Agree with Salmonhead, and he has some ready to go if you're looking as well.I have had great results with ADG. i have over 10x on my working brass and have not lost a pocket yet. That goes for any ADG actually. Have never lost a pocket on any of them. I have not tried the Peterson in 28 Nosler yet, but have had good results with the few cartridges Ive tried them with.
If you are shopping, we have ADG in stock, as well as loaded ammunition, break in loads, and prepped brass.
The prices have gone up even from last year to this year. I don't really know why. I have watch 280AI go from 475 to 730 in year with Peterson. Those were in 500 lots. I don't know if there a race on to see who can charge the most or it seem like it. If the high end manufactures increase there price, everybody else does the same thing. I thing they don't want to be left behind. Brass hasn't changed much. It does go up and down. I am a part owner in a recycling business that handles all types of metals. No glass or plastics.i run all Nosler brass because i got them at a decent price awhile ago. I saw them on the shellf this week for $112 for 25 pieces. if i do another build i will switch to ADG or Peterson.
I find it the opposite. Peterson is good and usually has slightly more capacity in the cartridges I shoot. But ADG case heads and primer pockets are like iron. You have to get to stupid pressures to have one get loose.ADG is great brass, but Peterson is tougher than anything I've ever seen.