Starline Brass Adds .243 Win. Cases To Line-Up

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posted on June 23, 2017
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Starline Brass has added one of the most popular rifle calibers around, the .243 Winchester, to their expanding line-up of rifle brass. The new .243 Win. rifle brass is produced with the same demanding quality control standards that Starline’s manufacturing processes have been renowned for.

Introduced in 1955 by Winchester, the .243 Win. is one of the most popular (and versatile) cartridges available. Derived from the .308 Win., low recoil and a flat trajectory make it an ideal all-around cartridge. The excellent accuracy potential of the .243 Win. makes it a popular choice for all shooters.

There is a wide selection of bullets available for the .243 Win. This cartridge that can be applied on a shooting bench looking over prairie dog town, waiting for a whitetail from 15 feet high in a tree, or at a long range rifle match.

Starline plans to offer even more rifle cases in the future, including .223 Rem., 6.5 Creedmoor (small and large primer pockets), 7 mm-08 and .260 Rem.

To order Starline’s .243 Win rifle cases online, visit www.starlinebrass.com.

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