Unprimed Brass Cases
32 H&R Mag Brass (Small Pistol primer)32 H&R Brass, 32 Magnum Brass, 32 Harrington & Richardson Brass, 32 Harrington & Richardson Magnum Brass
1.068 - 1.074 O.A.L.
Basically a lengthened .32 S&W Long, the .32 H&R is one of the most powerful .32 caliber handgun cartridges available today.
*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.
Bob R of Crimora, Virginia
Great brass. Have used brass and nickel cases, both high quality.
Joseph L of Scottdale, Pennsylvania
My first experience with Starline brass was buying nickel plated 32 H&R Mag brass through Midway. Then I figured out I could order direct. The original brass is still with me and I bought more 32 H&R Mag in plain brass. This is outstanding brass that is well worth the money. The casings are well formed and trimmed to the proper length. Primer pockets are properly sized. All I have to do with new brass is expand to accept a bullet then load. Reloading is great with resizing easy and appearance of used brass still quite bright after tumbling. This is the best brass you'll ever find.
Dick T of Herndon, Virginia
I have loaded and fired many thousands of rounds of 32 H&R ammo using Starline brass that I purchased in the late 80's when I bought a batch of 500 for only $57. I believe it is extremely durable, since I have lost none due to splits or other case failures. I'm still using it for jacketed as well as cast bullets and from light to max charges I have lost numerous pieces of the Original Federal brass due to case splits in the same time frame.
Kenneth W of Marion, North Carolina
Experimenting for accuracy in LE competition, I developed .32 H&R wadcutters that equaled oexit proved on 38 Spl trajectories, with the benefits of less recoil and quicker recovery times. Starline nickel plated brass is strong, consistent, and moves through loading cylinders and dies fast and smooth.
mike l of cordell, Oklahoma
This brass is thicker than the others and will last longer.All starline brass that I have used is as good or better than your run of the mill brass.
Rudy A of Sheffield Village, Ohio
I have loaded and fired several thousand rounds of 32 H&R in the last several years and I have found Starline brass to be very well made and durable.