7.62 x 25 TOKAREV $39 (100) This case is very similar, except for the difference in length, to the .30 Mauser. Due to higher operating pressures, if the .30 Mauser cases are fired with hotter 7.62×25 loads in the CZ-52, it will tear the neck off some cases. 30 Mauser O.A.L. is .980″ to .985″ while 7.62×25 O.A.L. is .958″ to .962″. We recommend using bullets of .308″ diameter in our brass.
308 WIN $52 (50) The venerable .308 Winchester has made quite a name for itself since it was first introduced in 1952. The .308 and its military equivalent, the 7.62x51mm Nato, is a very efficient cartridge that has excellent ballistics, while still being fairly easy on the shoulder. That, and its inherent accuracy have kept it thriving as both a competition and hunting caliber.
32SW LONG $36 (100) Designed for use in small framed revolvers, this cartridge is basically a shortened version of the .32 H&R Magnum. This cartridge is safe to fire in .32 H&R revolvers.
32/20 $49 (100) Designed for use in rifles and single action revolvers, this cartridge is making a strong comeback with the advent of cowboy action shooting. This cartridge can also be formed into .25-20, .218 Bee, and with special forming dies available from RCBS and Lee you can form a shortened version of the 7.62 Nagant cartridge.
9MM $34 (100) 9mm brass: also known as 9mm Parabellum, 9mm Luger and 9x19mm. This cartridge is now one of the most popular pistol cartridges in the world. **NOT RECOMMENDED FOR USE IN S&W SHIELD PISTOLS WITH NEAR-MAX OR +P LOADS, DUE TO POORLY SUPPORTED CHAMBER CONDITION**
9X23 SUPER COMP $47 (100) The 9mm Super Comp (9×23) is of a new design with a new head stamp as of 7-7-03. We have changed the head stamp to read 9×23 Comp to allow easier identification because it looked too similar to the .38 Super Comp head stamp. At the same time, we slightly changed the interior design to allow the seating of heavier bullets (i.e. 147 grains) but change will in no way affect performance of case for use with lighter bullets.
9MM WIN MAG $45 (100) Basically a lengthened 9mm Luger, the 9mm Winchester Magnum was developed for use in the Wildey semi-automatic handgun. This cartridge develops near .357 Magnum performance but is generally used for making 9mm Luger blanks.
9MM LARGO $40 (100) The 9mm Largo is a 9×23 case designed for Largo gun systems such as the Star, Astra, Destroyer Carbine, and also works in most Steyrs.
38SW $40 (100) Also known as the .38 Colt New Police and the .38 Super Police. CANNOT BE USED IN 38 SPECIAL.
38 LONG COLT $39 (100) Basically a shortened version of the .38 Special. Can be fired from most firearms chambered for .38 Special and .357 Magnum.
38 SUP $37 (100) An improved version of the .38 Auto, this semi-rimmed cartridge is very popular in the competition world. Not to be used with .38 Super data in firearms originally chambered for the .38 Auto cartridge.
38 SUPER COMP $39 (100) 38 Super Comp Brass: The .38 Super Comp is a heavy duty rimless 38 Super. Similar internal capacity to 38 Super. Designed to enhance feeding reliability in high capacity magazines of competition raceguns chambered for .38 Super. May require minor extractor tuning in some firearms. When using Dillon press .223 shell plate works best where applicable.
357 SIG $43 (100) Basically a .40 S&W necked down to accept a .355″ diameter bullet. Most pistols chambered for the .40 S&W can be converted to .357 Sig or complete firearms are available from Sig-Sauer. Cannot be formed out of .40 S&W.
357 MAX $97 (100) The .357 Maximum was developed in the early 80’s by Ruger and Remington Arms as a silhouette cartridge for the Blackhawk revolver. This beefed up, elongated .357 Magnum has also been chambered in Dan Wesson revolvers as well as several single shot rifles and pistols including the T/C Contender. Game laws in several states have changed, and are now allowing pistol caliber rifles for deer hunting, giving new life to this once obsolete cartridge.
357 MAG $36 (100) 357 Mag Brass: Basically a lengthened version of the .38 special, the 357 Magnum is one of the most popular handgun calibers in the world. Almost every revolver manufacturer makes a firearm in this chambering. Also used in many lever action carbines.
358 WIN $73 (50) Based on the .308 Winchester, the .358 Winchester was introduced by Winchester in 1955 for use in lever and bolt-action rifles. While it had not seen the widespread popularity as the other .308 -based cartridges, its brush busting capability still makes it an excellent choice for hunting. With the recent rise in popularity of AR-10 style rifles, the .358 Winchester is starting to be chambered in it because the .358 gives the AR-10 just a little more thump than the .308 Winchester
38-55 SHORT WIN $53 (50) The .38-55 is the standard length of 2.080″ which is the same as Winchester case. Case mouth has thinner walls (.0072″ average thickness at mouth) than the Winchester case allowing for use of the wide variety of bullet diameters, especially in tight chamber/large bore situations. Headstamp reads *-* .38-55.
38-55 LONG WIN $64 (50) This is a .38-55 case with the original overall length of 2.125″ for use in .38-55’s that are suited for longer cases (most firearms will accept this length). Wall thickness at the mouth averages .0072″ which allows for use of a wider variety of bullet diameters, especially in tight chamber/large bore situations. Headstamp reads *-2.125-*-38-55
38-40 WIN $60 (100) Originally a black powder cartridge, this is basically a .44-40 necked down to accept a .401″ diameter bullet. Our .38-40 brass has a wall thickness of .0062″ but is still stiffer and less fragile than other brands which make it much easier to reload.
44-40 $52 (100) Also known as the .44-40 Winchester, .44 WCF, and .44 Winchester, this caliber gained popularity because of its availability in both rifles and handguns. The advent of Cowboy Action Shooting has helped to revive this obsolete vintage cartridge. Our .44-40 brass has a wall thickness of .0065″ but is still stiffer and less fragile than other brands, which makes it much easier to reload.
44 MAG $45 (100) 44 MAG Brass: The most powerful commercial handgun cartridge for several years, the .44 Magnum is still one of the most popular handgun cartridges in the world. Almost every major handgun manufacturer produces a firearm in this caliber. It is also available in carbine form from many rifle manufacturers. 44 Magnum Brass.
444 MARLIN $72.50 (50) The 444 Marlin was introduced in the mid- 60’s to give their model 336 Levergun a boost in horsepower. Over the years the .444 has been offered in a number of rifles and even a few pistols. It is another caliber that is seeing new life.
45 ACP $42 (100) .45 Auto Brass: Designed by John Browning, the .45 Auto, or .45 ACP, has been adopted at one point or another by several governments as their official military handgun chambering.
45 LONG COLT $46 (100) 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.
460 SW MAG $66 (50) The highest velocity revolver cartridge ever produced, this .45 caliber chambering is basically a lengthened .454 Casull. Hodgdon recommends Winchester Magnum Large Rifle primers. Click here for Hodgdon’s 460 load data.454 Casull/45 Colt dies work best with our case.
45/70 $51 (50) Our .45-70 brass has been tested at elevated pressures suitable for Magnum Heavy Hunting Loads in adequate gun systems. When loading with black powder, annealing of mouth may be necessary to allow case to properly seal chamber due to lower pressures generated by these loads. Our case is produced very strong to withstand high pressure loads associated with smokeless hunting loads.
45/90 $102 (50) This is a .45-70 based case that is 2.4 inches long and is suitable for smokeless or black powder loads. When loading with black powder, annealing of mouth may be necessary to allow case to properly seal chamber due to lower pressures generated by these loads. Our case is produced very strong to withstand high pressure loads associated with smokeless hunting loads.
50/90 SHARPS $160 (50) Originally designed for blackpowder, this obsolete vintage cartridge is again rising in popularity due to the advent of cowboy action shooting and Blackpowder Silhouette competition.
30 CARBINE $54 (100) Designed for use by the US military as a light carbine in the 1940’s, the .30 carbine was used in the venerable M1 Carbine and the full auto M2 version. The gun of choice for many soldiers in WW11 the M1 is still very popular today.
450 BUSHMASTER $76 (50) The 450 Bushmaster was designed as a close range, big bore hunting caliber for the AR-15 platform. As with most AR cartridge conversions, it only requires swapping out the upper receiver. With the introduction of some new bolt action rifles in this caliber, the .450 Bushmaster is enjoying a surge in popularity.
300 BLACKOUT $53 (100) The .300 Blackout is based off of a shortened 5.56x45mm case that is necked to .30 caliber. For AR-15 platform rifles and pistols it only requires changing the barrel to go from 5.56 to .300 Blackout. The Blackout’s main purpose is to be used at subsonic velocities in suppressed firearms. Many bolt action and single shot rifles are now being produced in this caliber as well.
223 $49 (100) The .223 Remington is one of the most widely used centerfire cartridges today. Tracing its roots back to the .222 Remington, the .223 was designed to achieve certain ballistics for military use. The .223 Remington, when in its military form, is known as the 5.56x45mm NATO. The differences between the two being the pressures that they are loaded at and the chamber in the firearm itself.
243 $53 (50) Introduced in 1955 by Winchester, the .243 Winchester is one of the most popular and versatile cartridges available. Derived from the .308 Winchester, the .243’s low recoil and flat trajectory make it an excellent all around cartridge. Due to a wide bullet selection being readily available, the .243 can be applied just as well on the shooting bench looking over prairie dog town as it can waiting for a whitetail from 15’ up a tree. The 243’s accuracy potential is excellent making it a popular choice of competitive shooters.
7MM-08 $51 (50) While the 7mm-08 Remington was first commercially manufactured in the early 80’s, its roots can be traced back to the late 50’s as a popular wildcat cartridge. This flat shooting, mild recoiling caliber has a devout following of both hunters and competition shooters. The wide selection of 7mm (.284″) caliber bullets makes it a very flexible cartridge.
260 REM $73 (50) Introduced in 1997, the .260 Remington is another wildcat turned commercial cartridge. Utilizing a 6.5mm (.264″) diameter bullet, the .260 has a lot less recoil than its .308 parent case, but shoots much flatter. This has made it very popular in many shooting sports, and makes it an excellent choice for hunting.
30 MAUSER $57 (100) This rimless, bottleneck cartridge was developed by American gun designer Hugo Borchardt and was used in the Mauser pistol. We recommend using .308″ diameter bullets in our brass.
30 LUGER $57 (100) This German designed, bottleneck cartridge is shorter and less powerful than the .30 Mauser. Pistols produced in this caliber include the Beretta M951, Ruger P89, and Walther P-38.
6.5 CREEDMORE LP $55 (50)
6.5 CREEDMORE SP $65 (50)
303 BRITISH $60 (50)
204 RUGER $93 (100)
SHOTSHELL 12G BRASS $44 (25)
SHOTSHELL 16G BRASS $44 (25)
SHOTSHELL 20G BRASS $39 (25)
SHOTSHELL 24G BRASS $39 (25)
SHOTSHELL 410G BRASS $36 (25)