I have access to Peterson 28 Nosler brass pm me if interested
thanks.6.5 creeemoor. I shot about 8 boxes of it when I first got the rifle about a year ago and it’s all been starline.
Thanks6.5 creeemoor. I shot about 8 boxes of it when I first got the rifle about a year ago and it’s all been starline.
Gunwerks Brass is ADG. They have a contract with them to headstamp the brass much like Rich Sherman does with his. So still good brass.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.
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