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  1. OH WISE SAGE!! I'll check on Starline as a couple said they had 45-60 bras. I can not conceive the necessity of annealing new brass.. Doc 

      On 2/2/2018 at 5:31 PM, The Original Lumpy Gritz said:

    X2 on Starline.

    Make sure you anneal before loading.

    OLG

    I use Starline in ALL my cowboy guns, have thousands. Why the heck should I have to anneal them before loading? I would think it legal quicksand to sell brass not ready to load. I will only be using lead or coated lead and SMOKELESS powder, probably Trail Boss.

    1. The Original Lumpy Gritz

      The Original Lumpy Gritz

      Starline even says it might be necessary for rifle caliber.

      https://www.starlinebrass.com/brass-cases/45-90-Brass-45-24/

       

      OLG

    2. Three Foot Johnson

      Three Foot Johnson

      Annealing the mouth/neck area contributes greatly to case longevity and a good case to chamber seal with the lower pressure loads you'll be using in the '76.

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