Reloading Primers for Sale

At Midsouth Shooters, you can find the perfect primers for your application. We maintain an extensive selection and stock level of reloading primers manufactured by all the major brands, including Winchester, CCI, Federal, and Remington.

All of our Primers in Stock are available from Midsouth in 500-count and 1000-count cartons, as well as 1000-count APS strips. When the most dependable primers are required, Midsouth Shooters should be your primer headquarters.

  • Small Pistol Primers: Primers designed specifically for tiny to medium-sized pistol ammunition are optimal. The 9mm Luger is a common cartridge that employs tiny pistol primers.380 ACP.
  • Small Pistol Magnum Primers: In small to medium pistol cartridges, high-pressure charges are applied using small pistol magnum primers. Such rounds as the 357 Magnum utilize primers designed for compact pistol magnums.
  • Large Pistol Primers: Large pistol primers reliably ignite ammunition for larger cartridges like the 10mm Auto and .45 ACP.
  • Large Pistol Magnum Primers: Primers designed for high-performance hand ammunition, such as the 475 Linebaugh, are large pistol magnum primers.
  • Small Rifle Primers: Small rifle primers are used in small to medium-sized rifle cartridges like the 223 Remington.
  • Small Rifle Magnum Primers: Small rifle magnum primers are ideal for magnum rifle cartridges, offering consistent ignition.
  • Large Rifle Primers: Large rifle primers offer reliable ignition in larger rifle cartridges and are suitable for rounds like .308 Winchester and .30-06 Springfield.
  • Large Rifle Magnum Primers: Specifically intended for ignition in powerful magnum loads such as the.338 Lapua and.300 Weatherby Magnum, are large rifle magnum loads.

Primers In Stock

CCI 50 BMG Primers #35


Primers In Stock

CCI Percussion Caps #10


Primers In Stock

CCI Percussion Caps #11


Frequently Asked Questions

What are reloading primers, and why are they important for ammunition reloading?

Primers for reloading are compact, self-contained instruments that initiate the process of powder ignition in ammunition. They facilitate reloading by generating the spark that initiates the powder's ignition and propels the projectile from the muzzle.

What are the main types of reloading primers available?

In the United States, boxer primer is the most frequently used form of primer. These are utilized in the vast majority of centerfire pistol and rifle cartridges.

How do I choose the right type and size of primer for my reloading needs?

When reloading, the cartridge in question determines your selection. To determine which cartridge primers are compatible with the cartridge you intend to reload, always consult the current reloading manual. At Midsouth Shooters, primer types are available in a wide variety to accommodate the specific quantities you require.

Are there any safety precautions I should take when handling reloading primers?

Indeed, safety is paramount at all times. To prevent primers from mixing, store them in a calm, dry location at all times and only use one type at a time. It is imperative to consistently employ the appropriate reloading tools and procedures when handling and seating primers.

Can I use small pistol primers in place of small rifle primers or vice versa?

It is not advisable to interchange primer varieties in general. It is advisable to adhere to the primer type instructions provided in the reloading manual for your particular cartridge.

What are some reputable brands for reloading primers?

Popular firearms manufacturers consist of Remington, CCI, Federal, and Winchester. All of these well-known brands, in addition to several others, are available at Midsouth Shooters.

Can I purchase reloading primers online, and are there any shipping restrictions?

Yes, Midsouth Shooters offers reloading primers for purchase online. Due to regulations governing reloading primers, HazMat orders containing reloading primers will be subject to a fee.

How can I safely dispose of old or unused primers?

It is critical to adhere to local regulations regarding the disposal of hazardous refuse. Consult your local authorities before handling live primers; do so at all times.

Why are primers still out of stock?

A convergence of favorable circumstances regarding demand has precipitated an unprecedented rush in the ammunition market. Demand has skyrocketed due to a confluence of factors, including the COVID-19 pandemic, civil unrest, and the potential election of an anti-2nd Amendment president and Senate.

What are #34 primers for?

Thus, what are the benefits of utilizing #34 primers in conjunction with 308 Winchester and 30-06? The harder primer prevents impact fires from occurring on military semi-automatic rifles lacking a firing pin spring, including the Garand, AK, AR, FAL, and SKS, among others. Although impact fires are uncommon, they still pose a significant risk.

What are 209 Magnum primers used for?

Designed for heavy charges of slow-burning propellants, the CCI™ 209M Primer is an exceptional option for loading large waterfowl and turkey loads.