Starline Brass adds .222 Remington Brass to product lineup
Starline Brass introduces a new rifle caliber to its lineup of brass, announcing the .222 Remington “Triple Deuce.”
Produced with the same standards as Starline’s current offerings, the .222 Remington rifle brass offers versatility to shooters looking to take it to the range or out in the field. The cartridge itself was introduced in 1950 by Remington and has made itself a popular option for targets in short to medium ranges. Starline says preferred bullet weights are in the 40 to 55-grain arena with muzzle velocities from 3,000 to 3,500 feet-per-second.
“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,” Starline said in a news release.
Starline already boasts rifle cases including .243 Remington, .223 Remington, 6.5 Grendel, 6mm Creedmoor, 6.5 Creedmoor, .300 AAC Blackout, 7mm-08 and .260 Remington. The .222 Remington adheres to Starline’s quality control standards, undergoing multiple hand and machine inspections prior to rolling out factory doors.
The .222 Remington brass is priced at $90 for a box of 250, $160 for a box of 500 and $300 for a case of 1,000 cartridges.
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