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BULLETS 1ST - 7.62 (308) 147 GR M80 FMJ - 500 CT

BULLETS 1ST - 7.62 (308) 147 GR M80 FMJ - 500 CT

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Part Number:F-BF-762-M80-147B-b500
BULLETS 1ST - 7.62 (308) 147 GR M80 FMJ - 500 CT

Bullets 1st - 7.62x51 M80 ammunition with a FMJ 147 Grain Bullet, Lead Core & Brass Case. Meets SAAMI specifications. Manufactured at American Marksman facilities. Projectile is magnetic due to Bi-Metal Jacket. Bulk packed to bring real quality at affordable prices. 

Cartridge:  7.62x51 (.308 Win)

Brand Style:  Bullets 1st

Bullet Weight:  147 Grain

Bullet Style:  Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)

Casing: Brass (LC)

Velocity: 2750

Primer:  Boxer Style / Non-Corrosive

Made in the USA

 

4 Stars
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Received ammo in a very timely manner. Upon inspection, I found most rounds to be typical military surplus with some discolored cases. Some cases were excellent. Came up four rounds short of the 500 I ordered. Overall very happy and will reorder if they function correctly.
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Reviewed by:  from Texas. on 5/8/2019
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5 Stars
Great training ammo for inside of 600 yds
This ammo performed much better than I expected for the price. $.40 a round is pretty hard to beat. Accuracy was acceptable for what this ammo was priced at. Groups were 2-3 MOA, test platform was a SCAR-17 that is consistently 1 MOA with FGMM 168's. Actual velocity was 2707 average over 10 shots down the 16" barrel. Of the 120 or so rounds I've shot so far, they've cycled the gun with no problem. I was quite happy with the velocity being close to what was advertised, which is just under 2800 from an 18" barrel so 2707 out of 16" seems quite acceptable. The only thing I could really nitpick about is there was a pretty significant extreme spread in the velocity of about 98 fps. This was represented by 2 velocity outliers though; otherwise the extreme spread was closer to about 40 with a standard deviation of about 18. This is definitely not match ammo, but it's not advertised as such. This is good, affordable, and clean training ammo that's quite usable out to about 600 yds. This ammo does use a bi metal jacket, which is stated in the description which could be a minor gripe if you want to use it at an indoor range since it's magnetic, but it is not steel cored. I verified this by pulling a projectile and doing a cross section. Customer service was also good. I called in to ask about some of the specs and talked to a service rep who emailed me with the details I requested.
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Reviewed by:  from Utah. on 5/20/2019
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