- Shotshell Reloading
- 12 gauge
Magtech Brass 12 Gauge Unprimed Box of 25
New, unprimed shotshell brass cases. Accepts large pistol primers. This is not loaded ammunition.
Read 9 Reviews - Average Rating: 5 stars
12 Gauge Magtech Brass Shot Shells
By Dale D.
on Aug 30, 2023
I was looking for these for a while and very happy that Graf & Sons had them in stock. I started making my own black powder loads and these are just the ticket when I go squirrel and rabbit hunting.
12 gauge brass shells
By James B.
on Aug 29, 2023
I have used Magtech brass 12 gauge shells for many years. They work great and can be used many times. They work perfectly in my hammer double!
Exactly what I was looking for
By John S.
on Aug 15, 2023
I have been searching for brass hulls for a while and found them here. Exactly what I was looking for with a decent price. So pleased with Graf & Sons that I will be making them my “go to” store.
By Jeff G.
on Apr 22, 2023
Perfect for my Rossi coach gun.
12 Bore Double
By David M.
on Apr 02, 2023
Using these for a P. Webley & Sons under-lever hammered double rifle, firing a .735" slug weighing 820 grains! As another reviewer stated, resizing isn't needed, but a crimp certainly IS needed. Primers look good even after max loads of Pyrodex RS.
Loading for old guns
By Dale E.
on Jun 10, 2020
These are just the ticket when you want to enjoy vintage double barrel shot guns that a gunsmith has deemed safe to shoot.. I am reloading these using data found in "Reloading Brass Shotshells" by R H VanDenburg.
These shells will enable me to enjoy vintage guns modern shells would stress.
Magtech Brass 12 Gauge
By Raymond S.
on Feb 03, 2020
I have many of these I use to reload. All have worked great and will buy more.
By James G.
on Dec 27, 2019
If you need brass then this is pretty much it. I have not had to resize them and don't plan to. They hold a roll crimp after firing ball so as there is no expander readily available I recommend a light crimp. Priming is a little difficult and I recommend using the press instead of a hand tool. I have read prohibitions on using smokeless powder but have received expert recommendation for using them in bore rifle loads and have done so without incident.
Brass Shot Shells
By Bobby R.
on Aug 02, 2018
The shells were great!
I had been looking for these on many websites and could not find them.
Glad you had them.
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