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Sharpshooter 2.0 Prime-All Center Fire Priming Compound

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Original price was: $27.99.Current price is: $25.19.

Used to make Primers, Percussion caps and Reload Rimfire cases

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Prime-All 2.0 – Centerfire This prime-all is formulated specifically for use in our #10, #11 percussion cap makers, and Large / Small primer cup makers. Uses some of the same ingredients as the original prime-all. But with better chemical proportions for a more consistent result.  Includes a .5oz (15ml) bottle of primer hardener/preserving liquid. Loads approximately 2,000 rounds of 22 Long Rifle

1. Mix small amount of powder components together (as indicated on the instructions)

2. Use small funnel (included) to fill centerfire cup or #10, #11 percussion cap shell 2/3 of the way with powder.

3. Add 1 drop of hardener / preserving liquid. Let dry completely (approximately. 24hrs).

4. Primer / percussion cap is now ready to reload.

The original prime-all can, of course, still be used to reload percussion caps and centerfire primers. The improved formula + hardener liquid = better results for percussion caps and centerfire primers.

WARNING: This product can expose you to Lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to – www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.

Additional information
Weight 0.25 lbs
Dimensions 1 × 6 × 4 in

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Review & Questions Summary
4.71 of 5
Reviewed by 14 People
  1. Mike

    Not a review but a question, how many large rifle primers will this kit make?


  2. VAUGHAN HOUGER (verified owner)

    I haven’t used yet, so will give it 5 stars.

    VAUGHAN HOUGER (verified owner)

  3. M A Matteson (verified owner)

    M A Matteson (verified owner)

  4. Verified Buyer (verified owner)

    This purchase was to see/test what it is like to make my own primers. They work but it is just a novelty for me.

    Verified Buyer (verified owner)

  5. MIKE T. (verified owner)

    MIKE T. (verified owner)

  6. David Helpme

    I developed my own filler and safe-er dropper of wet solution filler system and hardeners and did MUCH testing! Now I See included? best “I Could” get was about 60% main charge ignition after Months of testing and tweaking each test. with a few rear propelled Chain Fires, an accepted liability but Still a Liability, and a Part of “My Learning” Curve.
    I have LOTS of OJT with lots of dangerous things in Bad Places and times.

    I Gave Up, set this aside and found caps On Line with 100% rate at MUCH less frustration or work, but “I Did” Not Know what I did Not Know, now “I Know.

    Good Luck to ALL! “I am” Not so good with directions all the time.

    David Helpme

  7. William Belcher

    Do you need the avail part from spent primers for this to work on large rifle primers?

    William Belcher

  8. Johnny Scism (verified owner)

    Johnny Scism (verified owner)

  9. John Scott Sr (verified owner)


    John Scott Sr (verified owner)

  10. Stephen H. (verified owner)

    Stephen H. (verified owner)

  11. Alvin T. (verified owner)

    Alvin T. (verified owner)

  12. Ben

    I have done a lot of experimentation ,mainly getting The mixture into the percussion caps without spillage… I found that mixed exactly as described and using approximately a 6 to 1 mixture of acetone and duro cement, which is nitrocellulose based, putting a drop of that into the percussion cap after you have loaded the primal compound gave me 95% reliability. I have tested hundreds of caps, and it works very well for my black powder percussion caps.


  13. Joel Foster (verified owner)

    Joel Foster (verified owner)

  14. www656 (verified owner)

    Working great for us, Fast shipping and handling, was able to go to the range.
    Followed instructions per included paper notice, No duds all went BANG.
    Thank you for offering such great value,

    www656 (verified owner)

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