M A K I N G
American-based company Starline Brass has added another rifl e
calibre, the .222 Remington Triple Deuce, to its growing line-up of
high-quality rifl e brass.
Starline’s new .222 Remington
rifl e brass is produced with
the same demanding quality
control standards that Starline has
become known for and is available
for half the price of comparable
Introduced in 1950 by
Remington, the .222 Remington
is one of the most popular and
versatile cartridges available. A
popular target cartridge from its
introduction until the mid-1970s,
the .222 Remington still enjoys a
reputation for inherent accuracy.
It is a popular varmint cartridge
at short and medium ranges, with
preferred bullet weights of 40-55
grains and muzzle velocities from
3,000 to 3,500 fps.
A wide selection of bullets is
available for the .222 Remington.
It is a very versatile cartridge that
can be applied on a shooting
bench looking over prairie dog
town or for hunting several other
kinds of small game.
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 rifl e case line now
includes .243 Remington, .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
Starline is a family-owned
business that prides itself on
producing the highest quality
brass cases available at the
best possible price. For more
than 40 years, Starline’s unique
manufacturing process and
commitment from its team of
employees has distinguished
Starline from the competition.
Starline manufactures a full line
of handgun cartridge cases and
has recently begun producing
rifl e brass.
pany Starline Brass has added another rifle