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9mm largo brass

Discussion in 'Reloading' started by ssgrock3, Apr 19, 2010.

  1. ssgrock3

    ssgrock3

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    any good places to get this stuff? starline makes it, but it is steep. midway is about the same price as starline direct.
     
  2. dougader

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    starline is the only place I know that has it
     

  3. tlafrance

    tlafrance Missing AZ

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    Dimensionally 9x23 is the same. Use only Largo load data NOT 9x23 data. I have a destroyer carbine and shoot exclusively 9x23 brass with great success.

    Tom
     
  4. dougader

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    At least at Starline, the 9mm Largo brass is a little bit le$$, and its listed as in stock. 9x23 costs $10 more per thousand and is in back-order status.
     
  5. Carlitos

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    I have an old Spansh Astra 400 in Largo.

    Try making friends with some USPSA (aka IPSC) shooters who shoot "Open Division"

    Ask them for some of their used "rimless 38 super" or 38 supercomp or 9mm supercomp or 9x23 or 38TJ brass. Any of these will re-size and work for loading low level Largo loads.