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357 herrett brass

Discussion in 'Reloading' started by joe sacco, May 7, 2010.

  1. joe sacco

    joe sacco

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    Nov 5, 2005
    San Antonio, TX
    Does anybody have a source for 357 Herrett brass and/or dies? Does anybody have a set of forming dies they want to sell? I'm stuck.


    Thanks, Joe
     
  2. tjpet

    tjpet

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    May 14, 2001
    Utah-Idaho border
    Do an online search and you'll find all you need. Dies are $30 more then a standard set. Formed cases are spendy to say the least.

    I loaded the caliber 25 years ago or so and found it to be a solid performer on BG but it was a PITA to form brass. So I found a used .35 Remington barrel for my Contender and sold the Herrett setup. Made life a lot easier with the availability of factory cases and field performance was exactly the same.