65-Creedmoor
Since 1976

Unprimed Brass Cases


.308 Win (Large Rifle primer)

.308 Winchester, .308, 7.62mm Nato, 7.62x51mm
2.002 - 2.009 O.A.L.




The venerable .308 Winchester has made quite a name for itself since it was first introduced in 1952. The .308 and its military equivalent, the 7.62x51mm Nato, is a very efficient cartridge that has excellent ballistics, while still being fairly easy on the shoulder. That, and its inherent accuracy have kept it thriving as both a competition and hunting caliber.

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Reviews: 4
Ronald S of Springfield, Virginia
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12/27/2016
I have been using the pistol brass and Starline is tops in quality. I have to say that the 308 Brass is outstanding!! consistent in weight and length. I bought 250, just to test them out and I will be a repeat customer. Thank you for providing a great product at a reasonable price.


David F of Flatwoods, Kentucky
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11/30/2016
As soon as I opened the box, the first thing I thought was "LC brass". This is great brass! Y'all did your homework on this .308 brass! I'm buying more as soon as I finish here. Fine quality stuff. Thanks a lot!


Robert H of Lake Lillian, Minnesota
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11/06/2016
This is the "Good Stuff"!! Bought another brand and it is like one of those throw away aluminum pans for cooking in compared to the brass Starline sells. Oh, sure, I'd use the other stuff, if I find it on the range. But it would be just for plinkin'. For some thing serious, well that's a no brainer. Starline all the way!!


Paul W of Oceanside, California
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10/10/2016
Bottom line: BUY BUY BUY before they raise the price! Excellent value for the money. Purchased 1000 cases when they first released and expected an outstanding product like their pistol brass. Tested 30 random cases and this is what the stats were: OAL Avg: 2.00527 SD: 0.00083 Weight Avg: 188.42 SD: 1.309 VS Lapua Brass OAL Avg: 2.00793 SD: 0.00146 Weight Avg: 173.84 SD: 0.538 Overall: Compared to Lapua brass Starline is about 15 grains heavier per casing. However, their case length is much more consistent than Lapua. I will definitely continue to sort by weight, regardless of manufacturer. Both cases are annealed from the manufacturer and with the increased weight of Starline Brass, I can probably get more reloads than with Lapua.