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The primer doesn't look like a Rem 209. I want to reload them and would to use
the same primer. Thanks

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A lot of the less than premium Remington shells are fitted with Cheddite primers. I find this to be true in the 12 and 20 ga gunclubs/sportsman shells.

You can reload them using any standard size primer with no problems.

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Its an OEM primer not available to the public. Any primer will work, just match the rest of the recipe to it (I use CCI in the 12ga 20ga and 28ga just b/c thats all that was available 3 years ago and i've just stuck with it, and i use winchester in the .410).
 

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Remington seems to be using at least 4 different primers. Their STS and field primer, the Cheddite, and the Fed 209A.

This says volumes about the Cheddite. The rest of the world knows it is good enough for factory ammo.

Using the Fed 209Afterburner in field ammo is a smart move.
 

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what about the remington 209p can that be used in any 12 gauge shell and follow the recipe,or are they just a more expesive primer
 
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When you can buy from another manufacturer for less than you can make it yourself. That sayin something.

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