Yes they can but they use small pistol primers unlike most other .45ACP manufacturers. This presents two problems.
1) You must keep this brass separate from other brass that uses the traditional large pistol primers.
2) You may not be able to use the automated priming on progressive machines.
answered 1 week, 3 days ago
yes and yes
answered 1 month, 3 weeks ago
Yes and Yes!
answered 2 months, 3 weeks ago
I am not a re-loader. I picked up two 100-round boxes (rules were still in place, and guys I knew were in line, so didn't want to empty the shelf).
The guy in the next lane to me at the range the next time (see him often, and save my 357 for him) was picking up his brass, and brought a few 45 casings to me, asking if I was picking up mine. Said no, he could have it, and he explained it was great for him if I'd let him have it (my range rules are strict about that, as they sell the brass - getting a free pass as retired LE, I leave the brass most times).
He asked me to keep it for him in addition to the 357.
I guess that means an experienced re-loader wants that brass. It says what it says.
answered 5 months, 2 weeks ago
Yes they can and are
answered 1 year, 8 months ago