Starline Brass turns .243 Winchester from OK to OMG – Savage Telekinesis

Does brass make that big a difference? YES, and I’ll show you the results.

Savage Telekinesis Playlist:
Savage 12FV Mile Rifle Playlist:

1. RCBS Brass Boss:
2. RCBS Chargemaster Lite:
3. RCBS Rock Chucker Supreme Press:
4. Starline .243 Winchester Brass:
5. Alliant Reloder 16 Powder

1. Savage 12FV in 243 Winchester
2. Bushnell Match Pro 6-24x50mm Scope:
3. Weaver 30mm Low Rings:
4. Champion Bipod:
5. Champion Cylinder Rear Bag:

I made a mistake a while back. I thought I had printed my best groups in my 243 Winchester Savage 12FV (Telekinesis) using Remington brass. The more garbage targets and ugly velocity charts I saw, the more it became obvious that Remington was holding me back. So I made the switch to Starline brass, and immediately turned trash into treasure. Each case is made with extreme precision, especially its internal capacity. Each of the five cases I measured contained EXACTLY 53.5 grains of water. Does it make a difference, though? Yes. The Starline cases produced smooth velocity curves and predictable placement on paper. Watch and see what groups I can print.

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Kyle Broderick, The Social Regressive



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