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  1. 686

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    i have been using cheddite primers. i see wolf is much cheeper . are they the same size? i thought i read the wolf primers were bigger and you could not use other ones after using a wolf primer. does any one know of this? i think the cheddite is a little hotter than win. how is the wolf? thanks
     
  2. Andy44

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    Use the TS search engine......lot's of info here!
     
  3. missemucho

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    They work just fine in Remington hulls; no size difference between them, Cheddites, Winchester etc. All I'm using now. A group of guys at our club went together and bought 25,000 of the Wolfs from Recob at $91/thousand. With hazmat and shipping from WI to AR it amounted to $103/thousand.
    John
     
  4. 635 G

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    Ok, Nobel sport are the same as Win 209 for reloading , what are Wolf the equivalent of?

    Lou
     
  5. RogerNRA

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    $103/1000??????? Man, thats high..............Roger
     
  6. cmptrwz1

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    Recob's Target Shop has Wolf primers on sale $90.00 (5000) + hazmat
     
  7. 3dram8

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    Roger, everything is going up. $103 is a great price for Wolfs by mail order including hazmat. Federal 209A's have just gone up at a couple of mail order vendors (Gamaliel's & Midway), and are in the $185-190 range now for a case of 5000 PLUS hazmat & shipping. .....Rick
     
  8. missemucho

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    Rogernra:
    You're right! Make that $103 for 5 thousand! A lot better buy than my other quote!
    John
     
  9. mike b.

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    Sizewise Wolfs are similar to Win and other USA 209's. They don't expand the primer hole as some European primers do. No data on how hot they are. Treat as a Federal datawise and keep loads mid pressure or lower.
     
  10. dverna

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    I was looking at getting some Wolff primers and found Winchesters for $125 at the Ohio State Shoot. I got 4 sleeves.

    For me, it is not worth saving $.10 a box to use them. Too many unknowns.

    Don
     
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