The exhibitor & product database of IWA OutdoorClassics 2021 shows all exhibitors who were registered for this exhibition. [status: 24.11.2020]
1300 W. Henry St.
We are a premier manufacturer of small arms unprimed cartridge cases, providing the highest quality rifle and handgun brass available. Made with pride in the USA.
The .222 Remington was introduced in 1950 and quickly became the favorite caliber of many shooters and hunters. The "Triple Deuce" found a lot of success as a benchrest caliber due to its inherent accuracy and the small caliber/high velocity combination made it a great choice for all types of varmint hunting. While the .222 Remington has slipped in popularity to calibers such as the .223 Remington, it is still available from several rifle manufacturers and is just as capable of a cartridge as it ever was.
**Please note that we have found one customer with a T/C Contender had a chamber that was under the SAAMI minimum and had clearance issues with the base of our case, which is made to the middle of the SAAMI tolerances.
The .270 Winchester has been around nearly a century and has become just as popular as its parent cartridge, the .30-06. Chambered by almost every major firearm manufacturer with a hunting rifle in their lineup, the 270 Winchester has made quite a name for itself as a big game caliber in North America. In fact, it was a favorite cartridge of Starline Brass founder Frank Snow. It also acts a great varmint caliber when loaded with the lighter 90-110 grain bullets that are available.
The venerable 30-06 was adopted in 1906 for the 1903 Springfield service rifle for the U.S. Military. Since then, this utilitarian round has been chambered in an abundance of rifles in every action type. The 30-06 has been touted as one of the most versatile cartridges of all time due to the wide variety of projectiles available, and when the proper bullet is selected, the 30-06 is large enough to take on any game in the Western Hemisphere and almost anything in the Eastern Hemisphere.
Introduced by Winchester and approved by SAAMI in January of 2019, the .350 Legend is a brand new cartridge with no parent case. This tapered case has a rebated rim allowing it to utilize the standard .223 bolt face found on many common rifles including the AR-15. Like many other AR cartridges, the .350 Legend only requires changing the barrel and magazine. This cartridge's allure is that it can be used for hunting in several states that allow straightwall cartridges only, but it doesn't have near the recoil of other AR cartridges that fill this niche. Utilizing .355" diameter bullets, the .350 Legend is capable of impressive ballistics, without a lot of recoil. Several bolt action and AR-type rifles are being produced in this caliber, with new models being added all the time.
The 7.65 French Long was originally developed in the United States as the .30 Pedersen for use in the Pedersen Device, which was a conversion for the 1903 Springfield to quickly turn it into a blowback operated semi-auto rifle with a higher capacity magazine to increase firepower when necessary. With intentions of using the Pedersen device in WWI, production was halted as the war ended before any of the devices saw the battlefield. With the war over and no use for the surplus of Pedersen devices, almost all were ordered to be destroyed.
Years later, the French were looking for a new sidearm and the 1935A pistol fit the bill. The 1935A and 1935S pistols, along with the MAS Model 38 submachine gun were chambered for the .30 Pedersen, now renamed 7.65 Long. This .30 caliber cartridge is quite a bit more powerful than the .32 ACP and is capable of firing projectiles as heavy as 100 grains.
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