- I don't load for an AR, but for my 223 the 450 has been the better primer with every powder and bullet I've tried. They are excellent 223 primers. "In the real world, think of the 6.5 Creedmoor as the modernized/standardized/optimized version of the 6.5x55/.260."
- It is highly recommended for .223 AR15-type loads. CCI states: “The CCI 400 primer does have a thinner cup bottom than CCI 450, #41 or BR4 primers. The appropriate primer for an AR15 platform is the CCI #41 primer, which helps to prevent slamfires. With this primer there is more ‘distance’ between the tip of the anvil and the bottom of the cup.” [as per: Linda Olin - CCI/Speer Technical Services].
- I reload .223 for a Daniel Defense AR and a new Remington 700 (1:10 twist). LC brass, primer pockets swaged w/a Dillon Swager, CCI #41 primers. I prime 400-500 rounds at a time and use these for either rifle. AR likes 69g Nosler Custom Competition bullets with 24.5g A2520, and the 700 likes 52g...
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