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PMC 357 Mag brass

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by Caveman4, Aug 11, 2010.

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  1. Caveman4

    Caveman4 Member

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    I just found some PMC 357 Mag brass in my shop. I'll bet they are 20 years old. Does anyone have any experience reloading this brass from that time frame? Thanks
     
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    As long as it is not corroded and resizes OK, it should be fine to use. I have never had problems with any PMC brass.
     
  3. ReloaderFred

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    Just load, shoot and repeat as necessary. It's good brass, and from that time period, was probably made in Boulder City, NV.

    Hope this helps.

    Fred
     
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    Thanks guys, I am new to reloading and still learning. How dose that do load, shoot and repeat ? I like that
     
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    I've got and use PMC brass for several cartridges, some of the brass is as old as yours.
    45 Auto, 357, 41 Mag, it all works right up to the time it cracks, just like every other brand.
     
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    I have several Hundred pieces of PMC .357 Magnum brass and it reloads just fine. Of course you should do all the normal checks before you load them up...
     
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