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+p 38 spc brass


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From a reloader's perspective there is no difference at all! - load it up with your standard loads and you're good to go. I'm not certain that there is ANY difference at all and I suspect that the +P stamp on factory ammo is just to denote a +P powder charge, and the brass is the same as standard pressure loads.

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From a reloader's perspective there is no difference at all! - load it up with your standard loads and you're good to go. I'm not certain that there is ANY difference at all and I suspect that the +P stamp on factory ammo is just to denote a +P powder charge, and the brass is the same as standard pressure loads.

+1, that's the same information I got from Starline when I asked.

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No difference. +P is stamped for identification. If you load with the +P stamp you should load to +P level. Not a good idea to get confused as to which load is which. I always used an indelible marker for identification. I have trouble finding +P brass.

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