Starline Brass 32-20 Winchester Nickel Unprimed Bag of 100

Item #:SUN3220
$0.27 per round
Shipping: One flat fee of $9.95 per online order.
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Availability:In Stock
Volume Discounts:
Rounds Units Savings Price per Unit Total Price
100 1 <none> $27.39 $27.39
500 5 Save 5% $26.02 $130.10
1000 10 Save 10% $24.65 $246.51
2000 20 Save 13% $23.83 $476.59
Starline Brass 32-20 Winchester Nickel Unprimed Bag of 100
Due to the packaging and shipping process, case necks are often slightly dinged or bent and need to be rounded up and sized to give proper neck tension. New and/or fired cases must be full-length resized or have the expander ball of the sizing die run through the case neck prior to loading.
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Product Information

Starline strives to hold the closest production tolerances possible on every caliber we produce to ensure the highest quality brass available. All brass is produced within SAAMI specifications and includes special heat treat processes and designs to enhance strength and longevity. This is not loaded ammunition.

Read 5 Reviews - Average Rating: 5 stars

3220/nickel brass

By Ronald K. on May 06, 2020
best 3220 brass I have used

32-20 Starline

By Bob R. on May 01, 2020
Got tired of scrounging gun show tables scrounging for 32-20 for components. Starline is top quality and have been shooting it for over ten years. Some of my cowboy loads in Starline brass have been loaded over a dozen times and still going strong.

32/20 Starline Nickel Brass

By Leslie C. on Sep 17, 2019
Excellent brass. A little short, but at standard velocities , I should never have to trim. Primer pockets were flat and consistent, I just ran through my size die to round out any out of round necks, deburred, belled necks and loaded. I recommend Starline brass to everyone.

starline 32-20 brass

By W.g. S. on Apr 24, 2019
starline brass is always a good source for hard to find odd caliber brass for reloading. It's quality for reasonal price is always walcome.


By Mark L. on Oct 06, 2018
When it comes to brass, although I am a range rat and I seem to be able to make almost any brass good again, My beloved heirloom Win.1892 , I needed something dependable as you don't find much of this anymore, I picked Nickel for durability although it seems to be slightly harder, something I learned with 10mm.
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