Crafted and tested using the finest raw materials, manufacturing machinery, and inspection equipment available.

EPA is a small, high quality ammunition producer that demands the best cartridge cases possible to ensure the finished ammunition product is a good as it is possible to be. A quality case is as important as a quality bullet. Sourcing good cases has always been difficult, having to rely on the larger producers and often finding we are never a priority. Long lead times and sometimes poor quality cause us many issues.

Meeting the team at Petersons just over one year ago was a breath of fresh air. Finally we had found a company that was small enough to care and large enough to supply our needs.

Working with Petersons has allowed us to jointly develop high quality special cases for all our ammunition needs. Both companies work together to ensure everything produced is the best it can be, always looking at ways to improve, consistency and quality. Being able to explain to Petersons exactly what we need and then having them produce it has improved the quality and consistency of our ammunition products.

Its like having our own case making plant on hand to do whatever we need,  even custom head stamps, for small runs of fewer than 10,000 pieces is possible.

EPA use Match-Grade Brass Rifle Casings

QUALITY COMPONENTS AT EPA MANUFACTURING

EPA Manufacturing also use the Optimus HBC 155.0 grain HPBT for our military and Police customers.  It’s a true 1000 yard plus projectile and is favoured by the Great Britain Team GB F Class Team and other countries national long range shooting teams.

Quality Assurance with peterson cases

Just a few steps of Peterson case manufacturing process include - stringent Testing, Maximum Quality...

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epa manufacturing only use the best possible components

sourced from around the world

ACCURACY COUNTS

Peterson Cartridge's brass cartridge casing manufacturing process from the original brass manufacturer and their cupping process through the final mouth and neck anneal.

CUPS

 

Finished Cups. Cups are very stout, and are a little wider than they are deep. Notice the ridges on top of the cup. As the cup is drawn into a casing, these ridges become more pronounced.

 

 

 





POCKETS

 

Forming The Primer Pocket & Heading The Case. The forming of the primer pocket and applying the headstamp to the bottom of the casing are actually two separate steps. First, the casing is basically “rammed” against the pocketing tool.

 

 

 



MEASURING

 

Precision measuring procedures and testing processes throughout the case manufacturing process enables Peterson to achieve unbelievably high consistency on every case...

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PERFECT

 

Accuracy and Precision.

The above target shows what happens when a shooter is both precise and accurate. Not only did all of the projectiles land in the same “ragged hole”, the “ragged hole” is directly over the point of aim. Championships are won when accuracy meets precision. Consistent rifle casings are producing one “ragged hole” over and over again...

6.5 Creedmore

260 Remington

308 Win

308 Win-PALMA

300 Win Mag

338 Lap mag

375CT LRM

375CT XL Primer

408CT LRM

408CT XL Primer

EPA can supply the following calibers.
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Cases we can supply;

 Being able to explain to Petersons exactly what we need and then having them produce it has improved the quality and consistency of our ammunition products.

Its like having our own case making plant on hand to do whatever we need,  even custom head stamps, for small runs of fewer than 10,000 pieces is possible.

Meeting the team at Petersons just over one year ago was a breath of fresh air. Finally we had found a company that was small enough to care and large enough to supply our needs.

Working with Petersons has allowed us to jointly develop high quality special cases for all our ammunition needs. Both companies work together to ensure everything produced is the best it can be, always looking at ways to improve, consistency and quality.

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