I don't know how much more clear I can be. Please don't do it. Just because somebody says on the internet that they did it/do it all the time does not mean it is ok. There are lots of variables: temperature, powder, projectile, brass, firearm, chamber, pressure, etc.
I suggest you call or email the various powder and primer manufacturers.
I suggest you read your reloading manuals. Then make a decision.
A correctly loaded cartridge is a controlled explosion. If you do not use the correct components you may have an uncontrolled explosion. Sure, you might get away with it. Maybe not. Is it worth the risk? To me, no. You will have to make up your own mind.
I am sorry but I do not agree with people who foolishly have tried this primer substitution. If you were to try it and blow half your face off I guess you could sue the folks who posted that it was ok. Personally, I wouldn't have much compassion for you.
It is not worth it, please don't do it.