Crow Shooting Supply, Now An Official Supplier of Cheddite Primers & Cases

Cheddite Primers & Cases
Cheddite Primers & Cases
Crow Shooting Supply
Crow Shooting Supply

Crow Shooting Supply – The World’s Leading Source of Wholesale Ammunition and Reloading Components – is proud to announce it has been named an official, direct U.S. supplier, of Cheddite France’s line of shotgun primers and primed cases.

Based in France, Cheddite manufactures world-renowned primed cases for 12-gauge, 16-gauge, 20-gauge and 410 shotguns, plus 209 shotshell primers.

“Cheddite primers and cases have a great reputation for quality and reliability,” said Steve Crow, Founder of Crow Shooting Supply. “Really, we’ve had a relationship with Cheddite for quite a while, but we’re certainly excited to make our partnership official.”

Available and in-stock now, Cheddite’s entire line of products may be accessed by contacting Crow Shooting Supply at 800-264-2493.

Crow Shooting Supply is a family-owned, Iowa-based wholesale distributor of high-quality ammunition, reloading components and shooting accessories. Proudly serving retail gun shops, major sporting goods stores, gun clubs, shooting ranges and government agencies for more than 25 years, Crow is a full-line supplier of nearly 100 of the world’s premier ammunition and reloading manufacturers. For more information, or to inquire about partnering with Crow Shooting Supply, call 800-264-2493 or visit www.crowshootingsupply.com.

  • 2 thoughts on “Crow Shooting Supply, Now An Official Supplier of Cheddite Primers & Cases

    1. If our Communist government does not have a law against it yet, we need to import ammo from other countries, like Canada. If our industry can’t or won’t keep up with demand, we need a cheaper and more reliable supply. If the ammo industry is going to let the government buy out everything, we don’t owe them an favors either.

    2. I have been using chedditeprimers 209 primers for sometime! Now I am starting to have a lot of misfires (meaning that the Cheddite primers won’t fire even with a good hard firing pin strike. Is anyone else having this problem?

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