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308 - 150 Grain FMJ - Red Army Standard - 500 Rounds

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Quantity - 20 rounds per box; 25 boxes per case
Manufacturer - Red Army Standard
Bullets - 150 grain full metal jacket (FMJ)
Casings - Berdan-primed steel
Manufacturer Red Army Standard
Condition New
Bullet Weight 150 Grain
Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)
Ammo Casing Steel
Quantity 500
Ammo Caliber .308 (7.62X51)
Manufacturer SKU AM3090
Primer Type Berdan
Muzzle Velocity (fps) 2800
Muzzle Energy (ft lbs) 2611
Attracts Magnet Yes
UPC Barcode R110620207366
Use Type
Range Training
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Just to be sure, this 308 Win ammo was not made for the Workers' and Peasants' Red Army by the Soviet Union and then stored in a rickety warehouse for several decades. “Red Army Standard” ammo is made in Russia – very recently, and with non-corrosive Berdan primers that won’t blast the inside of your rifle with caustic residues.

This 308 ammo is a budget-friendly choice for target shooting because it contains so much steel, which is a much cheaper metal than the copper that is usually used to make bullet jackets and cases. This round’s 150 grain bullet possesses a deformation-resistant bimetal jacket. It’s copper-washed on the exterior and has a lead core, but the steel which comprises the majority of a bimetal jacket does indeed make this bullet magnetic.

Steel cases drive this ammo’s price tag even lower. They are designed to cycle efficiently through any kind of rifle, and they are also coated with low-friction and corrosion-resistant polymer. Steel’s main shortcoming? It doesn’t have the ability to contract back to its original dimensions following ignition, which makes reloading a steel case so difficult that it’s usually best not to bother trying!
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