Lock MZ bullets and is designed for hot ignition of pellets or powder. It also helps to eliminate excessive breech fouling typically associated with standard shotshell primers. This product is compatible with most black powder substitutes. We’ve tested it ourselves and can vouch for its superior performance. Here’s what we learned.
First of all, let’s talk about what makes these primers different. Most of them are non-corrosive, which means they won’t cause problems in your gun. These primers will perform well in any power level. They are also very accurate. But the power level you choose isn’t an issue. All 209 Primers are made to last for five years. That’s a long time. Some will last for decades without a single issue.
CCI offers two different types of 209 Primers. The CCI 209 is designed to work for all gauges of target and field loads. It is a general-purpose primer.The CCI-209M is a true Magnum primer designed 209 Primers for heavy, slow-burning propellants. The CCI 209M is ideal for waterfowl loads. The primers are manufactured with non-mercuric primer compounds.
There are two other CCI primers. The CCI 209 is designed for field loads in any gauge, and is non-mercuric. The 209M is a true Magnum and is designed for slow-burning propellants. These are excellent for hunting loads, and the CCI 209M is designed for high-pressure waterfowl loads. The two primers have a lot of advantages over each other.
CCI offers two different types of shotshell primers. The CCI 209M is used for target loads and the CCI 209 is for field loads. The CCI 209M is designed for target loads and heavy-burning propellants. It is also a great choice for waterfowl loads. Both primers are non-mercurial and have low-temperature ignition. In addition, the BH209 is sold in both target and field loading areas.
CCI produces two different types of shotshell primers. The CCI 209M is designed for field loads while the CCI209M is for target loads. Both types are designed for slow-burning propellants and are excellent for waterfowl and other target shoots. The primers are non-corrosive and use non-mercurial primer compounds to ensure a clean ignition. These two primers are compatible with both muzzleloaders and airguns.
Blackhorn 209 is a specialty black powder. It is slightly harder to ignite than regular black powder and requires magnum or standard 209 primers. Depending on the brand of black powder, the magnum and standard sizes of a 209 muzzleloader primer will depend on the manufacturer’s recommendations. The Magnum and Standard versions of the BH209 are not interchangeable and can be used for most other black powder substitutes