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Old 08-16-2014, 07:45   #1
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10mm brass

Hi guys, new G20SF owner here. First post! Where are you guys getting your brass from? It is nearly impossible to find! I could buy factory ammo and keep the brass, but that will get damn expensive quickly!! Can anybody here spare 100 rounds of brass for some cash? :-) Thanks for any input!

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Old 08-16-2014, 07:55   #2
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Starline brass. Just checked for you but they are out of stock. Midway USA but they are also OOS.
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Old 08-16-2014, 07:59   #3
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Gunbroker.com has some for sale right now (not mine).
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Old 08-16-2014, 19:53   #4
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10mm brass unavailability is a relatively short-term problem. I suggest going to Starlinebrass.com and navigating to the "All Cases" page.

https://www.starlinebrass.com/order-.../all-cases.cfm

Click the notify me button. Before too long you will get a note that they brass is available to order. Buying directly from Starline is way to get the best brass at the best prices. Then order a 1000 or so and you'll be setup for a little while at least.

In the meantime, you might have to grab a box or two of factory ammo to get a small amount for your short-term reloading circulation.
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Old 08-17-2014, 17:22   #5
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Thanks for the input guys!
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Old 09-08-2014, 11:02   #6
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I've been waiting for Starline brass, but when Double Tap recently had a sale, I ordered 1,000 nickel plated brass casings and some ammo.
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Old 09-08-2014, 13:32   #7
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Starline, direct from them. Very good brass especially for 10mm in my opinion.
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Old 09-08-2014, 21:08   #8
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Starline, direct from them. Very good brass especially for 10mm in my opinion.
Not available direct IF your preference is nickel though.
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Old 09-08-2014, 21:46   #9
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It's currently sold out but I bought a bunch of that Priv ammo from Aim Surplus. They have it listed for $18.50 for a box of 50 and the brass is fine. I'm reloading it with 180 gr jacketed and 9.4 gr of 800x and like it a lot.
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Old 09-09-2014, 16:21   #10
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Be very careful with the reuse of PPU brass, some cases have blown out, there were some that would not hold their resizing dimensions, and bullet setback was observed.

I have done some experiments with some of the PPU brass that was not malleable enough to hold the resizing dimensions, I actually annealed the cases and water quenched them to establish the malleability that let the cases resize properly and hold that dimension that is needed to hold bullets securely enough to not have a setback issues.

My advice is to inspect the cases and test their ability to hold the bullets tightly!
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