ordered 10K.

So, it is a good deal from where I sit.
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CCI primers suck, way too hard to ignite. I have about 8000 and nobody in USPSA I shoot with wants them.

Maybe they will do the same for Winchester primers, which are much better. Federal are the best but they are made out of uincorn horn dust.
Luckily CCI works without fail for my CZ Tactical Sport. I agree in regards to Federal, I have 5K of them reserved for Level II matches and above.
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Hey tanks, sorry I ragged on your post, forgot to take my Midol this morning. Please forgive me.
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How do u guys like the CCI primers?

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I thought primers for 1k are about $24 to $26

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I've shot CCI since 1973 they have never failed me. Problems occur with modified guns?
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I've never had a problem with CCI.
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I've have three fail to ignite out of ~2400. All small pistol.
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Ive had issues with fail to ignites with cci primers with multiple batch numbers is multiple firearms.
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When you guys say they fail to ignight, are you saying at all, or you have to hit them a few extra times?
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I don't recall any problems with CCI small or large rifle primers. I shoot them in AR's, a Tikka, Rem 700 and 783, old Mausers, a K31 and a M1A. I wouldn't expect a problem in the milsurps but all the sporters all work fine too.
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have shot 1000s of blazer ammo no issues. reloaded a few hundred with cci primers, no issues.

ive heard they are thicker and can have light primer strike issues. not personally this far. being that they are thicker, supposedly, they do well with high pressure loads. ymmv
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Truthfully there is nothing wrong with CCI primers. It pistols they are best in stock guns or single action hammer fired guns.

LPP work fine in my 1911s they are not quite as hot as Winchester but they go boom.

For AR's the SRP work just fine my standard load is 25gr H335 under a 55gr bullet sent down the barrel with a CCI SRP.

For my hunting rifles I like the CCI LRP, even though it is not a "match" primer I get SD's in the high single digits or low double digits. Good enough for hunting.

I've never had a CCI primer not go boom it a stock non-hot rodded gun.
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I had problems with them in a chiappa rhino, Sig p6, Sig 1911, and a walther p99. All stock springs except the p99. Some would fire on the 2nd strike. Some wouldn't fire even after multiple strikes.
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I had problems with them in a chiappa rhino, Sig p6, Sig 1911, and a walther p99. All stock springs except the p99. Some would fire on the 2nd strike. Some wouldn't fire even after multiple strikes.
Interesting if you have had that many problems with CCI primers I would look at your reloading. Are you seating the fully/deep enough? Having both a Sig 1911 and a P6 I've never has an issue. The 1911 has a 17lbs hammer spring and it's been 100% with both SPP and LPP. The P6 being an old gun when I got it had a few issues. I cleared them up with new springs all around. Went with stock spring weights, IIRC that is 21lbs for the hammer.
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I've since been using seller and bellot primers and have never had a single one not fire the first time.
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I very well may have had a bad batch of primers. Although I had the issue with two different batch numbers.
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Not bad primers, you're not seating them deep enough. Esp if you're using mixed brass. I aim for 8 to 10 thousandths below flush.
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As the title says, this is at http://www.midwayusa.com/Promo/no-hazmat-cci-1016.

Limited to 10K primers per order.
LoL. That is like Natchez telling folks they have primers on sale for $16.99 per 1k, then you can only buy 2 of one and 3 of the other and you have hazmat and shipping that is about $45 added onto that...

Thanks for posting OP, but I do not think I will ever buy primers or powder from Midway again unless it is VERY dirt LOW stealing cheap...

Because you watch, then you get hit with TWO hazmat fees since the primers came from TWO different locations...
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Thanks for posting OP, but I do not think I will ever buy primers or powder from Midway again unless it is VERY dirt LOW stealing cheap...

Because you watch, then you get hit with TWO hazmat fees since the primers came from TWO different locations...
They have already shipped it. No hazmat fee as advertised and I have not seen it cheaper in the quantity I have ordered anywhere else.

Even Powder Valley which does NOT have them in stock would be slightly more due to the hazmat fee adding $2.85 per thousand to the cost.
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How do u guys like the CCI primers?
The Large Pistol are a PITA to seat with my Lee Classic Turret. They are hard.

SPP are no sweat. I had no problems with them but switched to the softer Winchester.

A friend who loads a lot of 5.56 & 7.62 for semiautos swears by the .mil CCI primers.
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That's exactly it. Lighted springs for lighter trigger pulls (especially on DA/SA guns like CZ-75 SP-01) = lighter hammer/striker strikes.

On the plus side, the "harder" (actually less sensitive) primers would explode in your 1050 press.
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Thanks to Tanks.
I've been looking for a while and this is the best deal that I have found on CCI SPP that were actually in stock. Got my 10,000 in already with no hazmat fees.
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They have already shipped it. No hazmat fee as advertised and I have not seen it cheaper in the quantity I have ordered anywhere else.

Even Powder Valley which does NOT have them in stock would be slightly more due to the hazmat fee adding $2.85 per thousand to the cost.
If you found a way to make it work for you, then great. But that is what Midway likes to do, they like to ship products from different warehouses (like powder + primers = double hazmat fee) so it would not phase me to see them break up an order due to "running out" of product at a location...

Me, I make it work by NOT buying CCI. I am about to go for another 40k primer order soon, and I got about 19 lbs of powder for an order I got to make as well...
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That's exactly it. Lighted springs for lighter trigger pulls (especially on DA/SA guns like CZ-75 SP-01) = lighter hammer/striker strikes.

On the plus side, the "harder" (actually less sensitive) primers would explode in your 1050 press.
Again, 98% of people running a platform such as the one you mentioned, do not seating primers deep enough.

I have a stock 2 with a 3.75 DA and 15 oz. SA and light off wins all day. 100%.
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Again, Midway has this going until the 24th (or while stocks last). Guess, they ordered a lot in anticipation of a Hillary win.

Just ordered another 20K.

http://www.midwayusa.com/promo/no-ha...ign-_-20161118
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I've have three fail to ignite out of ~2400. All small pistol.
I've shot 10's of thousands without fail, then had 3 failures to ignite out of the same box. None since.
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I ordered 10,000 last week so I missed out on this as they were delivered yesterday. Oh well At least it was free shipping last week and I ordered in some .22 at the same time so probably a wash.
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If you found a way to make it work for you, then great. But that is what Midway likes to do, they like to ship products from different warehouses (like powder + primers = double hazmat fee) so it would not phase me to see them break up an order due to "running out" of product at a location...

Me, I make it work by NOT buying CCI. I am about to go for another 40k primer order soon, and I got about 19 lbs of powder for an order I got to make as well...
I have no idea what that guy did???
I have tried all sorts of combinations and the best I got was that they took HZMT fees off of one of the items. HZMT fees still on others.
When buying 10K primers, they still need another item to get the deal.
If you get that other item, only one of the items waves fees. You are still paying for HZMT.
Maybe the guy ordered 20K from the same stinkin' warehouse.
I've just about had it with Midways expensive pricing, expensive and SLOW processing & shipping.
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I ordered 10K last night - and didn't enter the code - and they waived the fee anyway - nice since I hadn't seen this announced yet.
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Thanks for bumping this. Just bought another 10k

Here's the code for anyone else that needs it:

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Got 10k ordered and on the way. Not the best deal but better than most. With the lean our CA legislators are taking I guarantee even components will be soon controlled limiting access and jacking up prices to CA reloaders. Pessimistic yes, I hope I'm proven wrong.
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There goes $300 bucks I didn't need to spend.

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