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.30 Carbine Ammo Quick Facts
The .30 carbine ammo was developed in conjunction with the M1 Carbine for WWII.
.30 carbine ammunition is comparable to a magnum revolver in stopping power when using FMJ.
To find bulk .30 carbine ammo, use the "Sort By" toggle at the top of the page.
M1 .30 carbine ammo is available in 110 grain FMJ or Soft Point bullets.