IIRC Match primers are supposed to have a more consistent charge than regular primers, in the long range game consistency is everything to a large extent. I've never directly compared regular primers to match, i just run match in everything now. Though there was a point i ran magnum primers in my .308 and my ES and SD were all over the place. To blame that completely on the primer might be far fetched though, as my loading tolerances and practices weren't the same then either.
"Combined synergy of a man and rifle is matchless, the steadiness of hand and acuity of vision, and finally the art of knowing how to make the rifle an extension of the body, all equate to the ultimate synthesis of man and machine."
"Death smiles at us all, all a man can do is smile back."
Last edited by Blackops_2; July 11, 2012 at 02:42 AM.