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Primer not igniting

sh*mmer said: I was out last Friday to try a new (to me) 223, I had loaded up a bunch of rounds and was ready to have some fun. Took a few rounds to get the on paper and then I was ready to shoot some groups. Anyway I had 3 rounds fail to fire (out of 30)......squeeze the trigger and click........but no bang. WTF....I've never had a problem with this batch of primers before (CCI 450) when using them in my 6mm BR. How often do you get bad primers? Should I be concerned about the firing pin not hitting hard enough? I did take the round apart to make sure that they did have powder in them. Mark

L*di said: ~ Bolt not fully closed. ~ Debris in bolt. ~ Bad primers or powder. ~ Trigger adjusted incorrectly. ~ Not enough firing pin protrusion.

h*rseman2 said: Brass from a tighter chamber?

N*rm99 said: I did have a similar problem when I first started reloading. My RCBS handprimer was not seating the primer deep enough. Something else to check on, maybe?

gr*uch said: Did you have the primers anywhere near oil? That would certainly do it. Grouch

Cy*N1de said: Had this problem with a Savage .223 I had. Only way to get 100% of the rounds to go off was to switch to Winchester SR primers. Does it happen to be a Savage rifle?

M*dChucker said: compare a fired primer to one that didnt fire... is the dent about the same ? did you re and re the cartridge to see if it would pop the second or 3rd time around ?

sh*mmer said: Vigin Lapua brass. Primers not near oil - from cabinet straight into the brass. I am using an RCBS primer - will check to make sure they're deep enough. It's not a Savage - it's a Kimber I did rechamber them and try a second time. Will post photo's of the dent in the primer - between the ones that didn't fire and the ones that did fire, they appear to be the same to me. I will try some different primers. Thanks for the responses! Mark

*agleye said: Check that primer. I have seen the odd one over the years that was missing the anvil. They do not work that well. Eagleye.

h*nter5425 said: I had a bad batch of Wolf primers that misfired 50% of the time in all my rifles, so it is possible to get a bad bunch. ( I soaked them in oil to deactivate before disposing of them.)

D*gleg said: Switch to Federal and your problem will go away. A softer cup and more sensitive compound wil take care of you. For the CCI fanboys, I have many thousands of CCI primers that I'll trade 2 for 1 for Federal or Winchester. That offer has been unclaimed for years. Its like nobody wants them.

c*yote said: I shoot cci primers in all my target guns and so far have never had a bad one. Dogleg I would take you up on your offer if the shipping costs wouldn't be so high for dangerous goods.

gpr*cer said: I love the CCI 450 in the SKS rifles, prevents slam fires as they are harder. I have had a few bad ones over the years in all brands...