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I acquired some Wolf and Tulammo small pistol primers and wondered if anyone has used them and what kind of luck they had with them.  Thanks for any info.

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Used plenty of them over the years with no problems. I also do NOT have light springs installed.

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used them for a whole summer a few years back worked fine all summer and fall. went to a Dec. shoot(30 degree type weather) and got a few no bangs...use them now just in pocket pistol and such...Good Luck ….

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I shot some large pistol primers years back when there was a primer shortage. They shot fine but I found them to be harder to seat in the brass.

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I have run them for years in stock guns with Zero issues .

Just sayin .

Rooster 

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15 hours ago, The Original Lumpy Gritz said:

They are excellent components.

Both are NATO suppliers.

OLG

 

No!

Wolf and Tulammo Primer are from Murom, Russia.

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I noticed that Russian primers worked fine when I was in Vietnam.

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2 hours ago, Revolvgang said:

 

No!

Wolf and Tulammo Primer are from Murom, Russia.

Wondered, just how long it was going to take somedangbody to catch that.....:lol:

OLG

 

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Posted (edited)

The KVB9 is the SP Standard Primer.

The KVB9 S (Sport) is the same soft Primer like Federal SP.

 

I take Murom Primer the last 3 Years. Are very good.

Its Possible: Murom has also Primers make under Label PMC, Korea and Pressburg Western, Slovakia.

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In our experience Wolf is a medium hardness primer and is in the same ballpark for ease of ignition as Winchester or Remington primers.  Used many thousands of them during the extreme shortage years.  Reliability seemed solid.

 

If your guns are tuned with very light springs, they won't work any better than Winchester.

 

Nothing goes off as easily as Federal.

 

Nothing is harder to set off than CCI.

 

Everything else is somewhere in the middle.

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I see on the Homepage The KVB9 S is not offered by Wolf in the US.

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