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Starline brass

Discussion in 'Reloading' started by win, Sep 29, 2011.

  1. win

    win

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    Has anyone used Starline brass? What are you thoughts?
    Not going to load anything hot just some lead ammo in 45 colt.
    thanks for the input.
     
  2. jolly roger

    jolly roger

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    I have used Starline for years in 357, 44 Special and 45 Colt. Good stuff in my experience.
     


  3. EOD3

    EOD3

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    IMO: Starline brass is excellent brass, better than typical Federal, Winchester, or Remington.
     
  4. win

    win

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  5. alank2

    alank2

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    Hi,

    You can avoid the middleman and order it directly from them shipping included too:

    http://starlinebrass.com/

    Good stuff IMHO.

    Thanks,

    Alan
     
  6. Zombie Steve

    Zombie Steve Decap Pin Killa

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    You won't be disappointed. Starline is good stuff.
     
  7. sourdough44

    sourdough44

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    Also consider some 45 Schofield brass for your 45 Colt handgun. Starline makes this also in periodic runs.
     
  8. DWARREN123

    DWARREN123 Grumpy Old Guy

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    I use it for 10mm, can not beat for the price in my opinion. :supergrin:
     
  9. Kwesi

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    If you prefer Starline Nickel, as I do, you'll need to go to Midway USA. ( 10mm )
     
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  10. ruger rcm

    ruger rcm

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    i use starline for 10mm & 50AE......good product & price.
     
  11. g29guy

    g29guy

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    I Use 10mm Starline. You won't go wrong with it.
     
  12. dougader

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    Every time I bought a gun in a new to me caliber, I ordered 1k rounds of Starline brass. No regrets; it's good stuff.
     
  13. crsuribe

    crsuribe 10mm Auto

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    I order it directly from them. 500pcs of 10mm brass for $85 shipped.

    Pretty awesome!!
     
  14. Beanie-Bean

    Beanie-Bean

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    Yeah, same here--I ended up ordering some 10mm from Midway. I can't believe how much some of the other companies want for their brass.

    They're expected to have some of the 10mm by 10/31, according to the site.
     
  15. IndyGunFreak

    IndyGunFreak

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    This was one (among several) reasons I dumped 10mm. Buying brass put quite a dent in your "per round" cost. However, if you need another vote, you won't go wrong w/ Starline.

    10mm is an awesome cartridge, I wish it was more popular than it is, but unfortunately it's not.
     
  16. ursoboostd

    ursoboostd

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    Have to shoot a S&W 610, so we don't have to try to catch the brass while it's still in the air. lol
     
  17. TonyT

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    Excellent brass with soem peculiarities.
    In 45 ACP new Tsraline brass mrequires a modification of the Dillon expander die.
    In 38 Special & 357 Magnum the grrove is cut rather wide which results in very loose cartridges when using Ranch Products moonclips.