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Peterson Brass 260 Remington Small Primer Unprimed Box of 50
All Peterson Cartridge casings come in one of their plastic ammo boxes.
Made in the U.S.A.
NOTE: If you plan to load above SAAMI max pressure and are concerned about primer-pocket leak, Peterson recommends you try their .260 Remington SRP. While they do not suggest loading over SAAMI max pressures, Peterson's small primer pocket .260 Remington SRP have proven to hold up over SAAMI max pressures when tested in their universal receiver.
The .260 Remington SRP Cartridge is manufactured on Peterson Cartridge’s new, state-of-the-art case line which uses cutting-edge technology to produce some of the most precise and consistent casings on the market. Peterson Cartridge Co is committed to producing Match-Grade Brass that enables our customers to get more reloads per casing than industry average.
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 9 Reviews - Average Rating: 5 stars
260 R SRP
By David K.
on Dec 25, 2019
After taking meticulous measurements of unforced brass, I am truly impressed. Consistency is on par or better than Lapua brass and you have the added benefits of the shipping container quality for reuse. Made in the USA and a better price tag. No one equals the value, period.
Peterson 260 SRP
By Derald M.
on Apr 10, 2019
I bought 50, then another 50 a couple weeks later and I’m ordering another 50 to give me enough to shoot our F Class state championship. I’ve twice fired the 100 I have and all the pockets are still tight and the body isn’t stretching much at all. The BTSL new was several thousandth’s shorter than my chamber and it’s taken two firings to get them fully formed. I don’t see that as a bad thing though. The flash hole is very small and bent the pin on my Lee universal de-capper so I opened them up a little when I beveled the inside edge (even though it probably didn’t beveled). I noticed right away that my SD looked good even while fire forming. Group size at 500-1000 yards has left me very impressed, enough I’ve moved my Lapua LRP to second string.
Better than Lapua, does fine with fireforming
By Joseph A.
on Mar 30, 2019
I tried this next to Peterson LRP, and Lapua. The Peterson LRP shows signs of pressure easily (flat primers and ejector ring marks) at as low as XX.X grains of H4350, while Lapua was kind of sort of flattened, and Petersen SRP was totally fine, up to XX grains of rl23. These were all fireforming loads to .260 Ackley, and the brass was fine.
Accuracy was hands down better than the LRP and Lapua, at .6" with cheaper Hornady 140 bthp match. Lapua and LRP did about an inch at best.
I'm buying more, and this is going to be my primary brass from now on.
Peterson .260 Rem Small Primer Brass
By Jim J.
on Mar 17, 2019
Using this in my match rifle for 600 and 1000 yard competition. Outstanding quality. Just as good as Lapua brass. Comes in its own 50 round plastic ammo box, very nice feature. Will be buying more for .308 and 6mm BR.
Peterson 260 brass
By Richard C.
on Jan 17, 2019
Good looking brass very well packaged. On par with Lapua brass.
By Michael S.
on Jan 02, 2019
Recieved this brass quickly, packaging is superb. Brass all appears to be uniform and looks great. I don’t have the rifle finished yet so I can’t report on brass functionality but I have high hopes.
Rem 260 Brass
By Nicholas C.
on Dec 24, 2018
Great brass, holds up well to higher pressure loads
By Douglas K.
on Oct 23, 2018
Excellent brass its tough and holds up very well and grafs is great as well my favorite vendor thanks.
Peterson Brass 260 Remington Small Primer
By Heath S.
on Oct 19, 2018
Shooting in the Precision Rifle Series I'm always looking for ways to improve my group size. Using Peterson small rifle primer brass has allowed me to shrink my groups to 2.1" at 600yd. Compared to 3" groups at 600yd with large rifle primer Lapua brass. Weekend after weekend I'm consistently seeing better performance out of the Peterson small rifle primer brass.
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