March 21, 2011
Buffalo Arms just notified they have this back in stock. It is expensive however at nearly $5.50/rd with shipping which makes up roughly 20% of the cost for 1 box of 20 rds. The cost is less per box if multiples are purchased and I’m sure the shipping would be less as well. Their listing mentions correctly headstamped brass when available but I can’t be certain what they used this time.
Hey, at least it’s available.
November 7, 2015
Gone! (It wasn’t me.)
November 7, 2015
No, Chuck, didn’t call. Just curious so I took a peek.
June 11, 2014
45-75 cases with the original spec thin rim to chamber in original ’76s, are very hard to find. After a lot of work, I acquired 40 of them at substantial expense from a couple different sources for my original NWMP SRC. 20 of them are original brass which I’ll need to anneal before using.
July 31, 2005
July 17, 2012
I don’t shoot much centerfire but according to the owner of Buffalo Arms (nice guy) you can purchase them by placing a “backorder”, the next run your order will be filled and the remainder will be put for sale on the website. That is what happened here, there were a few boxes left over from the previous backorder fulfillment run and, of course, they went quick. You can be at the front of the line next time with an existing backorder. Just an FYI.
WACA Life Member #6284 - Specializing in Pre-64 Winchester .22 Rimfire
I have a Chaparral Arms 1886 Win. that shoots Jamison and .348 Win. brass just fine.
I don’t wish to hijack this post, but just wanted to let you guys know the success that I have had with these two options.
I did have trouble sizing and loading some .348 Win brass…..they collapsed. Bummer!
I just luv that rifle!