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Anyone making brass for the .327 Magnum?

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Old March 1st, 2010, 02:06 PM   #1
 
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Anyone making brass for the .327 Magnum?

I saw a Blackhawk in .327 Federal Magnum the other day and I am real tempted to pick it up. But, I want to reload for it and I can't seem to find any brass for it. I heard Starline was supposed to make some, but I couldn't find anything on their website.

I understand I can reload and shoot various other .32 caliber rounds, but I want to limit the shooting to .327 mag rounds for the same reason I shoot low power .357 magnum instead of .38s in my .357 revolvers.

So if anyone knows of a source, other than trying to buy new ammo and just reloading the once fired cases from there, please let me know.

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Old March 1st, 2010, 04:21 PM   #2
 
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Freedom arms sells brass for the 327. bought some there awhile back. The 327 is a great caliber. It's to bad there is no amo a vailable off the shelf for it. I think if someone else would start making ammo for it it would really take off. I wish starline would start making brass for it. I wish someone would take the market away from Federal if they don't want it
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My friend shoots a Blackhawk in 327, and I have been sending him all of my range brass, because he hasn't found commercially available brass yet. I think Federal has a type of Patent, trademark, etc. on teh brass, and it is not available to reloaders yet. You'll have to buy factory ammo and shoot it off in order to reload it.
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Federal has commerical ammo out. Haven't seen any one ese with the ammo or the brass yet.
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