Jordan brass

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  1. Leadpot

    Leadpot Active Member

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    Howdy, Does anyone know what year Midway came out with Jordan head
    stamp brass in .357 Mag. ? I have E-mailed Midway and its been several days now and still no response from them. I guess its on the back of a turtle headed my way. Would this brass be considered collectible down the road. Still new and unfired. I did size it, belled and trimmed it. Then later bagged it and sealed it. Just curious. View attachment 1363
     


  2. Leadpot

    Leadpot Active Member

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    Finally an answer

    Well , Midway finally gave me an answer to my ?. Starline started making Midway stamped brass for them in 1979. Larry said he didn't know for sure what year but approx. in the early 80's , Starline made different name stamp brass for them also. KEITH stamp was in .44 MAG. - COOPER stamp was .45 , - JORDAN & TEXAS stamped in .357 MAG. Also said he has seen some bags still around in circulation at shows but that they no longer make that brass available.
     
  3. randmplumbingllc

    randmplumbingllc Active Member

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    IMO, collectable brass is like a "collectable gun", yeah, I collect them................ to shoot !

    If you can't use them, what is the point ? Thats just me, anyway.
     
  4. Leadpot

    Leadpot Active Member

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    So true

    I agree, If I don't someone else will. But i'm going to keep these for that grand son. He just might inherit the gun also. LOL.;)
     

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