9x18 Mak brass

Discussion on reloading the 9x18 and any other cartridge
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TroyS
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9x18 Mak brass

Post by TroyS » December 15th, 2012, 6:20 pm

Any thoughts on where to order Brass for reloading 9x18 Mak ammo. Been using PPU factory ammo, because thats all I can find in my area. It's about $22 a box of 50 at Cabela's. Love shooting my P-64, but want to start reloading for it.

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Re: 9x18 Mak brass

Post by Byrd » December 15th, 2012, 7:22 pm

Check for Starline brand brass at Midway. I believe that you can order direct from them as well. Do a Google search and you will find them.
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Re: 9x18 Mak brass

Post by fully machined » December 15th, 2012, 8:59 pm

Targetsports USA RWS brassed case --free shipping on a case of 20 boxes of 50 rounds
$269.80 case delivered = $13.49 delivered a box.


http://www.targetsportsusa.com/p-3565-r ... ition.aspx

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Re: 9x18 Mak brass

Post by TroyS » December 17th, 2012, 3:57 pm

Just checked Starline Brass. Almost every common caliber is backordered.

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Re: 9x18 Mak brass

Post by normsutton » December 17th, 2012, 10:00 pm

TroyS

why buy 9x18 brass , pick up 9X19 ( 9mm ) brass at the range , then cut it down , its better brass than anything you can buy, and when you lose it its not so bad, so many treads about doing this , here is one on this board viewtopic.php?f=11&t=3967


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Re: 9x18 Mak brass

Post by Gik-tal » August 1st, 2014, 8:51 pm

I use once fired 9mm Luger Military brass, that way they have only a number on the head stamp and don't say 9mm luger. The process is simple, run them thru the expander die first ran down as far as possible, then run them thru the sizing die, just use a lee case trimmer and a drill, after trimming re do the sizing die just to make sure they are true, expand just enough for the bullet to fit and press on. I have found my best results using a Berry's 95 grain Plated round nose bullet over seven grains of Accurate No 7

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