So I went to the range real quick this morning. I ended up not getting the magnum primers and used regular CCI 209 muzzeloaders primers and had no issue with ignition in the handful of shots I took. So for now I'll use what I got until I got the time to buy and play with the magnum primers. The BH 209 shrunk my groups to a little over 2 inches and provided the consistency I was looking for. That was the biggest issue with triple 7, the consistency just wasnt there to my liking. Lastly, now this probably needs more testing, but it appears that when I swabbed after a few shots the next shot would hit a couple inches high. A clean barrel group was under a inch. I left with a dirty barrel though and am leaving it dirty until after the early season. The grouping when dirty is plenty good to kill deer even though I would like to see the 'clean group size'. In the event I would need a follow up shot I don't want to have to swab before the next shot or else leave it dirty and be wondering where exactly the next bullet was going. Thats what I have to report, so take it with a grain of salt. More shooting is needed to really confirm all this but I'm confident in the gun for this coming weekend and thats what matters most at the moment.