New: Starline .350 Legend Brass

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posted on July 22, 2019
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Starline Brass has added the new .350 Legend cartridge to its lineup of rifle brass. The company added rifle brass to its inventory a few years back.

The .350 Legend cartridge was developed by Winchester and approved by SAAMI in January 2019, amid much fanfare.

The new rifle brass offering from Starline is available in 250-count packs for $71, 500-count packs for $131.50 and 1000-count packs for $242.50.

The tapered case has a rebated rim that is compatible with the standard .223 Rem. bolt face found on AR15 rifles. This straightwall cartridge can also be used for hunting in a few states. With a .355-inch diameter bullet, the .350 Legend cartridge boasts impressive ballistics, along with minimal recoil.

Visit StarlineBrass.com for more information.


See more: New Starline Rifle Brass In .348 & .375 Winchester.

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