Discussion in 'Commercial Sales by Paid Sponsors' started by Peterson Cartridge, Aug 22, 2017.
I'd like very much, to buy a couple hundred 300 Win Mag cases. Work on that...
↑↑↑↑ Me too.....
Just ordered 100 cases for the .338 Lapua. Talk about personalized customer service! Very impressed. Can't wait to try them out.
You guys need to offer 7mm SAUM brass and you could own the market. Nice to see another player in the precision brass market.
Got my 6.50 CM brass yesterday & I must say it's every bit as good as Lapua if not better!!! Ran some loads & it takes the pressure very well. The plastic cases are a pleasant bonus!! Thanks Peterson for great & affordable product!!! You have a new fan!!
One more thing. Case mouths were chamfered. I thought that made them ready to load!
Anybody have the 6.5 cm small primer brass?? Having issues with misfires & firing pin gouging the primer.
Firing pin dose not even touch the primer.
Thanks for the reply.
Not doubting your assessment but................
If so then why does it not happen with any other brass?? Some fire fine. Some have a hit but don't fire & some have a deep hole in the primer. Primers are CCI 450.
could the cartridge base to shoulder be to short on this new brass ? I'd measure this brass , a piece that misfired , and a measure a piece of unsized fired brass , from a good lot , to compare the length .
New unfired brass measures 1.551. Fired brass is 1.557. Misfired is 1.551. That's with the Hornady comparator.\
.006 is allot to fill on the first firing. I had the same problem with Palma brass in my 308. Once I jammed the bullets they all fired.
I agree but the bullets were seated only thou off. Think that would make that much difference?
just another thought here . are you getting the primer fully seated ? maybe measure the pocket depth and primer thickness to see where you're at . you never had a problem before the peterson brass ?
Problem solved. Bad head space Forming 6.5 creedmore to 6 mm. My new sized brass using a # 350 hornady insert measures 1.5695. Necked down and Fired it measures 1.5725, .0030 gain.
Nope no problems before with Hornady brass.. The primer is seated deep enough to give me the 3 little marks in the pocket after firing. Primer pocket is .121 & primer is .1215. Seating on a Forster press.
Bw 64 , I'm out of suggestions . when you figure it out let us know .
This sounds interesting. I'll order some 6.5 Creedmore SRP (I like that option) and 308 Palma and see how they do. Thanks, Josh
Will do. This was my hunting rifle. Looks like I'm borrowing a rifle for muley season. Thanks for all the replies guys.
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