Question:The Prime website states the same ammo is loaded in Peterson brass. I would like to confirm this is Norma brass.
Response:As far as I can tell, the Prime site states that Peterson brass is used, but it may change lot to lot. Prime will be able to confirm for you if you reach out to them directly. Thank you for shopping at TargetSportsUSA.com.
Question:Is this ammunition using small or large primers?
Response:Crane, As far as I can tell, it is not stated on the Prime site but Prime will be able to confirm for you if you reach out to them directly. Thank you for shopping at TargetSportsUSA.com.
Question:Is this made by RUAG or by PRIME here in the USA?
Response:Hello Matthew, this Prime 6mm Creedmoor ammo is made by RUAG. Thank you for visiting TargetSportsUSA.com
Question:Any body thats bought this chronographed it that seems pretty slow?
Response:We will post and reply with any comments and answers.
Question:What brand brass is used on this ammunition? I know they have used Hornady in a pinch and I’m not interested in that.
Response:Norma brass was used in this ammo. Thank you visiting TargetSportsUSA.com
Question:Are you sure the muzzle velocity and energy are correct? For a 107 grain bullet traveling at 2340 ft/sec I get an energy of 1,300 ft*lbs. In addition, Hogdon's reloading site has 9 out of 11 maximum loads for a 107 grain SMK over 3,000 ft/sec and the other two are within 14 ft/sec of 3,000. Even at 3000 ft/sec the muzzle energy is only 2139 ft*lbs.
Response:Hi Larry, We will double check and update the ballistics on this 6mm Creedmoor ammunition accordingly. Thank you for buying Prime Ammunition online at TargetSportsUSA.com