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Posted On: 10/10/2022
A: Thanks for reaching out Jeff! That's a sensible question. You see, the M1 Garand's operating rod can get damaged by the higher chamber pressure of some modern 30-06 cartridges. When 30-06 ammo is loaded to M2 ball specifications, that just means its chamber pressure is low enough that it won't damage the antique's sensitive parts. Your modern bolt action rifle will have absolutely zero issues firing 30-06 that's loaded to the M1 Garand's preferred lower chamber pressure. It's basically like asking a guy who can bench 300 pounds to bench 280 pounds.
Posted On: 6/26/2022
By: Michael Galvin
A: Thanks for reaching out Michael! We'll update this can's price tag as soon as we get more in stock. We constantly update our inventory, so I hope you'll check back in again soon!
Posted On: 2/9/2022
By: Jeff Larson
A: Thanks for reaching out Jeff! I cannot promise exactly when we'll get a certain type of ammunition back in stock, and we don't have a system in place to alert our customers when ammo is back in stock. We do update our inventory very often, so I hope you'll check back in again soon!
Posted On: 7/10/2020
By: Bill Andrejczyk
A: Sorry, but we are not able to ship ammo to Massachusetts due to the state's strict laws.
Posted On: 6/20/2020
By: Jeff Larson
A: Our apologies, we do not ship to California.
Posted On: 1/24/2020
A: Hello Richard, the M1 Garand 30.06 ammo has a lower pressure than standard 30.06 ammo so that the gas system on the M1 Garand functions properly. Given that your Savage is bolt action it should would just fine, just with a loss of velocity due to the lower pressure. Prvi Partizan produces quality budget friendly ammo!
Posted On: 11/20/2019
By: Russ Jones
A: Hi Russ, yes this product would be okay for a Springfield M-1903a3. The ammo labeled M1 Garand is a lower presssure version of the 30-06.
Posted On: 9/24/2019
A: The M1 Garand 30.06 ammo has a lower pressure than standard 30.06 ammo so that the gas system on the M1 Garand functions properly. I would suggest checking with the manufacturer to verify if there are any specific ammo requirements.
Posted On: 8/11/2019
By: Heres your sign
A: Hi! Yes, this ammo is perfect for your M1! Prvi makes some of the highest quality rounds of any company! The surplus makes this particular round a great bargain.
Posted On: 5/29/2018
A: Hi Chuck,
This ammo is brass-cased and has a lead core and copper jacket. It will not attract a magnet.
Posted On: 3/7/2018
By: Scott M
A: Hello Scott,
This specific 500 round offering from Prvi Partizan does come packaged in an ammo can.
Posted On: 8/16/2016
A: Hello Ben!
This ammunition is manufactured using all newly manufactured components. As a result, the ammunition is loaded with completely non-corrosive powders and primers.
Posted On: 8/28/2014
By: Bob Girdner
A: Hello Bob,
These 150gr. FMJ rounds by Prvi Partizan in .30-06 do not have crimped primers. They have a lead core, copper jacket, and a brass case and are great for reloading.
Posted On: 8/7/2014
A: Hi Jake, The CMP folks were correct in that most 30-06 ammunition that you see today on the shelf such as Remington Core-Lokt is loaded to a higher pressure than desired for the M1 Garand. This newly manufactured 30-06 ammunition by Prvi Partizan is specifically loaded to the recommended pressures of the M1 Garand and will be perfect for you.
Posted On: 7/7/2014
By: Rick Nottage
A: Hello Rick,
No, these 150gr. FMJ rounds by Prvi Partizan in .30-06 do not attract a magnet. They have a lead core, copper jacket, and a brass case.
Posted On: 2/5/2014
By: Gary Tindall
A: Hello Gary,
Yes, you can shoot these 150gr. FMJ rounds by Prvi in your rifle. They are designed to work with the M1 Garand so they are loaded to a lower chamber pressure which will result in a lower velocity, but they will function fine in your rifle.