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Seems it was all the rage for us folks shooting BR50 awhile back. Still had to sort the stuff, but I could have done that with Remington ammo for a 5th of the price. Gauged the stuff with a rim thickness gauge and sorted cases of the stuff. After sorting, it was really accurate ammo...especially if it was kept cool.
There I go giving out all my accuracy secrets for rimfire ammo.....BTW, Welcome aboard!!!!
Scott (and with a contest coming up) B
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The Eley Prime method was devised to produce a superior product on an assembly line system. A precise amount of a powder substance is placed into the case and then a liquid activator is added in also a precise amount. This ensures a very precise weight of priming material. Considering the small amount of propellant in a rimfire case, a slight variation in priming compound does make a huge difference in pressures. In another sense this also makes it quite dependable as well due to the proprietary method used to mix the 2 compounds. Hope this helps answer your question.
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