The Super is an extremely high pressure round. I don't consider it a good candidate for used brass; you could get some really abused cases. Bite the bullet and buy new, Starline has some good prices.mariovella74 said:hi evrey can somebody help me to find 38 super once fired brass.i am finding it difficult to find 1000 cases of them. thanks for help
I have been loading Super for IPSC competition for a long time. I bought the first "Square Deal" from Dillon made in Super (that's what they told me). I have reloaded this caliber for quite a while and still am a little bit leery of brass OTHER THAN MY OWN. Given the differences in bullet weights used to make major and the barrels/chambers used, some brass will be quite safe to re-use and some could be dangerous. I'd rather be safe than sorry.Holy Cow, Gammon. That's gonna come as a BIG surprise to several thousand of us who have reloaded 38 Super for decades! Once fired brass sizes and shoots just fine.
Mario - In my region, dozens of IPSC shooters leave their 38 Super on the ground. Next to 40 S&W and 9mm, it's the most plentiful brass at IPSC pistol shoots. Look for a schedule of local matches and see if they'll let you police