Essentially a 44 SPL. but .050" shorter with a smaller diameter rim (Same as 41 Mag). Originally used in Colt 1860 cartridge conversion revolvers. Use RCBS #30 (may require slight modification to clear extractor groove) or #21 shell holder, or Lee #3.
* Starline Brass does not sell any loaded ammunition. What you are purchasing are brass cases only and will need to be loaded into ammunition in order to be fired from a firearm.
Great 45 colt brass, quite stiff. I've used this brass in light loads with Trailboss, which left my 1894 unusually dirty, to max Ruger loads with H-110. They work as advertised. I suspect that annealing the brass a bit would have helped with the light loads in the lever gun, but that seems too much like work.
Roy Yeager Flintville, TN
September 11, 2020
Another Starline product that just works perfectly. I use these in top end Ruger/ Freedoms arms type loads.
Samuel Blakley Mount Vernon, New York
July 09, 2018
Works great in both my conversion revolvers. Never had any problems with this brass. I have reloaded these cases multiple times.
Ed Kolarich Canyon Lake, Texas
September 05, 2016
Loading Black Powder or Unique in the 44 Colt case.
I have no worries. I have bought Starline Brass in many different Calibers. Not one problem.
John Celba Mundelein, Illinois
September 24, 2015
I use this in my twin Cimmaron 1872 Open Tops. They have to be the easyest to reload and fire. Better then any other brass i've tried.
rory gibbons modesto, California
April 01, 2015
I use the cases to make 230 grain flat point bullet loads to shoot in my matched pair of Uberti Remington New Model Armies, I had the barrels relined to .429 dia. and the guns converted by Millington in Colorado to the original ( except for chambering ) I used .44 Colt so I could safely chamber 6,