- Metallic Reloading
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- 338 Lapua Mag
Peterson Brass 338 Lapua Unprimed Box of 50
All Peterson Cartridge casings come in one of their plastic ammo boxes.
Made in the U.S.A.
The .338 Lapua Magnum Brass 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 10 Reviews - Average Rating: 5 stars
Peterson brass 338 lapua mag
By Ric S.
on Dec 08, 2020
The Brass arrived on time in excellent condition. It came in individual cases of 50 in each case. The brass look excellent and after measuring the brass, the measurements were exactly the same as Lapua brass. I am very pleased and will be ordering again. Thank you Graf and Sons, it was a pleasure dealing with you.
Quality brass, wouldn’t use any other
By Kasey S.
on Aug 27, 2020
The brass that Peterson brass is very consistent to lapua brass. Holds good neck tension and primer pockets stay solid a lot longer than other companies. I buy Peterson or Lapua brass just because I know they have good quality control. If you ever find one dinged or junk they send you a bunch of brass for free for the screw up. That alone shows a company that cares.
By Brian H.
on May 14, 2020
The Peterson brass is very nice have not got a chance to shoot it yet but was packaged very nice and found no problems. The shipping was a little slow but given everything going it was still pretty good will buy more if it shoots as good as it looks.
338 Lapua Brass
By John S.
on Feb 28, 2020
Website was clear and descriptive. Easy to place order and set up account. Brass was shipped promptly and showed up in perfect shape. Already been reloaded and shot!
By Chris K.
on Oct 15, 2019
Website easily navigated. Great product description which has invaluable detailed information. Fast service & shipping.
Peterson Brass 338
By Robert S.
on Oct 06, 2019
I usually use Lapua Brass I heard a lot of good reviews about the Peterson so I thought I would give it a shot. So far I have no complaints
338 lapua brass
By Nate W.
on Jun 26, 2019
Great Brass, fast shipping
By Lance T.
on Nov 27, 2018
so i run two 338 lapua mags
one is an M98 Bravo and one is a Savage BA110 LE stealth
i normally use Lapua brass but most is coming to the end of its life span. i did my research on Peterson Brass and orderd a box thinking ok worth a shot for the price
did some head to head comparison with the lapua brass through both rifles respectively. check concentric measurements and weight fluctuations between brass and only came up with one discrepancy in the Lapua brass but nothing critical.
checked internal volume capacity and came up with basically the same brass as lapua
both performed almost identical in internal volume loading and accuracy out of their own respective rifle
time will tell on life span but as far as i can tell I'm going to save myself $ and switch to peterson brass and will be ordering another 100 casings
definitely would recommend Peterson brass.
338 Lapua Magnum Brass
By Larry R.
on Nov 27, 2018
This brass should be considered a work of art! I own an AIXMC .338 and every round worked flawlessly! As noted previously the only thing I found were a few minor length inconsistencies. Concentricity was spot on! Highly recommended!
By John T.
on Aug 06, 2018
First off this brass is second to none and it's a little cheaper than Lapua brass. I own a Savage 110ba/le .338 Lapua. All the other brass, Hornady, HSM, S&B, Norma. All of them were to thin, too soft etc. They all got stuck in my chamber after firing. The only way to remove them was using a cleaning rod down the barrel. NONE, of the Petersen brass gave me issues. I can easily lift the bolt with one finger to eject the brass. The only inconsistency was the brass length. It varied from shortest case to longest by .06". Not a problem that the case trimmer didn't solve. Highly Recommended.
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