The .280 Ackley Improved casing will launch a 7mm, 120 gr. bullet over 3,400 fps. The .280 Ackley has a similar velocity to the 7mm Rem Mag, when using light to mid-weight bullets. It also tends to produce less recoil, and less muzzle blast.
Peterson Cartridge introduces .280 Remington
With good shot placement, the .280 Rem is suitable for hunting any game in North America. In the hands of an expert shooter, and if the rate-of-twist is correct for the projectile, the .280 Rem can be effective out to 1,000 yds.
Peterson Cartridge is now making .30-06 Sprg brass
Of historical interest, the .30-06 Springfield was the nation’s first 1,000-yard competition caliber. But today it is more thought of as simply one of the most popular sporting cartridges in the world. From woodchuck, to deer, to bear, the 30-06 Sprg has you covered.
Peterson Cartridge announces .270 Winchester as its 30th new caliber
The .270 Winchester is an excellent caliber for taking down deer, sheep, hogs and other mid-size game. Many consider it fine for mule deer and elk. It has been described a fast, flat, and deadly.
22 Creedmoor Load Data
Since its’ inception, in 2007 by Hornady, the 6.5 Creedmoor has seen some pretty meteoric growth in popularity. Some of those popular wildcat cartridges are the 6 Creedmoor, .25 Creedmoor, and now the .22 Creedmoor. This data sheet will cover the .22 Creedmoor.
Peterson Cartridge Introduces 7mm BR Rem
Today we announced the addition of 7mm BR Remington to its growing family of rifle casing calibers.
Peterson Cartridge introduces 28 Nosler
Today we announced the addition of 28 Nosler to its growing family of rifle casing calibers.
Peterson Cartridge introduces 30 Nosler
Today we announced the addition of 30 Nosler to its growing family of rifle casing calibers.
After thousands of rounds of function testing, and years of degradation testing, we have finally eliminated the step of chamfering the inside and outside of our casing mouths.
.22 Creedmoor: Peterson Produces Casings With Harder Heads
Recently we released our .22 Creedmoor casings. From the beginning, one of our development goals was for the .22 Creedmoor casings to have really hard heads which would allow our customers the highest number of reloads. Through tooling and material design, we were able to achieve it.