Thursday, November 9, 2017
Starline Rolls Out 6.8 SPC and 7mm-08 Rifle Calibers
SEDALIA, MO – Starline Brass has recently rolled out more new rifle cases for their growing rifle brass line. Now, reloaders can load 6.8 SPC and 7mm-08 ammo using a high-quality Starline case.
The 6.8 SPC was designed for the military as a cartridge that landed between the 5.56mm NATO and the 7.62mm NATO. Built for the AR-15/M-4 platform, the 6.8 SPC offers better knockdown power than the 5.56mm, without sacrificing much magazine capacity or adding much recoil.
The 6.8 SPC works very well in short barreled rifles and is an easy conversion for an AR-15, requiring only a barrel, bolt, and magazine swap. It's a great AR-15 caliber for hunting, especially for recoil-sensitive shooters. Starline's new 6.8 SPC brass is safe to use in both 6.8 SPC and 6.8 SPC II chambers.
The 7mm-08 is a flat-shooting, mild-recoiling caliber that has a devout following of both hunters and competition shooters. A wide selection of 7mm (.284") caliber bullets makes the 7mm-08 a very flexible cartridge.
The 7mm-08 is available chambered in semi-auto and bolt action rifles, single-shots and a few pistols. While the 7mm-08 Remington was commercially manufactured first in the early 1980's, its roots can be traced back to the late 50's as a popular wildcat cartridge.
today to order Starline's new 6.8 SPC and 7mm-08 brass factory direct, and to see Starline's full line of high-quality handgun brass and growing line of high-quality rifle brass.
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 their team of employees has distinguished Starline from the competition. Starline manufactures a growing line of handgun and rifle cartridge brass cases, 100% made in America.
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