Unprimed Brass Cases
327 Federal Mag (Small Pistol or Magnum Small Pistol primer)327 Federal, 327 Mag, 327 Federal Magnum
1.191 - 1.196 O.A.L.
327 Federal brass is a beefed up lengthened verison of the 32 H&R Mag. It was designed as a personal defense cartridge. It has light recoil making it easy to handle due to firing light weight bullets at high velocities. The 327 also has potential as a small game cartridge.
*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.
Ken B of South Dennis, Massachusetts
Best brass on the market! I load 12 different calibers & I buy Starline for every one. Knowing that you sell 327 casings is the reason I bought the gun! Thanks for being there
Ken B of SOUTH DENNIS, Massachusetts
Somewhat hard to find until I discovered Starline. Not only plentiful but reasonably priced & top quality brass!
Harvey V of Kernersville, North Carolina
Now that Henry is making four different models of 327 mag lever action rifles I will need to add another couple thousand shells to my supply. No other supplier offers the quality that Starline offers.
Gary D of Terre Haute, Indiana
There is no brass like STARLINE as far as I am concerned. It is so nice to find this hard to find caliber's brass here for sale. I have long been an advocate of this round for self defense. Would love to see it in a lever action rifle too. Would make a great small game round. STARLINE brass, and this isn't the only caliber I use from them, lasts for a lot longer than any other brass around. You can spend more for the more "premium" brands but why? You will never get the performance from them that you will get from STARLINE. You can't get better brass anywhere for more or less money. NOTHING beats STARLINE brass, no way no how. I already have a lot of brass, once fired, for this but the STARLINE is what I use when it isn't just for plinking because I know it will be best. Primer pockets last and last without loosening, brass rarely splits or cracks and if it does it is because I pushed things, not because the brass wasn't good. It stretches less than other brass as well. You don't have to over work the brass resizing it so it doesn't end up with stress that fractures or causes it to fail. There is no other brass for me and especially for this caliber since I want to be able to shoot my firearms long after the caliber disappears from the shelves. THANK YOU STARLINE!
Jona S of Mt. Juliet, Tennessee
I have been using the .327mag brass since Starline began making it. I have a couple thousand. The spouse and I shoot 200-300 rounds a week. I still have a couple of unopened boxes, have not thrown the first case away yet from fatigue [I don't load real hot], and the primer pockets are still tight. This brass is the best I have used in 50+ years of reloading, and I do have Starline in several other handgun calibers.....that also perform at a 5 star level.
Roger M of Raymond, Washington
After multiple loads the brass still loads and performs great. Thanks for the great product.
Don L of Frenchtown, Montana
Excellent indde. Now if I could actually buy some, life would be complete.
Gordon P of Columbus, Wisconsin
I would give it more stars if I could find some to buy.
Robert C of St Peters, Missouri
I much prefer Starline over Federal which is the only other manufacterer of 327 brass. I've almost totally changed all my brass from all calibers to Starline. I feel it's a superior product and always a much better price.
J Swain O of Mt Juliet, Tennessee
Excellent brass. I've been using .32H&R Starline brass for a couple of years, and the .327 is just as high in quality. Starline is surely my favorite brass. I am so glad the .327 is now available. Thank you.
Rudy A of Sheffield Village, Ohio
I was very pleased to learn that Starline is producing .327 Federal brass.I just recieved my order (from Graf& Sons) and found the brass to be well made,especially the very important rim diameter which fits my Lee shellholder perfectly.