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Starline Brass Now Offering 5.56x45mm Rifle Brass

Starline Brass Now Offering 5.56x45mm Rifle Brass
Starline Brass has added another rifle caliber, the 5.56x45mm to their line-up of rifle brass. Starline’s new 5.56x45mm rifle brass is produced with the same quality control standards that Starline has become known for, and is available for half the price of comparable quality cases.

The 5.56x45mm NATO is the military version of the .223 Remington, which is one of the most widely used centerfire cartridges today. Starline’s 5.56x45mmbrass is identical to Starline’s .223 Remington brass except for a slight change in the metallurgy making it harder at the base of the case.

To order Starline’s 5.56x45mm rifle cases please visit a dealer near you or order factory direct online at www.starlinebrass.com.

At Starline, multiple hand and machine inspections ensure cosmetic and dimensional characteristics meet the highest level of exacting standards. All Starline cases are contained between each step of the manufacturing process to maintain superior quality and consistency.

Starline’s high-quality rifle case line now includes .222 Remington, .243 Winchester, .223 Remington, 6.5 Grendel, 6 Creedmoor and 6.5 Creedmoor (both available with small and large primer pockets), 300 AAC Blackout, 7mm-08 and .260 Remington.

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