Starline Adds .338 Federal To Its Product Line – 6.5 Creedmoor, .300 Blackout And More To Follow Soon

If you are a reloader you know the name Starline brings quality to the table. To make things even better for the rifle reloader Starline adds .338 Federal brass to its ever-growing lineup of high-quality rifle brass.

In 2006, Federal and Sako worked together to bring the new .338 Federal cartridge into the marketplace. The .338  was introduced in 2006 by Federal and Sako. Those shooters looking for magnum level muzzle energies in a cartridge that provides less felt recoil might want to take a close look at the .338 Federal. Bonus for it fitting into an AR-10 magazine without reducing magazine capacity.

So sure, .338 Federal is exciting for some reloaders but the really exciting announcement hid in the ‘coming soon’ section of the press release. They will be rolling out 6.5 Creedmoor and .300 Blackout cases in the near future. This is of interest to me since I have a couple of .300 Blackout rifles as well as at least one 6.5 Creedmoor being built with another in the safe.

Adding yet another great source of quality brass to the list is a welcome addition for not only me, but likely many other reloaders. If you want to learn more visit Starline Brass on their website. MSRP for the new brass starts ar $145 for 250 cases.

Patrick R

Patrick is a Senior Writer for The Firearm Blog and works in the shooting sports industry. He is an avid recreational shooter and a verified gun nerd. With a lifelong passion for shooting, he has a love for all types of firearms, especially handguns and the AR-15 platform. Patrick may be contacted at

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  • Aono

    If they go with small rifle primers for 6.5CM, they will not be able to make the cases fast enough for demand.

    • Patrick R. – Senior Writer

      Agreed. I can’t wait to see what they roll out.

  • JumpIf NotZero

    WTF? Did the case heads give testimony against someone? What kind of marketing material pixelates the head stamp?