Remington's Modern Waterfowl Ammo Now in a Retro Box

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posted on July 17, 2018
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Remington has gone retro (only on the outside) with Peters Premier Blue waterfowl ammunition. The Peters Cartridge Company was formed in 1887, sold to Remington in 1934 and now Remington is bringing back the retro style box, but with modern manufactured ammunition. 

Peters Premier Blue contains round steel shot and a stitched wad for a tight uniform pattern. The kleanbore priming provides hot, fast and sure ignition. Moisture is repelled via a sealed primer and a 6-segment Peters crimp.



For more, visit Remington.com.

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