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Wanted 32 20 rifle brass

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by AJKohler, Oct 23, 2009.

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  1. AJKohler

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    Starline has it. I've got over a thousand cases, some loaded, mostly Starline, that I'm trying to sell along with my 1917-vintage 1892 rifle, dies, bullets etc.

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    Tony: Do you have pictures and prices? Thanks
     
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    I believe you will be happier in the long run with Starline brass over Win or Rem. It's thicker and reloads with far fewer chrushed necks. It's also available in nickle plate. I've found NP brass loads with less fuss in my Hornady L-N-L progressive.
     
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