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Anybody getting any light strikes with their reloads using the 24/7 Pro 45. I just went to the range and out of 200 rounds had about 6 no fires. Have been using winchester and cci primers.
 

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My Ruger doesn't like CCI. Quit usin' 'em, and no more light strikes. :yipee:
 

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My 24/7 Pro 45 has blown through (no pun intended) about 300 rounds of CCI Blazer ammo, both alum and brass case - no problems. But I haven't had any dud rounds yet either......
 

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If it's reloads, be sure the primer is seated all the way to the bottom of the pocket. Yes, CCI is the hardest primers out there. I've switched to Winchester, myself. I had a Rossi 971 that didn't like CCI. All my guns now are fine with 'em, just stuck with Winchester.
 

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Funny thing, that Rossi would work fine with CCI factory ammo, just would light strike my reloads and I was diligent about seating the primers. Go figure.
 

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when I had the light strikes i thought I noticed that maybe the primers were not seated all the way.
Have been reloading 9mm for my P95 for about a year using wolf primers and have never had any light strikes. Go figure. I have bought winchester and cci primers from my local range but I will probably pick up some wolf large pistol primers from powder valley as I am due for a new powder and primer order. I am going to pick up a box of factory ammo to see how they work.
 

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Went back to the range today after checking my reloads, noticed 3 that the primers were not flush, so I reseated them. I had no missfires this trip in 200 rounds. Hopefully it was my fault not the guns.
 
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