Starline Brass Holiday Giveaway Aids Veterans

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posted on December 28, 2017
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One dollar will be donated by Starline Brass to Retrieving Freedom—a non-profit organization dedicated to training service dogs to serve the needs of our country’s veterans—for every entry in the company’s Holiday Giveaway that is received on or before Jan. 4. It’s free, and you can enter once on each of the remaining days to improve your chances of taking home the reloading package. In addition, Starline is also donating $1 for every order it receives during the event.

The lucky winner will take home a Hornady Lock-N-Load AP reloading press, three $100 Safariland gift cards, eight pounds of Hodgdon powder (winner’s choice), a gift certificate for 500 Sierra bullets, 500 Starline cases (both determined by the winner) and an American flag that was flown over the U.S. Capitol in honor of service dogs placed with veterans from Retrieving Freedom. The person will also get to name the next puppy the non-profit organization trains and places.

“Our training program isn’t designed to train each dog to follow a certain program,” Retrieving Freedom explains on its website. “Instead, dogs are trained to meet the needs of their specific recipient. The dogs go through more than two years of training to meet our strict standards for a successful placement.” In addition, “The service dogs we train help improve the lives of the people they are placed with. Not only do they help with specific chores and perform tasks associated with their training, but they also offer companionship and unconditional love.” The organization also works with adult diabetics and children with autism.

Starline Brass is a family-owned business with a growing line of handgun and rifle brass cases that are 100 percent made in America. With more than 40 years of experience, the unique manufacturing process and commitment to quality has fueled its growth into its current 30,000-square-foot manufacturing facility in Sedalia, MO.

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