Unprimed Brass Cases
50 Beowulf® Brass (Magnum Large Pistol primer)50 BEO
1.647 - 1.652 O.A.L.
The 50 BEOWULF® is a powerful big bore cartridge designed for use in AR style rifles. The brass case is essentially a lengthened 50 AE (1.650 long) with a rebated 7.62x39 style head. This brass case is designed to use a large magnum pistol primer.
Roy V of Muskegon, Michigan
I recomend Starline Brass for loading .50 Beowulf rounds. I have ruined a few cases during the loading prossess because of my errors not the brass. I check every case before starting for any imperfections and during and inbetween prossesses and have never found a single manufacturing error. When I do find a flaw it has always bee because of my doing.
Peter H of Excelsior, Minnesota
Bought 250 11-12 years ago. Have reloaded them numerous times and am down to 211 cases. They are starting to separate at the base.. Couldn't be my max loads. Figure that in another 5-6 years I may have to get another 250. Starline has the best brass of all calibers I've ever used.
Larry D of Tecumseh, Kansas
the Beowulf brass has the great quality that all other brass I have purchased from Starline over the years I give it 5 stars
Neil T of Bartlesville, Oklahoma
I have been building and shooting 59 Beowulf for more than five years. I use star line new brass on it and many other calipers. 50 Beowulf is longer than 500 SW. Don't try to modify the SW case. It's not worth the effort and the cost is the same! Get the Beowulf brass and load it and go! It has proven to be accurate and durable brass! Thanks Starline
Mark A of Madison Hgts., Michigan
I've never had any trouble with Starline brass. I've reloaded it countless times. I have no idea why Jeff F of Houston, Texas thinks that 500 S&W brass is cheaper (it's not) . 250 cases for $170 is about $14 a box. I think it's reasonable \_0_/
Dale B of Fargo, North Dakota
Called Alexander Arms to ask about this brass, they told me that Starline Brass is one of their suppliers for the brass that they use and sell. So, yes, this is great brass. Especially if the manufacturer uses, sells, and recommends it.
Randy O of Newport, Washington
Recieved in only a few days - looks wonderful
Dwayne D of Sumter, South Carolina
Almost 5 Stars but it seems like I get at least 4 to 5 per box of 50 that crack after first time they are shot. I dont blame Hornaday its just what happens when a small rim case is expanded to that dia
Lane W of college station, Texas
I never had any issues with the brass I got from starline brass I've reloaded for my Beowulf from day one and re used the brass more times than I can count its very good
Jeff F of Houston, Texas
Way to expensive for what this isnt. The death of this cartridge. Get some 500 S&W cartridges and trim the rim. Way cheaper. At this price it's laughable, almost shameful. 2 stars, good quality, horrible price
Bob D of Mechanicville, New York
First time reloading,brass measured up great,no problems
Andy L of Pinedale, AK
Great product all under max lengthe Loads well no damaged rims. Re loaded several times and no signs of wear yet.