Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by floydster, Feb 7, 2016.
Any one ever hear of Harrington 38 Spl.?
Not me, but I got an AMERC I'll trade ya for it.
Cat, that's funny.
I have some AMERC brass in 38 Super and in order to get enough bullet tension I have to size them with my 9mm die, crap is really thin.
Just for kicks I'm going to see how many loadings I can get out of them
Smokeyloads P.S. I remember the old Harrington and Richards revolvers, but didn't know they made their own brass. But don't know for sure.
Good luck, I've never even got one good reload out of them. They either hang up in my Dillon SD or in the gun on the first loading.
Any AMERC I pick up by accident go to the scrap can. I can usually tell when I decap and rezize them.
Yea, so can I when my punch pin breaks off
I have a collection of .38 Special headstamps that has over 200 in it. I don't remember if I've got a Harrington in the mix or not, but it seems that the number of .38 headstamps is endless.
Hope this helps.
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