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Brands of primers showing up that I have never seen before

They still want 9 cents/primer for 5,000.
UNIS GINEX: Small Pistol Primers - 5,000 CT

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Since 1951, UNIS GINEX has been manufacturing primers for militaries and civilians throughout the world, with 80% of production exported internationally. UNIS GINEX Small Pistol Primers are ideal for all ammunition loaders - whether you're loading for match grade competition or mass production, these primers are manufactured for consistency. Formulated to be temperature insensitive, these primers will instantly ignite and fire the projectile downrange, whether you're shooting in sub-zero or scorching hot temperatures. UNIS GINEX primers meet precision-standards through rigorous mechanical, visual and dimensional inspections prior to packaging. Bulk Packed to bring real quality at affordable prices.
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An interesting glimpse into the manufacturing world for these.

The humidity in the rooms where they spread the paste into the pellet moulds must be hellishly high, don't think they would want that stuff drying out around the edges.

I also wondered about the color of the compound, is that neon green universal or partially so?
Have seen primers with other colors (such as in the previous post where it appears red) but always wondered if that is a protective film or foil.
Never quite worked up the stones to try and rip a live one apart so really don't know.............
 

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An interesting glimpse into the manufacturing world for these.

The humidity in the rooms where they spread the paste into the pellet moulds must be hellishly high, don't think they would want that stuff drying out around the edges.

I also wondered about the color of the compound, is that neon green universal or partially so?
Have seen primers with other colors (such as in the previous post where it appears red) but always wondered if that is a protective film or foil.
Never quite worked up the stones to try and rip a live one apart so really don't know.............
Many primer mixtures use metals. Lead is is a common. Perhaps the color is derived from that.
Google factoid with metals highlighted for the most common mixture.
Priming compound is a mechanical mixture of lead styphnate, antimony sulfide, barium nitrate, and other chemicals. This combination will create heat and gas when struck sharply.
 
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