Remington Rolls Out Retro Peters Premier Blue Shot Shells

Remington Rolls Out Retro Peters Premier Blue Shot Shells
Remington Rolls Out Retro Peters Premier Blue Shot Shells

Huntsville, AL – -( Introducing 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 for today’s waterfowler.

Peters Ammunition
Peters Ammunition

The good ol’ times… In the blind or in the field, where memories that last a lifetime are made.  Let that picture sink in for a moment. Who are you taking the next time you head out to the field with a box of Peters Premier Blue?

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.

Keep the moisture out with a sealed primer and a 6-segment Peters crimp that creates a moisture barrier to the elements.

Peters Premier Blue High Velocity Steel Shot Shells
Peters Premier Blue High Velocity Steel Shot Shells

About Remington Arms Company, LLC

Remington Arms Company, LLC, (“Remington”) is America’s leading manufacturer of firearms, ammunition, and related accessories. For over two centuries, its products have been sought after by hunters, shooters, collectors, home and personal defenders, as well as by government users in the US and in more than 55 of our allied countries. Remington products served the US Military in every major conflict from 1816 to the present. Remington currently employs over 2,500 Americans, and operates major facilities in New York, Alabama, Arkansas, North Carolina, Tennessee, Mississippi, Missouri, South Dakota and Utah.

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Johnny Walker

Bought a box of 3 inch #3’s for my Stoeger. Sensational patterning and knockdown on big mallard drakes. So far not a crip this season. Only one store in area has them and its just a little farm and feed store.

James Brigham (Bigg) Bunyon

I’m guessing those of you who find it odd to be pictured wearing a “suit and tie” while hunting have never heard of Currier and Ives, Grant Wood or Norman Rockwell. Commercial packaging has not always been strictly utilitarian in nature; some were intentionally nostalgic and hearkened to bygone days when things weren’t so “robotic” in nature.


I still have a full box of Peter’s blue shells on my shelf. It’s amazing how little things like that box of shells can spark so much emotion from memories of days afield with a long departed family member. Good for Remington and God bless the U.S.A.


I grew up back in the sixties using the good ol’ Remington Peters blue plastic 12 gauge ammo, duck hunting on opening day with my dad when I was ten years old, waiting along a tall saw grass field, and tree lined river before day break, and all you could see was the shadow of the wood ducks, and hear the whistling of their wings, but they were plentiful, and at first light my dad and I opened up on a small flock of about eight or so, and we dropped six all at once. I loved the smell of… Read more »


Yes, I remember this as a kid but I always wondered who would put their suit and tie on to go hunting. My dad or brother never did nor did I ever see anyone else dressed that way. Most things that happened back then made sense, not like today.