Starline Brass to Expand Rifle Brass Offerings

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posted on January 19, 2017
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Starline, which until now has largely produced handgun brass, will be opening up its line of rifle brass.

The company already makes rifle brass in .308 and .358 Winchester, as well as .444 Marlin and 45-70, but will expand its rifle brass line to include the popular .243 Winchester and .338 Federal.

The new offerings will be available to consumers beginning in early 2017.

For more information, go to StarlineBrass.com.

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