Most competitive shooters know and respect the caliber 6.5 x 47 Lapua. But there is another community that really likes the necked down 6 x 47 Lapua.
Peterson Cartridge introduces 6.5 x 47 Lapua
The 6.5 x 47 Lapua is a caliber used by top shooters around the world. But the 6.5 x 47 is also a great caliber for less experienced shooters, because it is an easy caliber to develop accurate loads for.
Peterson Cartridge introduces .33 XC
The .33 XC is a new caliber designed for Extreme Long Range shooting.
Redesigned .300 Norma Magnum
So, Peterson went back to work, designed new tooling and ran it again. Now the dimensions of Peterson’s .300 Norma and .338 N ...
John Barsness Talks Handloaders
In an article on New Brass in Handloader magazine, author John Barsness explained; “many handloaders, obsessed with accuracy ...
Peterson Cartridge & King of 2 Miles (New Mexico)
The annual King of 2 Miles (Ko2M) competition was a success again this year, and once again Peterson Cartridge figured promin ...
The next big thing in Extreme Long-Range shooting - EnABELRs
Pittsburgh, PA (June, 2019) - Peterson Cartridge Co. of Pittsburgh, PA announces the successful completion of the tool packs ...
Peterson Cartridge Proud to Partner with Prime Ammo!
Peterson Cartridge Company was proud to step in as a US-based manufacturing partner with the talented team at Prime Ammunitio ...
Peterson now making .284 Win brass, sold exclusively through Graf & Sons.
Indianapolis, IN (April25, 2019) Today, at the NRA Annual Meeting and Exhibits in Indianapolis, IN, Peterson Cartridge Co. of ...
Want to get into subsonic rounds?
If you want to load subsonic rounds, Peterson Cartridge has the casings for you. Peterson casings are ideal for subsonic rounds.
Peterson Cartridge introduces its .22 Creedmoor brass
Peterson Cartridge Co. of Pittsburgh, PA announced the availability of its new .22 Creedmoor casings.
Peterson Cartridge Sponsors Extreme Long Range Match in Georgia
In January 2019, we had the honor of sponsoring the inaugural ELR Southeast Match at The Arena Training Facility in Blakely, Georgia. The 2,300-acre multipurpose training complex hosted 27 shooter/spotter teams, who competed in two divisions.