Peterson Cartridge Bulk Sale

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  1. IdahoSharpshooter

    IdahoSharpshooter Gold $$ Contributor

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    I'd like very much, to buy a couple hundred 300 Win Mag cases. Work on that...
     
  2. Lou Tenant

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    ↑↑↑↑ Me too.....
     
  3. omega1

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    Just ordered 100 cases for the .338 Lapua. Talk about personalized customer service! Very impressed. Can't wait to try them out.
     
  4. boltfluter

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    You guys need to offer 7mm SAUM brass and you could own the market. Nice to see another player in the precision brass market. :)

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  5. BW64

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    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!! :)


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  6. BW64

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    One more thing. Case mouths were chamfered. I thought that made them ready to load! :)

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  7. BW64

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    Anybody have the 6.5 cm small primer brass?? Having issues with misfires & firing pin gouging the primer.


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  8. TominSWNY

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    Firing pin dose not even touch the primer.
     
  9. BW64

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    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.


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  10. jimbires

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    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 .
     
  11. BW64

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    New unfired brass measures 1.551. Fired brass is 1.557. Misfired is 1.551. That's with the Hornady comparator.\


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  12. jsthntn247

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    .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.
     
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  13. BW64

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    I agree but the bullets were seated only thou off. Think that would make that much difference?

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  14. jimbires

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    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 ?
     
  15. TominSWNY

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  16. TominSWNY

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    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.
     
  17. BW64

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    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.

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  18. jimbires

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    Bw 64 , I'm out of suggestions . when you figure it out let us know .
     
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  19. joshb

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    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
     
  20. BW64

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    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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