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Peterson Brass 6.5 Creedmoor Unprimed Box of 50
All Peterson Cartridge casings come in one of their plastic ammo boxes.
Made in the U.S.A.
Peterson Cartridge Co is committed to producing Match-Grade Brass that enables our customers to get more reloads per casing than industry average.
NOTE: If you plan to load above SAAMI max pressure and are concerned about primer-pocket leak, Peterson recommends you try their 6.5 Creedmoor Small Rifle Primer. While they do not suggest loading over SAAMI max pressures, Peterson's small primer pocket 6.5 Creedmoor have proven to hold up over SAAMI max pressures when tested in their universal receiver.
Warning: Only use Peterson Cartridge Co. casings in firearms in good condition, designed, marked, and chambered for this cartridge. Do not use Peterson Cartridge Co casings for “fire forming” or any other purpose other than what they were designed and tested for. Peterson retains no responsibility for the enclosed casings if they are used outside of the manufacturer’s recommendations.
This is not loaded ammunition.
Read 18 Reviews - Average Rating: 5 stars
By ROGER B.
on Mar 09, 2020
All I did was run it through a Full Length Match Grade Sizing die, primed, loaded and set the bullet and shot a 566 12X. My second highest score in F Class. I will continue to replace my old brass with Peterson.
Uniform + Velocity Boost
By Bill B.
on Oct 29, 2019
Case weight variance was about .1 grain from case to case and length was within 1 thousandth. Out of the box, I was very happy with consistency. No trimming needed, just ran through neck-sizer die.
I did a Satterle load workup with 10 shots @ 100 yards Peterson brass gained 50+ fps compared to Hornady Brass. Normally I run 140gr ELDs with xxgr of H4350 and 210M primers and get 2,793fps. With Peterson brass that same charge yielded 2,840fps.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Because of the significant change in velocity, the accuracy node changed and I had to do a completely new workup. I don't recommend duplicating loads from previous brass.
6.5 creedmoor brass
By Andy A.
on Oct 18, 2019
As of this time I haven't had the opportunity to load these cases but I have looked at them. My powder dispenser by lyman went belly up on me and I'm at present frustrated as I want to shot these cases.
I tried to get some ADG but they are "out of stock"
so a company that wants and takes care of their customers is a precious and very welcome situation.
Great Brass equals Great Loads
By Nicholas Y.
on Aug 25, 2019
I purchased this after several reviews. I typically only use Lapua Brass because it’s the best and after reading about Peterson I gave it a try. Very good quality and cheaper then Lapua. I like the free 50 round ammo box it comes in. Will buy more in the future.
By John S.
on Jul 15, 2019
Loaded up 25 rounds of 6.5CM. Liked not having to do anything to brass initially other than neck size. Accurate and consistent rounds. Definitely smaller capacity than previously used Hornady rounds
By Brandon H.
on Jul 05, 2019
This is great brass for the money. Very consistent and ready to go right out of the box. Also comes in a great case.
By Chris C.
on Jun 14, 2019
great brass ready to shoot
No prep required
By BRUCE B.
on Jun 14, 2019
Bought 2 boxes of 50, 6.5 CM. Necks all (.291.5), length -spot on, bodies were nearly perfect. Because they came in boxes with a thick foam headliner there were no dings on necks, pockets needed nothing -in or out. I weighed all 100 they ranged from 170.0 ~173.2 about a 2% variance; that might be a little strong, but -I just sorted by boxes of 20 with the closest weights in each box, should work. They have to be the prettiest brass I've worked with so far, so let's see if pretty equals dead on.
Peterson Brass, 6.5 Creedmoor Brass
By John N.
on Jun 03, 2019
I love the 6.5 Creedmoor cartridge. The only area of concern for me was the mediocre quality of Hornady brass. Peterson brass is fully equal to Lapua brass in terms of quality. It is thick, and heavy, and requires less powder to reach full pressure, and velocity.
I anneal between loadings, and fully expect to get 20 cycles out of this brass. It has minimal runnout, and shoots straight. This brass can easily handle the stresses of being run through a semi-automatic precision rifle.
Peterson Brass 6.5CM
By Robert S.
on Jun 03, 2019
Am working up this brass as I write this. Have found it to be excellent brass. no need to trim initially, neck turning was smooth and uniform (didn't note any unusual highs and lows with the turning, flash holes good, etc. All in all, this is great brass, but will hold any really good any final kudo's until after firing and reloading, etc.
June 3, 2019
By Kyle W.
on May 13, 2019
Very nice brass. Happy with my purchase. Brass arrived very nice with no damage.
Great brass no prep
By Dan D.
on May 01, 2019
Amazed with the first box so I bought a second . Very consistent weight , .8 grains was the worst I had seen . Great packaging leaving it ready to load when you get it . Shot some pretty hot and the primers stayed tight .
By Matthew C.
on Nov 27, 2018
The brass is awesome! All weights of my 150rnds of 6.5 Creedmoor large primer was within .7 of each other. None of the brass necks were dinged thanks to the plastic cases with foam insert at the top. I was going to gave a four star rating because the plastic ammo boxes were damaged. Nothing to do with the brass quality, the shipping agency crushed the box a little during shipment and as a result two of my three plastic cases were damage. One had a crack in the lid and the other had the lid busted into pieces, but the brass was in perfect shape. Great looking brass with tight tolerances, can't wait to shoot them.
By Jody F.
on Nov 15, 2018
Very little prep, I turn my necks for consistency and the brass required very little tooling, I bought 500 pieces and was in a time crunch, the people at grafs were on top of shipping.... awesome products and customer service!!!!!
Long range competitor
By Shawn P.
on Oct 29, 2018
I shoot long range competitively. The key to accurate ammunition at long range is low standard deviations round to round. Peterson brass has consistently delivered that due to their consistency. While sorting my 250 lot of brass by weight, the majority fell within 0.4 grains of each other,, none were greater than 1.5grs. Thats consistency!!!! And consistency makes accuracy.
Peterson 6.5 brass SRP
By David W.
on Aug 23, 2018
Weight extremely close, very high quality brass, I like the SRP and still tight after several reloads. My new go to 6.5 brass SRP
Some say Lapua quality
By Scott G.
on Aug 06, 2018
I would agree that it is pretty close. Still have yet to fire (using for 600 yard steel). Prepped and weighed the cases. Weight- all 50 were within .8 grains ES. SD was .3 grains. This allowed for challenging sorting as so many where so close in weight ( many were the same weight). They were on average about .5gr heavier then Hornady cases. So work up your recipe if at max. I like that as it seems like a better alloy. Case mouth already chamfered, and neck is annealed. I did size and turn the case necks. I was able to keep that under .001 (<.002 total). So far I am very impressed. I also liked the case that is worth $5-8 in itself. Pending good groups ( I have no reason to doubt) the Lapua might not get replaced!
By William M.
on Aug 06, 2018
Great brass! No prep really required, chamfer inside and outside, prime , load powder and seat a bullet. I measured muzzle velocity 2745, sd of 4.6 for 5 shots , shooting 577yds to 985yds worked great!
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