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7.62x51mm - 147 gr FMJ - Magtech - 50 Rounds

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Quick Overview

Quantity - 50 rounds per box
Manufacturer - Magtech
Bullets - 147 grain full metal jacket M80 Ball (FMJ)
Casings - Boxer-primed brass
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Details

Newly manufactured by Magtech Ammunition, this 7.62x51mm M80 ammo is perfect for your 7.62x51mm or 308 win chambered rifle. This high quality ammo is made to NATO specifications!

Each reloadable round boasts a brass casing, full metal jacket bullet, boxer primer, and non-corrosive propellant.

Since 1926 Magtech ammunition has been producing reliable cartridges for shooting enthusiasts worldwide. Magtech ammunition is manufactured using state-of-the-art equipment in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Their manufacturing plant is vertically integrated producing their own powder, primers, brass, and projectiles which allows for tight oversight of quality at every step of the process. Due to their reputation for quality, Magtech Ammunition is now being exported to 50 countries around the world.

Note: This ammo is considered magnetic as M80 ball ammo contains some steel in the bullet's jacket.

Additional Information

Manufacturer Magtech
Condition New
Bullet Weight 147 Grain
Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)
Use Type Range Training
Ammo Casing Brass
Quantity 50
Ammo Caliber .308 (7.62X51)
Manufacturer SKU 762LE
Primer Type Boxer

Comments

Tom Haffner ( Sat, 24 Nov 2012 02:44:50 +0000 ) : Horrible. Would not feed in a Sig 716.
Heidi At Lucky Gunner ( Mon, 26 Nov 2012 13:57:01 +0000 ) : Hi Tom, I'm curious about the age of your 716, magazines used, and if it was cleaned and lubed prior to your firing the Magtech 7.62x51 rounds. These are high quality rounds with a great track record and I'd like to work with you get this sorted out. Also, please email customerservice@luckygunner.com with your order information as a search for an order under your FB name does not return any results.
Jon Mickley ( Thu, 31 Jan 2013 04:55:20 +0000 ) : I bought 200 rounds of what I though was Magtech, fom Ammuniiton to GO, of which I had some 45ACP, but this was CDC from Brazil. OK, no problem give it a try. Brand new, never been fired POF 308 with Magpul magazine. Loaded 20 rounds, fired one, next didn't feed. Manual feed, got off 8 rounds, then no feed. Spent the rest of the magazine doing the same thing...fire once, no feed, manual feed, fire once, no feed....and so it went. Tried two different Magpul magazines, no change. One round at a time. Gave up after 29 rounds. Loaded up a pair of Magpul magazines with Federal 7.62x51. Fired all 20 with nary a hiccup. So I have to ask, "Is the same Magteck ammo sold by Ammuniiton to Go, the same as is sold by Lucky Gunner"? Box looks the same. So now I have 171 rounds that it appears I can file one at a time, but nothing else.
Tom Haffner ( Thu, 31 Jan 2013 05:04:59 +0000 ) : Trade them to someone with an M1. That 308 ammo will not work in "modern" 7.62. It's not "Lucky Ammo's" fault. It's just does not work in the new short barrel gas piston 308.
John Michael Smith ( Wed, 13 Feb 2013 22:04:21 +0000 ) : Just for the heads up. I was speaking with a gentleman at Academy about this ammo because is it made my essentially Prvi Partizan, and it really shoots great out of my bolt action, its just stiff to close the bolt. They heat treat the brass near the projectile and it seats the ammo in the rifle much better and I can shoot quarter size patterns with 8 rounds all day with it. Everyone I have spoke to though has had issues with it working in any full auto guns because the heat treated brass is rougher than normal brass and that's why it "Jams".
Jon Mickley ( Thu, 14 Feb 2013 00:05:29 +0000 ) : In conversations with the POF folks they pretty much said the same thing. But it's not listed as "308 ammo" but 7.62x51. The same Federal worked just fine, along with 20 rounds of Winchester brand .308.
Ralph Sterling ( Wed, 22 Oct 2014 09:21:47 +0000 ) : I have about 2k rounds of this ammo, would not chamber in sig 716, also pulled bullet and it was 145 gr not 147, works great in M1a very tight groups, just fyi for you 716 was new as was mags,

Product Question and Answer

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Q: I have a remington model 700 stainless steel in 308 will shooting 7.62x51 hurt my gun in anyway

Posted On: 2/15/13 By: Paul

A: The 7.62x51 is dimensionally identical to the 308 round, though the pressures are lower than the 308. This round will safely fire in your Remington 700. This practice is similar to shooting .223 ammo in a 5.56 NATO rifle.

Customer Reviews

Decent and clean shooting Review by sirosisofliver
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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)
Don not buy this ammo Review by jp
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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 5/19/13)
Good stuff. Review by Randy
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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)
Good ammo Review by Jackson
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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 12/20/12)
Works for my .308 Ruger No. 1 Review by christopher
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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 12/2/12)

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