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|Bullet Weight||174 Grain|
|Bullet Type||Full Metal Jacket Boat Tail (FMJ-BT)|
|Ammo Caliber||7.5x55 Swiss|
|Muzzle Velocity (fps)||2560|
|Muzzle Energy (ft lbs)||2535|
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Why bother handloading.....
......when GP 11 is available!!??
Will the days of case lots of GP 11 ever show up in the $240 range again!
Because it’s such good stuff that trying to improve on accuracy from your K31 is an effort in futility.
I can’t post a pic I took of a 5 shot group shot at 100 yards, GP 11.......332”!
Admittedly I was using a Model 70 1954 vintage, Target, Shilen heavy barrel match chamber and not a 1911, K 11 or K 31 it it demonstrates the inherent
accuracy of GP11
Interesting that when using GP 11 on steel it leaves no crater, not even a dimple! Just a big splash. Cupro nickel jacket. I wish someone would test it on ballistic gel because I suspect there’s a method to the Swiss madness. FMJ per Geneva Convention but what happens when it encounter a wool coat and flesh.
One thing for sure.....the Germans didn’t want to find out.
Hard to beat
Plain and simple... You will not find better ammunition for your K31. Want to hunt? Get 168gr soft point or whatever it is that you like to harvest game with and Mexican load it. Shoot and confirm your dope and call me in the morning.
Best production match ammo on Earth.
Title says it all. Very consistent and has a lot of power behind it. Very uncommon to see hot surplus FMJ with this level of consistency. Actually best one out there period. I heard they are producing it again in Switzerland so that means I won't cry a river when the surplus dries out like many great ones have.
More great ammo
The GP11 - 7.5mm ammo has been and still is being used by the Swiss Army. I have been shooting my K31 since 1966 and 3 barrels later he stills shoots like a charm out to 500m.
Check out the RUAG Ammotec website, they manufacture some great sniper ammo called the SWISS P and some of it is available on the civilian side, the FMJ Ball and the HPBT/OTM Target. Their .308 Win 175gr Match round is absolutely awesome, great performance and consistency, some of the best off the shelf ammo I've ever shot. RUAG Ammotec has a US subsidiary in Tampa, FL.
If I didn't already have a k31, I'd buy a Swiss k31 just to shoot this ammo. Even with iron sights, the gun and ammo will make you look like a better shot than you probably are. Now, when can we get the Swiss to make this in 308 or 556??
A must buy for Swiss owners
Packaging is awesome. Made in 1983, it's flawless. Ordered Sunday, delivered Wednesday. Been a while since it's been around and the price is unbeatable. My 31s will be fed for a long time. Thanks LG.
Bought a case about a year ago. Fired about half of it so far. After putting one of the clamp on scope mounts and a Vortex Crossfire II 4-12x44 scope on it, I'm shooting about 3/4 in groups at 100 yrds. Amazing value. Wish i shot the gun more often to justify buying another case.
And they call this stuff surplus?! Packaging is great, rounds look better than much of the new hunting ammo I use. Non-corrosive match grade surplus at a great price, with great service like always. Shoots great too!
Super quick shipping great price. Will definitely order again.
Can't find this ammo locally. Shipping was super quick ordered on Sunday received it on Wednesday. Price was very good among the best online. I will definitely be ordered from Lucky Gunner again!
Best Mil-Surp You Can Buy
Excellent ammo, sealed in original packaging, brass is nice and shiny. The two cases I received were 1979 production which is a little earlier than the case I got from Sportsman's Guide, but worked just fine. No misfires from about 50 rounds. Should keep my K31 well fed for years to come. Fast shipping and quick turnaround.
Great Ammo, Fast Shipping, Good Price
My first order from Lucky Gunner didn't disappoint. GP11 is great ammo for the price. The only downfall is it's Berdan primed, but at .52 cents a round its a STEAL! This ammo will shoot more accurately than I ever could.
Fast delivery. Fair price
Anyone into Swiss rifles knows that GP11 is hard to improve upon for accuracy. Lately it's been impossible to find but LG had some. Bought a battle pack immediately and it arrived in a few days. Very pleased. Regarding GP11 accuracy... I have a Model 70 Pre 64 Target with a custom heavy match barrel. It's 1/2 MOA all day long with GP11. Pretty good with old milsurp ammo. Like I said, hard to improve upon.
This ammo is top notch. It is shipped in a durable case for storage and is in excellent shape. I shot about 50 rounds through my K31 and it shoots like Match ammo - very accurate and no misfires. Good ammo for a low price. I also appreciate the prompt service and shipping I received from Lucky Gunner.
Feel better is you have a stack of this on-hand
Price was good, shipping and packaging was top notch.
Seems like this GP-11 comes and goes into the US. Get some while you can.
This stuff is very accurate, hard hitting. Don't use on steel under 100 yds or it will leave a divot. (Nickel Jacket)
great ammo, great price, fast shipping
This is first rate ammo, have used for a long time. Very accurate. Wish it were easily reloadable. Price is better than before the outage of ammo recently. Only wish I could afford more at this time.
Promptly received 2 1983' cases which were both undamaged. The rounds are bright and shiny and look like they were packaged yesterday. Cant go wrong with these at this price. Buy em cheap and stack em deep while you can.
Great ammo, great supplier
Excellent cartridge for my k31. 2 inch group of 10 rounds at 300yds scoped. Berdan primed, so not reloadable by me. However, others grab the good brass as fast as the k31 ejects it. Case delivered with seal intact. Glad to see available stock after a long drought.
This is my first purchase with LuckyGunner. My next order will be with LuckyGunner. I like that they contact you via phone to confirm your first purchase. Apologies LG, thought you were a telemarketer and hung up the first time. Glad you tried again and got through. 5 stars for the product, 5 stars for LG.
Had searched for MONTHS for this ammo, and it finally came in at Lucky Gunner FIRST! Hard to find these days. But, I had seen this ammo on "bid" sites for $480 and UP, and TWICE the shipping cost! GREAT price, and delivered extremely quickly. Wish my discretionary funds allowed me to by MORE! Thanks!
I placed my order on the morning of June 7 and had the ammo here by 9:00 on the 9th of June! I haven't fired any of the ammo yet but, if it is like everything else made by the Swiss it should be dang near perfect. Thank you, Lucky Gunner, for EXCELLENT service!
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This is the best bang for the buck K31 surplus ammo. The Germans loaded these perfectly and used easily reloadable brass cases. Such a shame this great rifle doesn't have enough fans stateside to get major ammo manufacturers to start loading 7.5 swiss. Awesome round.
Great, great, great!
Great product, great price and great customer service. This was my first order and will hopefully be the first of many to come. The ammo (swiss 7.5x55)was exactly as advertised, priced better than anywhere else and the customer service was exceptional and fast.
Excellent Ammo for the K31 Lover
This ammo runs very well in my 1953 K31. Out of 120~ rounds fired in two range trips I've had two light primer strikes, one on my first trip and the second on my second trip. I've been keeping tabs on when these failures happen to check if there is a pattern, but there doesnt appear to be any. I'll test more with a seperate rifle to see if these are a fault of my gun or if its just bad primers.
Aside from the two failures to fire, the ammo is very accurate (shooting at 300~ yards) and doesnt have much recoil, and I weigh lighter than a feather which says something. The price is good if you buy in bulk, being similar to Steel cased .308.
I would highly reccomend buying this ammo in bulk if you enjoy weekend range trips with friends or by yourself.
I'll be ordering again!
I purchased a full case of these mil surp rounds
They come in a black wax case with the mfg seal.
Inside, there are paper and foil wrapped,
hermetically sealed boxes. Excellent condition!
I only needed 20 rounds at the range at
100 yards to see that these were top quality
rounds. Nice brass, which I will definately
reload. Great deal, prompt service, and a
network of convenient dealers to accept
my NY delivery. Thanks so much! Al
Back to Future Basics
Quality ammunition for an excellent bolt action, iron sighted rifle, the Swiss K31. The ammunition is packed amazingly well and shoots better than I can shoot without a rifle sled of some kind. At 200 yards, ok meters, this ammunition is superb. I suspect it would do very well in a sporterized K31 which with my eyes that would be the only way to make meaningful performance evaluations past 300 yards.
This ammunition compares well to 30.06 and .308 in cost. Considering that I would not put a scope on my K31, anymore than I would do the same to an M1 Garand then the K31 with this ammunition is an excellent combination that probably would out perform most off the shelf bolt action .308 or 30.06 rifles.
"Back to the Future" considering highly accurate ammunition made 33 years ago fired from a rifle made 60 years ago. My batch of GP11 was made on 11th of February 1981, to use the European date order. I will keep purchasing this ammunition to keep my supply drought proof. I have no worries about its shelf life due to the quality of manufacturing and exceptional packaging.
Typical GP11 quality, but NOT 1992 manufactured rounds as the product image suggests
GP11 is the 'gold standard' for K31s, and I ordered a crate on the bad assumption that it would be of a comparable vintage to the 1992 lot depicted in the item description on Lucky Gunner's site. No such luck-- I received a 1981-era box instead. It's not a bad lot of bad ammo (I don't think there is such a thing for GP11), but it wasn't the late vintage stuff I'd expected, and I could have gotten early '80s GP11 elsewhere for less. Oh well...
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