We are shipping all of our product to our dealers to support their business needs in these unprecedented times of demand. We will be placing small amounts of our calibers on the website when it is available. We do not take phone orders and when its gone, its gone. Once we have capacity that outpaces the demand, this product will regularly be available on our website. If you are signed up on the waitlist, you will receive an email notification when the product is available on our website. THANK YOU for your business!
ADG 6.5 PRC (Precision Rifle Cartridge) brass was designed not only for consistency, but for durability. One of the ways we accomplished this was adding material to the case in specific areas to strengthen it. With the additional material, our brass is heavier than most other manufacturers brass and therefore will require lower charge weights to achieve the same pressures and velocities due to the reduced volume inside the brass. We recommend using a reputable load data source and working up from their recommended minimum starting loads. Failure to reduce charge weights established using other manufacturers brass may result in higher pressures and velocities while using ADG brass and may result in unsafe pressure levels.
Bill Allen –
With the help of Josh I recently received some 6.5 PRC brass from ADG. Quality brass is not easy to come by, it is never inexpensive and there are only a few providers out there with none manufactured in the US There is a new one and that is ADG. The brass I received was at least as good as any Lapua or Norma brass that I have reloaded.
The neck walls were only .0005 diff, the length was dead on and very little case weight differences. The cases were loaded and checked for run out, there was not enough to adjust for.
I took them to the range to fire-form with no real expectations of tight groups or low SD’s. I should have known better after all the mic testing etc. I did before loading them. These 15 rounds shot a ¾ group, which includes two flyers caused by the shooter and produced a 4.5 SD at a V of 3,200. I am sure the groups will tighten up now that they are formed.
Last but not least is the fact that these are made in the US.
Five stars for sure and ADG brass will be my go to.
Bill Allen – North Carolina
Tony K. –
Let me start off by saying I didn’t buy the brass I am reviewing, but I did do all of the prep work on it for a friend.
We happened across the brass at a local Scheels and he immediately bought 100. First thing to note is all ADG brass comes with ammo boxes, every other brass company I have bought from ships it bulk. As everyone knows this causes damage to case necks. Second, all of the brass is annealed and looks great.
Aside from the looks this brass is nothing short of fantastic, the weight of the individual cases fell between 220.9 and 223.2, only a 2.3 grain difference. Which for someone that grew up reloading Winchester and Federal brass, is pretty damn impressive. I didn’t measure every piece just every 4 or 5; however, they were all within .001 that I measured. Once again without trimming or sizing yet, that’s pretty damn impressive. And every primer pocket was nice and tight, but not overly tight.
Overall my first experience with ADG brass was a fantastic one and I can’t wait for the 28 Nosler to be available for my own rifle…. Hint, hint.