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|Bullet Weight||147 Grain|
|Bullet Type||Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)|
|Use Type||Range Training|
|Ammo Caliber||.308 (7.62X51)|
|Cost Per Round||$1.28 per round|
Decent and clean shooting
Review by sirosisofliver. (Posted on 11/20/13)
I tried 100 rounds through my SAR-8, and had no FTE, FTF, and seemed to shoot cleaner than Herter's steel cased ammo. It grouped fairly well for target shooting, and is a good option.
(Posted on 11/20/13)
1 of 5
Don not buy this ammo
Review by jp. (Posted on 5/18/13)
This ammo has bad brass the case swells upon firing and jams in the M1A chamber. It needs to be pounded out with a single piece solid cleaning rod. It also gets jammed in a Remington 700 bolt action.
(Posted on 5/18/13)
2 of 5
Review by Randy. (Posted on 2/22/13)
I ordered some of this ammo, the shippment was fast and the ammo shoots about a half inch group at a hundred yards. No problems. It also reloads pretty good.
(Posted on 2/22/13)
3 of 5
Review by Jackson. (Posted on 12/19/12)
Good ammo to train with. Plan on reloading the brass when these are gone. I would order this ammo again as it functioned well in my M1A with zero issues. Groups were acceptable but I was not particularly concerned with this since was looking for reasonably priced ammo to stock up on for practice sessions. Overall a good experience with LG.
(Posted on 12/19/12)
4 of 5
Works for my .308 Ruger No. 1
Review by christopher. (Posted on 12/1/12)
I can't speak to those of you using faster-firing rifles, but I bought a bunch of these to sight in my new single shot Ruger No.1 and to have some fun firing and getting used to the rifle. What's to jam in a single shot? But still, they certainly loaded as they're supposed, to, fired when they were supposed to and ejected cleanly. I'd never used Brazilian ammo before so I was a little skeptical, though I trusted Lucky Gunner not to sell me crap.
I don't know how they'd serve as a hunting load - I paid up for a box of Hornady 150 gr. for that, but these grouped really well at 100 yds) I didn't measure because I didn't really care, but a nice tight fit on the target. I did have to adjust the sights about an inch up and an inch right when I switched to the Hornady load - that much of a difference surprised me but I'm more of a hunter than a knowledgable shooter, so what do I know? Didn't seem like a flaw, just a lesson in cartridge loads for this neophyte.
The cardboard box they shipped in didn't survive transit but at half the price of a Hornady, I can pour fifty rounds of these in one of my parka's pocket and all the saved money in another. Good deal.
(Posted on 12/1/12)
5 of 5
Posted On: 2/14/13 By: Paul
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