Originally Posted by FloridaGuy
My range does allow reloaded ammunition to be fired.
I asked them about shooting a .44 special load that is loaded in a .44 Magnum brass. They did not seem to have an issue with this as long as I can provide them with the load information.
Most of the .44 Special preloaded ammunition seems to be loaded in aluminum and not brass. That is why I am looking at buying brass for this caliber.
You are golden, then.
None of my 44 magnum guns and only one of my .357s have ever even SEEN a Special case. But 95% of all my loads are mid-range Special power levels. I do this to keep the logistics of my supply of cases simpler. Also, there is the issue of buildup of shooting residue in front of the shorter Special cases.