Midway Brass

  • Last Post 22 May 2021
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cove posted this 16 May 2021

I have a batch of 38 spl brass that I purchased years ago.  I now use Starline and seem to remember a comment that Midway cases were made by Starline. Is that the case?(pun intended)

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David Reiss CBA Membership Director posted this 16 May 2021

As far as I can remember Starline did make handgun brass for Midway.

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Tim DeMarais posted this 17 May 2021

Midway's brass was made by Starline. This really goes back to the beginning of Midway's history and is detailed here:



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Shuz posted this 21 May 2021

I'm still reloading some. 44 mag Midway headstamped brass that I bought many years ago.Many batches have been reloaded 20 or more times.

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BigMan54 posted this 22 May 2021

I have some Midway .357Mag brass I purchased about 1989?.

I've  loaded them 8-10 times with a VERY Max load of 2400 under the #358156. 

This load shoots as accurate as the day is long.  It's Really Good Brass. Haven't lost a case yet.

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