hmmmm well it would be nice to still get wolf primers an other imported primers.
the problem with primers is there is never a big surpluss of them dealers keep a few boxes an then there out .
it would seem that there would be a market for a primers an it would seem that a company could make them competitively .
I hear all the bench reast shooter feeling help less to the lack of quality products an being at the mercy of what ever the bnig names decide to make an sell.
it seems that for the last 4 years there has been room for a few more manufatures to make primers. you would think there would at least be a high end primer maker who spoecalized in more precision primers. of all the componets you buy for reloading primers are the most in the dark item . there is no real testing ,or explintaion of what the differences in all of them are there is very little hard data from the makers. some are harder than others some are listed as magnum but are realy the same just harder cups, some are a highr charge, some small rifle primers are poor for high intensity rounds ??????? my dealer has a sigh warning that Remington small rifle are not for high intensity rounds .???? wtf does that mean is a 223 a high intensity round or not what rounds aore not in small rifle?????
any way just wish there was more competition . its pretty bad when many many bench rest shooters are using cheap Russian primers an saying there the best WTF???