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Sell your brass on ebay. I don't load for the .40. .38/.357 or .45 Colt and I'd be all over it, LOL.
 

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I've used it in .380, 9mm, .38 Spec., .45 ACP, and .223. No problems! Reloads just fine.
 

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Blazer Brass

I've loaded some Blazer Brass in .45 ACP and 9mm with no problems so far. I even tested one lot (.45 ACP) by reloading it and shooting it 3 times. No problems! Test Pistol was my older EAA .45 Witness. I also reloaded that lot again (4th load) and it's on my supply shelf.
 

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The only cases that have caused me any problems have been the "Amerc" brass from some American Ammo I bought some time back. Some cases wouldn't fit into the shell holder, and the primer pockets are pretty loose after the initial firing. I picked up a few cases last time I went shooting that were marked Federal 07 on them, and the primer pockets were swaged real tight, and I wound up chunking them. Also watch out for the Winclean?? cases that have the small primers in them.
 

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Haven't had any brass cause problems in any of my guns, but I picked up a bunch of range brass a while back that had what I think was Israeli made brass. Shoots fine, but the primer pockets are very tight. Makes the priming sequence a little spooky, so I avoid those. WWB no problem.
 
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