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WTB fired .32 Smith and Wesson Long brass

Post by davidbullseye on 12/27/2018, 6:29 pm

Hello, 

I would like to purchase a couple of hundred rounds of .32 Smith and Wesson Long brass.  Fired a few times is fine, but not Starline.  

New brass would be ok, but used is fine with me.  

Thank you for considering, lots of items to research and purchase when you start shooting .32.

David

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.32 S&W Long Brass

Post by FWB on 12/28/2018, 8:10 am

Hello. I have plenty of once-fired .32 S&W Long Brass. It is all either Federal or Lapua. How much do you want? -FWB-

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Re: WTB fired .32 Smith and Wesson Long brass

Post by davidbullseye on 12/28/2018, 8:14 am

PM sent, Thank you

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Re: WTB fired .32 Smith and Wesson Long brass

Post by dhenry132 on 12/28/2018, 9:12 am

I have nothing to add to this but I am wondering why no Starline brass.
I have had good luck with it in the past.
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Post by kidneyboy on 12/28/2018, 9:28 am

dhenry132 wrote:I have nothing to add to this but I am wondering why no Starline brass.
I have had good luck with it in the past.
Starline 32long brass tapers in from case mouth to the base on the inside. Not good for loading wadcutters. I believe Starline mentions this on their website.

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Re: WTB fired .32 Smith and Wesson Long brass

Post by davidbullseye on 12/28/2018, 11:23 am

That is the same information that I had.  Some think that because of the tapers, it might swage the skirt of a HBWC then the accuracy for the long line might not be good enough.  

I have some starline and for 50 feet work fine.  

I have starline brass for my .38 and .45 acp and they are excellent for that. 

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Re: WTB fired .32 Smith and Wesson Long brass

Post by fc60 on 12/28/2018, 12:53 pm

Greetings,

FC (Federal) is the same in dimension as StarLine.

Cheers,

Dave
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Re: WTB fired .32 Smith and Wesson Long brass

Post by davidbullseye on 12/28/2018, 1:09 pm

Does it have the taper?  Will it work with HBWC?  Should it be avoided for 50 yards?

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Re: WTB fired .32 Smith and Wesson Long brass

Post by bruce martindale on 12/28/2018, 1:49 pm

I liked Remington and Lapua. Winchester was definitely thicker walled and may have a plus p taper like starline.
Plus p brass bulged with cast wadcutters and swaged the bases on hbwc.

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Re: WTB fired .32 Smith and Wesson Long brass

Post by davidbullseye on 12/28/2018, 2:14 pm

I have found with my expander .314 and the Remington brass that the bullets easily push in with finger pressure.  

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