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    Has anyone used these Cheditte primers? I just need them for the blank gun but I know my gun doesn't cycle right with some.

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    Chedittes typically work very good in a "primer pistol." They don't mushroom out the back jamming the revolver.
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    Exactly what I was referring to.

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    They're what I've been using, no problems whatsoever, so far.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Broadbill View Post
    Has anyone used these Cheditte primers? I just need them for the blank gun but I know my gun doesn't cycle right with some.

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    I like Cheditte primers, I don't think their as hot as some of the rest. A lot easer on blank pistols. I get my from graff and sons ammo in missouri, but do have to pay haz mat charge.

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