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went to pick up some small pistol primers today. they had some remington small pistol primers labled 1.5 and 5.5 wasn't sure of numbering system and clerk didn,t reload and wasn't sure himself . would that be small pistol standard for the 1.5 and small pistol magnum for the 5.5
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OK, here's the primer numbers:

Small Pistol
Remington - 1 1/2
Federal - 100
Winchester - WSP
CCI - 500

Small Pistol Magnum
Remington - 5 1/2
Federal - 200
Winchester - WSPM
CCI - 550

Small Pistol Match
Federal - GM100M

Small Pistol Magnum Match
Federal - GM200M

Large Pistol
Remington - 2 1/2
Federal - 150
Winchester - WLP
CCI - 300

Large Pistol Magnum
Federal - 155
CCI - 350

Large Pistol Match
Federal - GM150M

Large Pistol Magnum Match
Federal - GM155M

Small Rifle
Remington - 6 1/2
Federal - 205
Winchester - WSR
CCI - 400

Small Rifle Magnum
Remington - 7 1/2
CCI - 450

Small Rifle BR/Match
Federal - GM205M
CCI - BR4

Small Rifle Semi-Auto MIL-SPEC
CCI - No. 41

Large Rifle
Remington - 9 1/2
Federal - 210
Winchester - WLR
CCI - 200

Large Rifle Magnum
Remington - 9 1/2M
Federal - 215
Winchester - WLRM
CCI - 250

Large Rifle BR/Match
Federal - GM210M
CCI - BR2

Large Rifle Magnum BR/Match
Federal - GM215M

Large Rifle Semi-Auto MIL-SPEC
CCI - No. 34

50 BMG
CCI - 35

Shotgun
Remington - 209
Federal - 209A
Winchester - W209
CCI - 209

Shotgun Magnum
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Great list Xring! Been looking for a complete list like that myself.....

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thanks , i appreciate the info. if known that for sure would have bought a good supply
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