Brass (reformed) is available through Buffalo Arms. Dies also by 4D. www.buffaloarms.com Both a bit costly but it sure makes a fine shooter.
Corious, Which of the Krags did you find, Carbine or Musket?
Reason I ask is that I have a near mint bringback WW11 Danish Musket that I have shot a few times with original Norma sporting ammo. Great shooter and quite a powerful round. Still have one full box of the ammo.
`57 Mountie has photos available if anyone wants to take a look.
Whichever model it is it`s a good find in shooting condition.
It is a full length rifle with original sling and what might be a good bore. I have to clean it up a little. Date is 1914 and it has a bunch of markings including small plaque (1/4 x 1/4) on the buttstock. moodyholler
Sometimes the full lenght rifle was referred to as the musket version. It has the outer barrel protective sleve and full lenght wood. Barrel lenght 32 1/2", OAL of 53"
Mine is dated 1917.
Good luck with the cleanup and making a shooter out of it again.
There are some pretty knowledgeable folks there, and they can point you in the right direction for loads, etc. Got a pic you could post? This is quite an effective hunting cartridge, and Norma offered factory ammo for the 8X58 Danish Krag at one time - you might luck into a couple boxes at a gun show. SW