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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

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

  3. EOD3

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

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    thanks guys will pick some up
     
  5. 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. Hogpauls

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

    DWARREN123 Grumpy Old Guy Silver Member

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    I use it for 10mm, can not beat for the price in my opinion. :supergrin:
     
  10. 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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  11. ruger rcm

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

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    I Use 10mm Starline. You won't go wrong with it.
     
  13. 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.
     
  14. crsuribe

    crsuribe .45-70 GOVT

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

    Pretty awesome!!
     
  15. ursoboostd

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    I wish they had 10mm or 357mag in stock.
     
  16. 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.
     
  17. 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.
     
  18. 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
     
  19. 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.