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357 Mag Brass (Magnum Small Pistol primer)

357 Magnum Brass, 357 Mag Brass, 357 Brass, 357 Smith & Wesson Mag Brass, 357 S&W Mag Brass, .357 Mag Brass
1.275 - 1.285 O.A.L.

357 Mag Brass: Basically a lengthened version of the .38 special, the 357 Magnum is one of the most popular handgun calibers in the world. Almost every revolver manufacturer makes a firearm in this chambering. Also used in many lever action carbines. 357 Magnum Brass.

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Duane G of Weathersfield, Vermont
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Date Posted: 12/02/2014
Top quality at an incredible price. Have some that have been loaded 20+ times.
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Dan C of Lexington, Kentucky
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Date Posted: 10/24/2014
I've been reloading for more than 40 years. The first time Starline brass was recommended to me I was skeptical. But after reloading thousands of them and seeing first hand the quality and dependability of Starline brass. I am convinced that no other brass is even close. Starline is my first choice!
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Dan C of Lexington, Kentucky
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Date Posted: 10/24/2014
I've been reloading for more than 40 years. The first time Starline brass was recommended to me I was skeptical. But after reloading thousands of them and seeing first hand the quality and dependability of Starline brass. I am convinced that no other brass is even close. Starline is my first choice!
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AL D of Rose Hill, Mississippi
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Date Posted: 10/24/2014
I have used Starline brass for a lot of years as often as I can. If it were possible it would be the only brass I would use. My handloading is about 98% handguns, magnums and standard calibers. It is without a doubt in my opinion the best brass avilable, hands down.
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Tom S of coos bay, Oregon
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Date Posted: 07/29/2014
As a dealer - Back in the 1980s I ordered some .357 brass from Midway, if I recall correctly. I was also a shooter also so I kept 500 or so for myself, I will never be able to tell you just how many times I have reloaded that strange looking brass with the two stars for a head stamp. At first I was concerned, but hear I am 2014 some 30+ years later trying to buy some more. By the way I am still shooting some of that old brass from the 1980s and it has been annealed several times.
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mark j of north plains, Oregon
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Date Posted: 01/09/2014
best straight wall cases I have ever used in 35yrs of handloading. also one of the least expensive. awesome value.i wish I could get bottleneck brass of equal value
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Gus T of Irvine, California
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Date Posted: 04/30/2013
Excellent brass! This brass has lasted through many full powerhouse loads and still begs for more! This brass is the only brass that functions flawlessly out of my old speed loaders that have been banged up and abused, 100% drop rate every time where as other brass will "stick" in the speedloader. I will be buying this brass exclusively when it comes to 357 magnum!
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Scott W of Ca, California
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Date Posted: 04/16/2013
Brass reloded nicely. I purched nickel plated version from a third party. The brass was great the primer pockets were a little tight with the adition of the nickel plating but after the first firing the primer pockets became perfect fit. Besides tight primer pockets for the first loading the cases were pirfect and free of any defects. Will definatly purchase more in the future.
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Mike T of Akron, Ohio
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Date Posted: 03/31/2013
It took a while to get, but this brass is second to none. The primers are firm but not to tight when priming, and the cases do not need sizing for the first load. I've had to size other brands of brass for the first loading but this is right in spec. I purchased a couple of hundered .357 casing from Starline over 20 years ago and much of is still good after at least a half dozen loadings.
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Stan W of Lawton, Oklahoma
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Date Posted: 03/31/2013
I have now loaded and fired three times the last lot of 1,000 cases I ordered. They are holding up very well, and I load maximum loads using H-110 and 158 gr. HP/XTP. No complaints!!
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Howard N of Corning, Arkansas
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Date Posted: 01/04/2013
I have had not problems with this brass its first class, but you need to size just in case
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Joe S of Central, AK
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Date Posted: 07/16/2012
while only on my first loading of this brass, it has been a good product. i have found no flaws in any of the brass i have loaded and all has seemed very consistant. i would not hesitate to own more Starline brass!
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