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375 Winchester Brass for Reloading (50)
375 Winchester Brass

375 Winchester Brass for Reloading (50)

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Part Number:127-37550

375 Winchester Brass for Reloading
  Our 375 Win brass is made from brand new, unfired 30-30 brass. The headstamp reads "30-30 Win"*. As you probably know, original 375 Winchester headstamped brass is awfully hard to come by. We have developed a proprietary brass forming process to make straight walled 375 Winchester compatible brass from original bottleneck 30-30 brass with NO FIREFORMING. Depending on availability, we have used brand new unfired 30-30 brass from several manufacturers including Remington, Winchester, PPU, and Hornady.

Frequently Asked Questions:
- Will this Brass Take Full Pressure .375 Winchester Loads? That's kind of an unfair question because no other brass maker can guarantee their brass will work for the hottest loads in all guns. That said, we have used proper loading techniques and components to load this brass in my 375 Win BF pistol to much higher performance than factory .375 Winchester ammo.
- How Long is This Brass?  Since the reforming process draws from the length of the original 30-30 bottle neck to make the straight walled 375 Win, this brass comes out slightly shorter than original 375 Winchester brass. It's not a lot shorter but it may be enough that you will need a different crimping method (if you wish to crimp). We can't give an exact length due to the variabilities of re-forming and the length being different from one 30-30 brand to the next.
- Something to Bear in Mind: We make this 375 Win Compatible brass because we can't get original 375 Win brass. Its not a perfect solution but it is better than having no brass to load for your 375 Win firearm.

Wildcat Headstamp: All of our brass is new, unfired brass. We have used various brands depending on what's available including Winchester, Remington, PPU, Hornady, and even Starline. All of it new, unfired, and originally headstamped 30-30 Win*.
- The headstamp DOES NOT READ "375 Winchester" but rather something else (like 30-30, *38-55, etc). We also have 375 Winchester Reloading Dies!

5 Stars
Retired
Received the brass on time and in perfect condition. Have checked some of the dimensions and everything is fine. I would recommend this supplier for those who wish to reload.
Reviewed by:  from Santa Fe, NM. on 2/14/2018
5/5
5 Stars
without portfolio
EAB provides a great source of gear and products for the experienced shooter. In fact, they proved to be the only outfit in the country that could provide the uncommon reloading brass that I needed for a custom wildcat project.
Reviewed by:  from Phoenix AZ. on 7/27/2017
5/5
5 Stars
private individual
The price and service was excellent. I forwarded the parcel to Switzerland, and the recipient will be ordering more. It's a safe bet he is happy with your product.
Reviewed by:  from Seattle WA. on 1/16/2017
5/5
5 Stars
none
375 cases worked very good will buy more later thanks
Reviewed by:  from Standish Maine. on 9/12/2016
5/5
5 Stars
hunter/shooter/reloader
This brass is made from new, unfired 30-30 brass. I received the brass promptly and as described. I have loaded 47 rounds. The rims on three of the cases in the bag of 50 were too thick to fit my primer shell holder. The rest loaded perfectly with out any need for sizing, chamfering etc. Bullets seated effortlessly and tightly in this brass. I probaly could have gone without crimping but decided to put a light crimp on the loads anyway as I am using a tube magazine rifle. The brass is a tad shorter than 375 Win. brass but still provided ample room for a full load of H4198 and the seating of a 200 grain bullet. As 375 Win. brass is scarcer than hens' teeth, EAB's reformed brass is a good option. I have no reticent to order more if I run low on brass.
Reviewed by:  from Fredericksburg, Texas. on 8/15/2016
5/5
5 Stars
Mr.
I was a little hesitant at first but on receipt of the brass i found it exactly to specifications. Other than the 30-30 head stamp it is excellent brass. i have reloaded it twice with two different loads and it works perfectly.
Reviewed by:  from Orlando, Fl.. on 6/29/2016
5/5
5 Stars
Mr.
The brass available from E. A. Brown is the only 375 Winchester caliber brass available anywhere. Winchester isn't making I guess. These work beautifully in my Contender. I would recommend them to any one who has a firearm in this caliber and wants to shoot it. Just make sure you reload them!
Reviewed by:  from Old Lyme, CT. on 5/22/2016
5/5
5 Stars
good product. All fired with .375 loads -no misfires or action Will buy more. jamming. Holds a 1 to 1 .5 groups at 100 yds. Very good for a lever action
Reviewed by:  from morrison, Il.. on 5/6/2016
5/5
4 Stars
Good cases
Just the ticket for this hard to find caliber. Only downer is the 30-30 head stamp.
Reviewed by:  from FL. on 1/9/2016
4/5
5 Stars
Recreational reloader
Found this via an internet search. Bought it based on previous reviews and a lack of new Winchester brass. Have not loaded or fired it yet, but visual inspection of the cases is favorable. If it performs as well as it looks and my experience is similar to other reviewers, I'll be back for more.
Reviewed by:  from Juneau Alaska. on 12/8/2015
5/5
5 Stars
Mr.
Brass was dimentionally correct. loaded very nicely. just trying to findtime to go shooting
Reviewed by:  from Orlando, Fl. on 11/13/2015
5/5
4 Stars
375 Made Brass
Well, it does what it's supposed to. That gets you four stars. Its not perfect but its the best alternative to not having the real thing. Fired in my 94XTR Big bore worked well. The issue with the 375 Win is really bullet selection. These cases will get you there. Now find the bullet. The 375 is, afterall only glorified 30-30
Reviewed by:  from Fort Collins. on 9/17/2015
4/5
5 Stars
Good Quality
Good quality thanks
Reviewed by:  from Woodsfield, OH. on 8/3/2015
5/5
5 Stars
375 Win brass
The brass looks like it will work well, I have not loaded any because the bullets are not available yet.
Reviewed by:  from Indiana. on 5/25/2015
5/5
4 Stars
Better than I can do
I have been trying to blow out 3030 brass to 375 and have had moderate success. These from Brown are far better than what I have been able to do before first firing. They are shorter than 375 by enough that the Lee crimper does not work, so a standard crimp is required. Thus a cannelure is also required. I am using this brass with lead alloy bullets with great success. I have tried them with a full charge of Rx7 and jacketed bullets as well, and they hold up fine. It's very hard to find 375 jacketed bullets with a cannelure though.
Reviewed by:  from New Orleans. on 2/3/2015
4/5

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