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Technical Articles - Ammo

Predator Contest

Peterson Cartridge Predator Contest

Our 2022 Predator Contest is taking place February 1st – 28th, 2022.

Trying to Find Ammo or Components in a Shortage

It is perhaps one of the most frustrating obstacles a hunter or shooter ever has to deal with. Going into a sporting goods store in the current market and attempting to buy powder, bullets, brass, or primers will have you shaking your head in disgust.

Fall 2021 Success with Peterson Cartridge

A photo gallery of successful hunts with Peterson in Fall 2021.

Casings

Peterson Cartridge Hunters Facebook and Instagram Group Launched

Are you a fan of hunting? How about Peterson Cartridge brass? Well we've got 2 amazing groups for you.

Peterson Cartridge Challenge

Peterson Cartridge Challenge

We are excited to sponsor the Peterson Cartridge Challenge, PRS Pro Series match this April 17th and 18th. The match will be held at MKM Precision in Kennerdell, PA and will host 18 challenging stages that MKM Precision is well known for.

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.

Brass Casing Volume Check

For Optimal Performance You May Need To Change Your Load

A change in internal volume will change the performance of your load, and potentially your results at the target. The interna ...

Head Ripping On Casings

Head Ripping Issue Caused by a Fluted Chamber

Casings fired out of a fluted chamber. Notice the visible fluting on them.   Illustration depicting how a fluted chamber ...

Chamfer

What happens to Case Neck Tension after repeated firings?

Do you think neck tension on brass rifle casings increases or decreases with continued firings from the same casing? At Pete ...

Ammo Boxes

Bench-rest shooters: “You’re gonna love this box.”

Recently one of our employees was at the range and other shooters began to gather around his bench. Of course he presumed it was because of his prowess as a marksman. But instead of asking for his autograph or his expert advice, they asked him, “Where did you get that box?!” 

32 Firings

32 Firings

Recently our ballistician had some extra time in his schedule, and asked what he should work on next. We said, “Just for the heck of it, see how many times you can fire our .308s before you experience failure.” So that’s what he set out to do.

Extremely consistent, American-made brass rifle casings and ammunition, designed for long-distance shooters.