Unprimed Brass Cases
38 Special Brass (Small Pistol primer).38 Special Brass, 38 Smith&Wesson Special, 38 SPL,
1.140 - 1.150 O.A.L.
38 Special Brass: Known for its accuracy, the .38 Special is one of the most popular handgun cartridges in the world. Can be fired in all revolvers chambered for the .357 Magnum.
*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.
Richard G of Newport, New Hampshire
When using moonclips in 38/357, Starline brass is the answer mated with .025 thick clips. My 8 shot revolver loves this mix and they fall in and out unbelievably fast.
Clarence Winston T of North Las Vegas, Nevada
Great products, for SASS CAS and beyond. TST said so.
Patrick R of Hawick, Minnesota
The most consistent brass I have found. Weighed all brands of 38 brass and only the Starline stays within 0.5 gr.
Leo W of Murrieta, California
This brass is the best in the industry.
Steven W of Allen, Texas
Outstanding Product, best I have ever used. Great for reloading cowboy action load. Friendliest and helpful people when you call to place orders and ask questions. I will buy more when available to purchase
Dan L of Farmington, New Mexico
I have used Starline brass for several years now and have only had two cartridges that were defective. Out of 10,000+ rounds that's not bad. The .38 Spec is the most enjoyable rounds to reload and to shoot. Never a bad one in the thousands I've loaded and fired. Thanks Starline for a superior product! Sincerely, D. R. Lovell
Jeff A of Rock Island, Illinois
Been using mixed case range brass. Needed to have extra for reloading. Researched Starline and purchased. Uniform and great for reloads. Will be buying more Startline!
Michael K of Marion, Massachusetts
Starline is a gold mine but well kept secret. Learned about it on line and have been very happy ever since. In you first order, you will see how they take pride in their product as their quality is superior to virtually every other manufacturer I have used for reloading over 30 years. The .38 cycles perfectly in revolvers I use as well as 3 Henry Big Boy rifles we have. While those guns cycle like a knife through butter as they are, the Starline Brass adds to the positive experience. RECOMMENDED
Michael K of Marion, Massachusetts
By far the best brass I have reloaded. The company is great to deal with. Look forward to many more orders.
Gary G. H of Clarksville, Ohio
Starline brass is the best overall, and I've reloaded enough different brands to give a fair rating. It is consistant in SAMMI specs, quality of material and reloadability is great! Primer pockets are sized right for multiple reloads without enlarging, rim diameter is a perfect 'avg for all shellholders. Their annealing process is good, just the right temp, I get 10-15 reloads easy before a possible split case! Nickel is the exception. This review also applies to their .357's, same case just longer all with good pricing.
Joe L of Scottdale, Pennsylvania
Excellent brass. I am updating my rounds and looked to Starline as my supplier of choice. I have not been disappointed. The casings arrived in perfect condition, round mouths, no blemishes, ready to start reloading. The 38 Special brass seems to need no prep other than to expand them to accept the seating of the bullet. I am pleasantly pleased in this day of cutting costs and quality, Starline appears to have spared no expense that would cause the quality to suffer. I highly recommend them for all your pistol brass. I only wish they would branch out into bottle neck cases.
Earl W of Lawton, Oklahoma
Great brass made really good reloads when you can get it but it has been out of stock with no backorder every time I have checked in the last two years. HELP I need brass.
Daniel B of Phoenix, Arizona
Starline brass is excellent for reloading. Cleans and loads very easy as I have reloaded this brass as well as others numerous times without problems. Great value for the money and the specs are the same if not better than the "named" brand unless you like spending more of your money for the name. I'd rather shoot more for less!