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The .308 Match is our small primer version of the .308 Winchester case. Many competitive shooters prefer the consistent velocities produced by small rifle primers. Like all of our other small primer rifle cases, we utilize our standard .080" flash hole diameter, as we feel it gives better ignition with slower burning and harder to ignite powders, making it more user friendly than many of the small primer/small flash hole versions of this caliber*.

For the Large Rifle Primer version, please see our .308 Win.

*As with all types of cases this large with small primer pockets, it will require care in powder and primer selection in cooler temperatures to prevent hang fires. Single-based propellents are generally easier to ignite and a quality primer such as the Remington 7 1/2 BR are recommended.



  250 for $136.50
$0.55/each

  500 for $259.00
$0.52/each

  1000 for $489.00
$0.49/each

* Starline Brass does not sell any loaded ammunition. What you are purchasing are brass cases only and will need to be loaded into ammunition in order to be fired from a firearm.



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John H
Montgomery, AL
October 04, 2019
Product Review
I've been an L-brass fanboy for rifle brass for years, but have used Starline in a number of competition pistols. Chambering an FTR rifle in 308 (master shooter), I had to give these a try. I was blown away at the weight, thickness, and case capacity consistency. My loads are giving a slightly lower ES and SD than other premium brass, which translates to performance on target. I will be buying some 5.56 to try in my daughter's FTR rifle, and I expect to have similar amazing results.

Brian Mudd
Green Bay, Wisconsin
November 11, 2018
Product Review
Got 1000 of these. Weighted them all. Heaviest was 174.1gr. and the lightest 171.5 gr., for an Extreme spread of 2.6 gr. The majority weighed between 172.3 and 173.2 a spread of only .9 grs. I started to uniform the flash hole and remove any brass caused when the flash hole was formed. I quit after 50 rounds with virtually nothing removed. Very Uniform. Will be shooting these at the SWN in Phoenix in February and will know more then.