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.357 Magnum Brass

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by orpington, Jun 4, 2022.

  1. Seedy Character

    Seedy Character Member

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    The last I bought was $0.12 a round.
     
  2. Mark_Mark

    Mark_Mark Contributing Member

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    I’m waiting for 1,000 for $50
     
  3. Rat-Man

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    I hope you laid in a lot of supplies for a long wait or you have a time machine being delivered from Amazon!
     
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  4. mstreddy

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    OP, I can spare some, if you don't mind used brass. Call it whatever I can stuff in a SFRB for the cost of shipping. I can check tomorrow for which head stamps I have.
     
  5. orpington

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    Thank you for your most generous offer but I ordered .357 Magnum from Starline in bulk prior to your posting. I now have enough .357 brass to last a lifetime.
     
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  6. mstreddy

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    Orpington,
    Glad to hear you are getting the Starline brass.
    You can't go wrong with that.
     
  7. Riomouse911

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    In the past few months I’ve ordered .357 Mag., .44 Spl. and two orders for .32 H&R Mag cases from Starline in 500-piece counts. The last batch of .32 came in last week, it was backordered for a couple of months.

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    Man, I need to get to work on prepping these. ;)

    Stay safe.
     
  8. AJC1

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    We measure brass in five gallon buckets in these parts, it might be time to order more. ;)
     
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  9. dcarr

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    beautiful
     
  10. Pottimus

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    The mom is on the left.


    and if you need it you had better get it...whatever "it" is...
     
  11. GeoDudeFlorida

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    Not us ELVS (Extremely Low Volume Shooters). :D Personally, I use quart freezer bags. Brass in bags, bags in boxes, boxes in 4-dimensional footlockers. Where they go from there only the pixies know. :eek:
     
  12. tightgroup tiger

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    Have you ever tried Redding's dual ring resizing dies? I use them and they don't undersize the body diameter like single ring sizing dies do.
    They might help. I haven't seen a split 357 case for years. But I dry mine under infered heaters also and that may have something to do with it also. They get very hot.
     
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  13. edwardware

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    My last purchase of Starline .357Mag brass, new on sale, was $0.15/pc, some 5 years ago.
     
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  14. Docendo Discimus

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    Last June (2021) I bought 1000 .357 cases from Starline for $161.00 to my door. That is a little over 16 cents per case. This is excellent brass in my opinion and very nice to work with.
    https://www.starlinebrass.com/357-mag-brass
     
  15. rtufixer

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    I've been buying once fired brass from capital cartridge or k diamond brass. If you shop wisely. I usually pickup brass from the indoor range as a bonus. Capital cartridge had a special on 500 9mm new brass and primed for 87.50 + shipping seemed like a good deal
     
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  16. Shooterbob

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    Prayer 9 need to be here 30 days and have a certain number of posts to trade .Check out the rules in selling section
     
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  17. Shooterbob

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    Sorry supposed to be a post to peter9
     
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  18. Thomasss

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    in 2020, I can't remember. I bought but they were around 5 cents each for 300 mixed range cases. What's funny is the nickel cases were re-sized and primed. I called the guy back and said I wanted more of the primed cases at that price. The guy, a friend, didn't realize the nickel ones were primed. And I don't think he cared. I suppose I should get some more before he changes his mind. My problem was those nickel cases were a b$%^&* to seat a 158 grn. LSWC. I may just de-prime them and load brass .38 Special.
     
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  19. CoalTrain49

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    That's about double the street price. Some people will pay it so some people will ask 0.45/pc.
     
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