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Once fired brass

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by kestak, Nov 17, 2007.

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  1. kestak

    kestak Member

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    Greetings,

    I am looking to buy 357mag and 44mag brass. Do you know of any place that have it in stock and has good pricing?

    What brass is better Winchester or Remington? What about Starline?

    Thank you
     
  2. Wildfire

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    Brass

    Have not bought any in a while so cant help there. But I use a lot of Winchester. Remington is good. and I have heard Star line is too.
     
  3. shadowalker

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    You can get once fired from a number of places, gunbroker.com has auctions for it and plenty of other places sell it (google for once fired brass).

    If you are looking for new brass try midwayusa.com, Cabelas or Sportsmans Warehouse.
     
  4. scrat

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    also auction arms. com


    i always pick up range brass when i go to trade with people. lately i have mostly got 9mm not much 357 or 44 mag
     
  5. kestak

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    Greetings,

    44 S&W, is it the same thing than 44 Magnum?

    Thank you
     
  6. scrat

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    only 2 types of 44

    44 special

    and

    44 magnum

    now looking at the case sometimes it may say 44M or 44 SPC then the name of the maker like s &w for smith and wesson

    take a look at the following link. for more info

    http://www.reloadammo.com/reload.htm
     
  7. Walkalong

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    Don't forget the .44 Russian. :evil:

    Brassman Brass is a good place for once fired brass, as are other places, but I have dealt with them and can vouch for them. They appear to be out right now as well.

    Winchester and Starline are my favorites for new brass.
     
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    Try Southern Belle

    Located just outside of Memphis, TN - I have bought excellent truly once fired brass from them at a very fair price. I have only bought 45ACP so I can't tell you if they have what you want. You can find their website under souther belle.

    Nice people to deal with too.
    John
    Charlotte, NC
     
  11. Luggernut

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    Unless I can't find good range brass- I think I'll opt for new Starline brass from now on. I can get 1000 .45ACP for roughly two times the cost of "once" fired range brass. Some of the "once fired" brass I've bought has split the first time I've used them. I don't load hot but I am very critical of buying used brass now. Starline is great new brass is usually much cheaper that Winchester, Remington, etc.
     
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