I need some brass

I need some brass

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    I need some brass

    Anyone have links of good places to buy brass? Im just starting reloading. Wish I had kept my brass over the past few years. Im starting out with .357 and .38s.
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    Starline . . . or whatever you can pick up at the ranges.
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    +1 on Starline if you are looking for new brass. They are good to deal with and have decent prices and good products. If you want used (and can't scrounge it at the range), there are online sources that sell used brass - just run a search and you will find a bunch. However, I've never purchased used brass, so can't offer a recommendation. Good luck on your reloading, have fun and be safe.
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    Another thought is to buy a few hundred rounds of factory-loaded ammo, then save the brass as you shoot. You'll have to do the math, but if you get a deal on loaded ammo you'll be starting out with good brass and you know its history. Ammoman.com currently has Fed 158 lead WC for $190/500 delivered.
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    Welcome to reloading. What Smitty said.
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    Always LOTS of bulk "once fired" on Gunbroker.

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    brass . Dominion has been very good to deal with , and the brass prices are good . I would just start reloading on .38s first ; that is still the caliber of choice when I just want trouble free reloading , though .357s are just about as trouble free, just a bigger charge ... I guess part of the reason that I got with .38s is it is longer between reloading the powder measure :) .
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    I buy once fired from First Class Bullets and Brass. Very good quality and nice people to deal with.

    If buying new, StarLine is the way to go.

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    If you are getting starline brass as I do from time to time ; go to their site to buy it will save you several dollars over midway , or anyone else.
    A hand gun is like a fire extinguisher , I wish to use neither, but have both on hand in case of need ; both are personal protection devices that serve the same purpose . ie safety of you and your family.

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    His stock varies, so you might check back if out of stock of what you want.
    Quote from his website.

    "...On a side note, all brass and bullets are still shipped free to all 50 United States.." This is one reason I like them.
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