Unprimed Brass Cases
45 Colt Brass (Large Pistol primer)45 Long Colt, 45 LC
1.270 - 1.280 O.A.L.
45 Colt Brass. Originally designed for use with blackpowder, the .45 Colt is one of the most powerful, commonly available handgun cartridges when loaded with smokeless powder. Our .45 Colt brass has been tested to .44 Magnum pressures in gun systems suitable for such loads. *New brass may require neck sizing for use with .452" and smaller bullets.
E M of Isla Vista, California
I can honestly say this brass is the best quality of any product made. Ive fired 250 gr. Slugs with 27 gr. of H110 and still have not had to resize or had a single case split. Ive lost track of the amount of times ive reloaded the cases but its easly More than 8X. Ive pushed bullets at the max loads with h110 in various wieghts and the brass is still running strong. Starline or nothing. You can reload and shoot the brass so many times that it almost comes out to be free.
Dan`` D of Scappoose, Oregon
Just picked up a 100 cases from Midway to load for a 45 colt Bisley that`s on order. Previous customer of yours for the .44 special and .44 Magnum. Your brass is second to none. I`ll be ordering 500 dang soon. I have no idea why shooters refer to the .45 Colt as the Long Colt. There is no such thing.
scott t of eden prairie, Minnesota
I shoot my .45 LCs almost every week at the range. I load the new cases hotter to be used with my Henry rifle, then reload the used cases for light load wadcutters in the handguns, as it seems like the used cases are a bit more malleable, and become easier to expand at the mouth after they've been fired and reloaded a few times. I just opened my third box of these wonderful cases. Thanks Starline!!! I wish there was a way to give you six stars.
Matthew J of Poulsbo, Washington
This is the best 45C brass I have come across. I have reloaded each case 10 times now and have only had 1 neck split. The majority of the reloads are 900fps with a 250 gr cast bullet in a Ruger Blackhawk. I don't believe you can go wrong running Starline brass. If companies such as Double Tap are using this brass in their high pressure 45 colt loads, I trust it in my Ruger.
George H of Kalamazoo, Michigan
I bought 500 cases about 10 years ago. I only load black powder at the max (25 gr) and shoot 250 gr SWC. I use them in both revolvers and a rifle (SASS, cowboy action). I have reloaded this brass at least. 10 times. Cases are now starting to split. So, I'm ordering more. Very satisfied.
Wilbur G D of Richland, Washington
Starline products are outstanding and I've used many cases of various calibers with excellent results. The 45 Colt is no exception and performs as I expected. Very Well.
mario c of las cruces, New Mexico
Russell E of Great Falls, Montana
Cowboy shooting mostly. 6 times reloading with no splits or problems of any kind. Also some fairly hot hunting loads with no problems on them either. Thanks.
Sam B of Murphy, North Carolina
Bought a 1000 of these years ago and use them in my Vaqueros and Ubertis, for factory duplication and cowboy action loads, and high pressure loads in my Redhawk. They have been loaded many times, but are still in excellent condition. I also use Starline in 44 Mag. 357 Mag. and 45/70. I really appreciate the consistent high quality I've come to expect and depend on. No need to look any further, this is the only brass I use. And best of all it's made right here in the USA.
James N of Bend, Oregon
I was using Winchester 45 LC brass for reloading and the neck clearances were too big for the bullet so that the bullets would actually keep slipping down inside the brass when I'd try to seat it. When I'd finally seat the bullet (using too much roll crimp because the neck was too big) then the bullets were loose in the cartridge and would spin easily when twisted with fingers. I'd test the Winchester brass rounds in the chamber after loading and the head clearances were also wrong and would bind up the cylinder. Soooo annoying! Then I switched to Starline instead and it was a different world! I set up the die, seated the bullet on the neck lightly (and it did NOT slip down inside the neck at all) then seated each round with a light roll crimp and 100 out of 100 rounds came out perfectly. No loose bullets, no bent casings, not one single failure on seating. Every single Starline round I chamber tested also fit the cylinder perfectly with no locking up or scraping against the back of the cylinder. I can't say enough good things about this brass. This is the only brass I'm buying for 45 LC from now on. :)
DANIEL P of KINGSPORT, Tennessee
Ralph F of Jackson, New Jersey
The best brass for 45LC. Cant beat the quality and price.
DAVID W of BRANCH, Michigan
I USE THE D.45 COLT BRASS IN MY LINEBAUGH CONVERSION AND WITH 26 GRAIN LOADS OF WW 296 BEHIND A 255 GRAIN CAST BULLET AND AFTER 7 LOADINGS HAVE YET HAD NECK SPLITS OR OTHER FAILURE AND THEY DROP OUT OF THE CHAMBERS LIKE THEY HAVE NOT EVER BEEN FIRED! CAN ONLY SAY "KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK!"
Michael C of Cathedral City, California
I used two brands of 45 long colt. Starline is my first and Federal is my second.As far as durability they are similar, the price is a substantial difference. Most of my loads are at plus P or mag.Starline brass can not be beat period.
Rod M of Boston, Kentucky
Best Brass you can buy! Period
Brian P of Severn, Maryland
The best brass for reloading and I have reloaded about 7 times for Cowboy Action. Whiplash Willy approved. SASS.
Don F of Land O Lakes, Florida
Great brass at a very good price and the speed of shipping was fantastic. I had the brass in my hands about a week after I ordered it. Thank you for the great service I will definitely order again.
Scott K of San Jacinto, California
There is no better brass available.
Daniel P of KINGSPORT, Tennessee
Great brass for my Redhawk and Vaquero loads.
Bob L of Griffin, Georgia
Use this brass exclusively for IHMSA with Ruger 45 colt. Takes hot loads better than anyuthing I have used in the past. Will be ordering more when it becomes available.
robert p of woodstock, Georgia
I load plus power loads for my Blackhawk and I wouldn't use any other brass.
rogn p of Princess Anne, Maryland
This brass cannot be equaled for price or quality, that can be said for all Starline products. Using 45C brass for over a decade and never the slightest negative.
John T of Fillmore, California
I have used starline for over 12 years. I have never had any problems, other that availability. I use 45 ACP , 45 Colt, 44 Mag, 45 Super, 357 mag. 32 H&R Mag. and 9mm. Never any problems with it
Duke's Smith & Arms LLC D of Cartersville, Virginia
Great Product, fast and frendly customer service.
Jim P of Brigham City, Utah
Pretty enough to use for jewelry, strong enough to make my 44 mag packing buddy have thoughts of switching over. I have loaded some of these up to 1200 fps with a 310 grain asteroid using data available for Ruger Blackhawk. PAIN! This brass is stronger than I am. I did have to size the brass before first use for a good tight grip on the bullet. Starline is the perfect balance of resilience, strength, and maleability!
Matt W of Holland, Iowa
used starline 45 colt brass for high pressure hand loads to take my first Minnesota black bear. This brass held up to some maximum pressure loads in my winchester 94 .Great product for a great price!!!
Joe L of Scottdale, Pennsylvania
I just finished working 500 of the 45 Colt cases and while the overall quality was exceptional I must comment that the interior diameter was a little large. I had to full length size all the cases prior to loading them so the bullet had enough tension to properly hold the bullet. This is the first batch of cases that I have had to do this operation. All the other calibers have been great in length and diameter that I could start loading only with running through the expander die. I still recommend Starline but just watch diameters prior to loading.
Bill H of Stockton, California
I've been reloading for over 40 years, and I use Starline brass exclusively for my .357 Magnum, .44 Magnum, .44-40 and .45 Colt loads and find no other manufacturers products to be even a close match for durability, accuracy and quality. I load mostly for Cowboy Action Shooting, but with the .357 Magnum, .44 Magnum and .45 Colt I also load to high performance for hunting predators and self defense. What ever I load, Starline brass exhibits exactly what I want in brass, which is superior manufacture, close tolerances and long life. I am still shooting CAS loads out of Starline brass I bought many years ago, so durability is also a major factor; but I also use best quality reloading equipment which makes my reloads survive a very long time. At one time I only used Winchester brass, but their quality became quite spotty, so Starline is now my brass of choice.
leslie n of curlew, Washington
very good case when reloading you can tell you have picked up a starline from the others because thay are heaver. vary gooood case.nice to find a product this good
Grits M of Melbourne, Florida
I buy only Starlines for reloading, They are stong, uniform cases and give me an outstanding number of reloads for Cowboy Action Shooting. A minor benefit is that it is easier for me to claim my spent rifle-shot cases from the range, relative to factory-head-stamped stuff. Nevertheless, I would not roll-my-own with any other brand than Starline, an outstanding American-made product.
bob p of woodstock, Georgia
Great brass. I load high pressure loads for 45 colt and have had no problems so far. Case life is good. Dimensions on new brass are consistent. and price is where I like it. Would recommend this product.
The Barns LLC J of Stover, Missouri
All of Stareline brass are excellent products.
The Barns LLC J of stover, Missouri
All of Stareline brass are an excellent products.
Mark B of El Paso, Texas
This is excellent quality brass. I bought 500 a few years ago and have been reloading it since. Shooting very hot loads from TC Contenders. No failures to date for pressure. I have crushed a couple in the press, but that is about it. I will certainly purchase more when these finally wear out.
J. L of Pottstown, Pennsylvania
This brass is EXCELLENT. I have used it for a couple years now and never had a problem with the reloads. I have used many different loads in them and never had a case go bad on me yet. I usually don’t recommend items, but I think this brass deserves it. Buy it you will not go wrong.
Gary W of Jacksonville, Florida
Starline 45 Colt is an outstanding value! I have reloaded 250 pieces at least 6 times with no failures yet. 100 of these cases were loaded with heavy loads of H110 for use in Rugers and Rossi rifle. The brass is very uniform and the primer pockets are perfect with CCI and Win primers. The brass is very durable and is the only brass I purchase.
jim ( lead poison ) w of rose hill, Kansas
I shoot cowboy comp. with true black powder and run more than 15000 rounds a year in comp. Starline brass is the only one i use it runs though my loader just fine and i get more than 40 reloads out of my cases. thank you starline for an awesome product.
Terry S of Franklin, AK
I have used several other brass cases from competitors, However I would not consider anyone a competitor to Starline's excellent brass. Use this brass with confidence and no worry. The best brass around.
Roy S of Danville, Illinois
Great product and service. Definetly recommend to people wanting a great quality product!
William S of Castle Rock, Colorado
The quality of starline brass 45 Colt is great it loads easily cleans quickly and is durable as with all starline brass I have used it runs throught my progressive loader great
Henry L of N Las Vegas, AK
Clean and easy to work wih. No problem on sizing, belling and seating primers. Definately will buy more.