Nickel plated brass...

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Where do you get it new? I can find it by scads once fired.... I want my 38 special cases nickel so sorting from the 357 is easier....

Obviously I want all the same manufacturer and head stamp....

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https://www.midwayusa.com/product/1021319099

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Starline doesn't show on the website, but midway still shows in stock.

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Thank you!

I swear I looked there and all the other normal places.... missed it obviously.... 1000 pieces in the pipeline.

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(It's for my 1866 that I put in the back of the safe twice because I couldn't get it to shoot... finally figured it out and it's the best shooting PC gun I have next to my 1866 in 22mag....)
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Emmett, I don't know why but my marlin shoots better with .38s than .357s too. Even when I load the cases to capacity. Completely counter to what should happen. :-??
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Fri Feb 28, 2020 8:50 am
Emmett, I don't know why but my marlin shoots better with .38s than .357s too. Even when I load the cases to capacity. Completely counter to what should happen. :-??
This is a 1866 chambered in 38 special.... We have a Rossi and a Henry in 357 and they shoot the same load. Now there will be this Uberti in 38 added to the mix and I want to keep sorting to a minimum.... I have a hard enough time keeping 380 out of my 9mm brass... ;)
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Emmett you've got the usual conundrum. Too many similar guns to load for too few options for keeping the various loads separate. X(
I feel your pain.
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Thanks Dennis! :)

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:-bd

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