New Cases from Starline Brass

Richard Johnson
by Richard Johnson
Starline Brass

Starline Brass announced the company was now selling brass cases for two additional cartridges: the .30 Carbine and the 9mm Steyr.

Both new products are available in 500 and 1000 piece orders. The pricing for the .30 Carbine is $122 and $226, while the 9mm Steyr comes in at $97.50 and $170.50.

From Starline Brass:

Starline Brass has recently introduced 2 new cartridges to meet the growing demand for their superior reloading products. Starline has added the .30 carbine and 9mm Steyr to their large product line, which now exceeds 80 calibers.

The .30 carbine was designed for use by the US military as a light carbine in the 1940s. It was used in the venerable M1 Carbine, the gun of choice for many soldiers in WWII, and the full auto M2 version. The M1 is still very popular today and is available from Auto-Ordnance. Ruger also offers the .30 Carbine in their popular Blackhawk revolver.

The 9mm Steyr is an Austrian cartridge designed for use in the Steyr M1912 pistol and it was also chambered in some Steyr MP34 submachine guns. As with all Starline products, 9mm Steyr brass is made to tighter tolerances than the Permanent International Commission for the Proof of Small Arms (C.I.P.) standard for this cartridge.

To view these new cartridges as well as all of Starline’s products and to order Factory Direct online, visit

Starline is a family owned business that prides itself on producing the highest quality brass cases available. For more than 30 years, Starline’s unique manufacturing process and commitment to their team of employees has distinguished Starline from the competition. To see Starline’s full product line and order factory direct online, visit

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  • Plumbiphilious Plumbiphilious on Jul 17, 2015

    Are there enough Steyr pistols and SMGs floating about to bother reloading for it...? Or will it be priced not for bulk sale to recoup production costs, but rather priced for people who have enough money to have M1912s and MP34s?

  • Armed Partisan Armed Partisan on Jul 19, 2015

    While I appluad them making brass for obsolete calibers, 9mm Steyr isn't a particularly hard case to make from existing brass if you really needed it. How about 7.65x20mm French Longue? If nothing else, it was used in more guns than the 9mm Steyr was, and they're guns you can actually get!