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post #1 of 17 (permalink) Old 03-31-2020, 05:15 AM Thread Starter
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I ordered some .357 Remington Maximum brass from Starline yesterday. The web page stayed that it was in stock. I hope that is actually true.
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According to the Starline site, it shows as available.


I have had zero problems with Starline as a company and their brass is great. Hope you bought enough?

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I ordered some .357 Remington Maximum brass from Starline yesterday. The web page stayed that it was in stock. I hope that is actually true.
Ray
I have 200+ new Remington 357 Maximum brass that I no longer need if you cant get it from Starline.
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I didn’t realize there was a scarcity.

Glad ya found some

Star line has always worked well for me.

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Believe it or not I found the cheapest online was Remington branded at Cabela's.

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I went to Cabela's to check this out and they must have been hit hard - does not even come up in a search - in fact, their list of calibers is pretty slim when I looked a couple days ago.

Dan - Handi's - 157 22 Hornet Mannlicher Stock, 157 30-30 Mannlicher stock, 45LC Buffalo Classic Carbine with 22K-Hornet and .357 Max Talo barrels, 45-70 Buffalo Classic, 204 Ruger Ultra with Fluted Barrel, 223, 12 Gauge Topper Deluxe Classic, 20 gauge TDC, 20 Gauge Topper Junior Classic, Pardner .410 Youth, 17HMR Sportster, .357 Mag Handi...
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I bought a bag of 250 from Starline when they began making it. If anyone wants to split half a bag or trade for some just send a pm.

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The brass was delivered today. I still need to order a single stage press, case trimmer, and balance beam scale, and a couple other items. I will likely order them next week. (I deliberately waited until I have all of the ammunition components.)
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The brass was delivered today. I still need to order a single stage press, case trimmer, and balance beam scale, and a couple other items. I will likely order them next week. (I deliberately waited until I have all of the ammunition components.)

Have you picked out your press and scale? My 2 cents worth - Lee does have some reasonably priced presses but stay with the cast iron versions if going with Lee. Lyman, RCBS are both fine - I'm not a fan of Hornady presses with the LNL system - I had one and the dies kept working loose. I use an ol Pacific Cast Iron single stage I bought used. I'd suggest staying away from Lee's balance scale - had one - darned hard to read. I have an old Pacific / Hornady that works great. Lyman, RCBS scales again just about any model will be fine. Have fun!

Dan - Handi's - 157 22 Hornet Mannlicher Stock, 157 30-30 Mannlicher stock, 45LC Buffalo Classic Carbine with 22K-Hornet and .357 Max Talo barrels, 45-70 Buffalo Classic, 204 Ruger Ultra with Fluted Barrel, 223, 12 Gauge Topper Deluxe Classic, 20 gauge TDC, 20 Gauge Topper Junior Classic, Pardner .410 Youth, 17HMR Sportster, .357 Mag Handi...
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I bought a nice cast RCBS beam scale and it works great. I also bought a Franklin Arsenal digital scale as a back up. I recently started reloading due to the ppl here. I only load for maxi. Listen to these ppl they will help you.

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