Gunwerks (adg) or Perterson brass

Gobears16

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In your guys’ experience what brass would you go with? I’m going to start reloading with a 28nosler and wanted to see what you guys would go with? Thanks for the insight.
 

Dmagna

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I haven’t tried the peterson brass yet but their brass is always awesome. ADG is great too. I use Nosler brass in my two 28 noslers because I don’t want to go through load development again and burn more barrel life out of it.
 

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Use ADG in my 300 WM. It is first rate stuff. Very consistent necks, and case volume. ESs on first loads were crazy low. I recently picked up some 7mm RM gunwerks brass, because I was told that it was actually ADG brass. I believe it to be true, and am getting great performance out of it as well.
 

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ADG it doesnt get any better.
Is Peterson making 28 and 30 Nosler brass? I know there was talk they were going too
its not on their website but I just bought 100pieces from Grafs. I hope it’s as good as the 6cm I have. I was just curious if anybody had used either.
 

werth338

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Use ADG for 300 Win and have had great luck with it. No experience with Peterson products
 

Patton243

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I got Peterson brass in a 6mm Creedmoor and there new 6x47 Lapua. It's on par with Lapua IMO. I will never buy Lapua 6.5x47 brass and neck it down to 6mm again. Cant say much about the other companies, but if Peterson makes the caliber you have I would definitely buy it.
 

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I have 50 case's of Peterson in 6.5 cm case weght is consistent same with volume a little thicker than Hornady I love it as soon as I go through my Hornady that's all I am going to use
 

Ron Milby

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I have used Peterson brass for my 6.5 Creedmoor and 300 Norma. The brass is awesome. I rank it above Lapua.

I have ADG brass for my 6.5 PRC, 6.5 and 7 SAUM, and 28 Nosler. It is great brass. I give the slight edge to Peterson on consistency. ADG is real close to Lapua brass.
 

Capt RB

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Peterson is thicker than most and will get to pressure with less powder. Ive used it in 6.5 creed es with 6 over 10 shots w rl26/147 and es of 5 with 5 shots with rl19. I have not shot more than 5 shots and im still playing with seating. I was hoping today but my range is closed
 

shawn mcjunkin

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Hey sorry for the barge in. Op. Side question since you guys are talking brass. Does anyone know who makes brass for HSM ? Also, ADG Is supposed to be putting out more 28 nos brass end of May ( which is probably delayed now ).
 

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