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CCI No450 Magnum Small Rifle Primers 5000rd Case Sale

USA – -( Kentuck Gun Co with bulk primers in stock. Pick up 5000 CCI No. 450 Magnum Small Rifle Primers $419.99 a case with FREE shipping. Also, smaller purchase options are found here!

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Our Magnum Rifle primers provide the extra heat needed to ensure reliable, consistent ignition. The primers produce a 20 percent hotter flame to light propellants in the toughest conditions, yet are as sensitive as all CCI® primers.

Provide extra heat and ignition power
20 percent hotter flame to light propellants in the toughest hunting conditions
No loss in sensitivity
Type Small Rifle
Bullet Style Small Rifle
Package Quantity 5000
Usage Reloading

Ammo Deals: CCI No.450 Magnum Small Rifle Primers 5000rd Case $419.99 FREE S&H

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Hey Knute, 5k means 5000. So $419 ÷ 5000 does indeed equal 0.083.


Seems like a decent deal these days.

Knute Knute

You missed the point. If the price actually is 5K for 420 USD(rounded, OFC), then that is 83 cents per each…. NOT 0.083 as stated, which is 8 point three cents each. But that that price (8.3 cents, or 0.083 USDs), is probably the real price, because 83 cents each for a primer seems excessive. That is 83 USDs for a tray of a hundred. Does that seem correct to you? 🙂

Knute Knute

If it actually is 5K primers for 419 USD, then they’re 0.83 USD per each, and NOT 0.083 as listed. 419.99 divided by 500 equals 0.83 of a dollar, or just under a ‘dollar’ per each. The listed price, 0.083 USD is 8.3 cents each, not 83 cents! This could be the correct price also, since 83 cents apiece is pretty steep for a primer, even in this age of shortages and massive inflation. 8.3 cents each is more in line with reality. Decimal errors such as this are quite common with both huge numbers, and tiny ones. So common… Read more »

Last edited 8 months ago by Knute Knute

What I get from your post is that you’re a victim of the public school system. .83 x 5000 = $4150.00 not $419.00 .083 x 5000 = $415.00 New math doesn’t work with those numbers.

Grinning Dragon

Actually, it’s 0.83998. Where the difference can occur is that the previous poster should have rounded up to 0.84 when the poster decided to drop off the .00998.
The previous posters math checks out in using the correct full value.

Last edited 8 months ago by Grinning Dragon