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45 LC Brass?

Discussion in 'Reloading' started by idahoglock36, Aug 31, 2010.

  1. idahoglock36

    idahoglock36

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    Any idea where I can find some once-fired?

    Thanks
     
  2. idahoglock36

    idahoglock36

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    I just posted this on another board, but thought I would throw it up here to.

    I need some 45 LC Brass that is usable.

    Willing to trade 500-9mm or 300-45 ACP for 100-45 LC. I'll ship to you, you ship to me.

    PM Me!

    Thanks
     

  3. Zombie Steve

    Zombie Steve Decap Pin Killa

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  4. sourdough44

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    Cabelas stores had it in stock & on sale the other week, new of course.
     
  5. idahoglock36

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    I'll have to check out the local Cabelas. Cabelas online, Midway and Starline all show it backordered until 9/15. Can't find any used anywhere. Didn't know it was that rare. I have everything else just no brass.
     
  6. gwalchmai

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    If you'll buy 500 .45 Schofield from Starline I will trade you 500 unfired Starline .45 Colt for them. The Schofields are in stock, and I have plenty of Colt.
     
  7. hhs75

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    I have some .45 Colt brass I will sell. Email sent to the OP.
     
  8. Orlando Eric

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    Impossible, because there is no such thing as a 45 LC catridge.
     
  9. gwalchmai

    gwalchmai Lucky Member

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    Maybe no "catridges" but there are certainly LC cases. And before you continue you may want to correct these guys on their nomenclature. Not they would know much about the topic...

    "Colt revolvers come in six standard calibers. Choose the classic .45 Long Colt or any of five others to suit your taste: .357, .32/20, .38 Special, .44/40, .38/40."

    Notice below there is NO MENTION of a ".45 Colt" anywhere. Does it exist?

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