ADG 7mm Rem Mag Brass
Carefully read this description! You will likely have to change your load for ADG brass.
7mm REM MAG BRASS - ADG manufactured brass is optimized not only for consistency in performance but also for durability. One of the ways they accomplished this is by optimizing the material in specific areas to strengthen it. With the optimized material geometry, our brass will generally have a different case volume than most other manufacturer's brass and therefore will require a different charge weight to achieve the same pressures and velocities. ADG recommends using a reputable load data source and working up from their recommended minimum starting loads. They recommend reducing any existing charge weights by 10% and re-developing your specific load when replacing any component in a load recipe with a new component (brass, projectile, primer, or powder type). 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. Caliber- 6.5 PRC
- Primer pocket size - LRP
- Finish- Standard
- Quantity- 50 count
- Case weight- 240.6 grains (average)
- Case volume- 82.3 grains/H2O (average)
- Neck wall thickness- .0132" (average)
Headquartered in Elizabethtown, KY and owned and operated by eight experienced, industry professionals and a staff with over 200 years of combined experience, ADG skillset covers the full spectrum of required disciplines: mechanical engineering, metallurgical engineering, electrical engineering, industrial design, CAD design, and an Associate in Applied Science Degree in Gunsmithing. Utilizing Six Sigma methodologies and procedures, decades of experience, the latest equipment technology available and unrivaled data management, ADG can tackle a broad range of product development challenges, from slight twists on classic designs to the most complex and innovative technologies. Backed by ADG's product development business unit, ADG not only identify underlying issues, but they can also determine and implement solutions from design all the way to the production environment. ADG design and metallurgical engineers can provide superior failure analysis, design investigative experiments, and provide design direction.