Bulk 308 Ammo For Sale
History of Bulk 308 Ammo
Development of the 308 Winchester began after WWII and was completed after the Korean Conflict. Although it only served front line soldiers for a short period during Vietnam, it quickly became the precision rifle round of choice for military, police, and civilians.
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Shoots very well
very good ammo
First round stiff coming off the enblock clip but to be expected.Also shot well in the HK & Mauser.Decent value for target shooting.
Shoots well - cleans up well - haven't had any issues in 500 rounds The only caveat is that there's some steel in the bullet - I don't think the entire bullet is steel but we were turned away when we went to shoot at a local indoor rifle range - the fella used a magnet to test the bullets One area where I was surprised was how clean the propellant burns - having listened to some folks talk, I expected to find a mess on the bolt face and in the receiver but that just has not been my experience
I've just finished going through all of my first can of this sweet ammo. Incredibly cheap and reliable, I've not had any issues with my PSA AR-10 while shooting it. Ammo is consistent enough for just shooting away an afternoon and not breaking the bank. I plan to buy more soon!
Great ammo and has very little sulfur smell when shot. Actual projectiles do have steel inside of them. So they are not range legal in California because of environmental hazards. Great value and accurate.
Have to admit that Malasian army surplus made me nervous, but after shooting a few hundred rounds off of my M1A and my Mossberg patriot I'm a believer.
The ammo is priced right and had zero mis-fires so far. As expected, it's a little dirty but effective.
This ammo works quite well in both my .308 semi-autos. It's not overly dirty and you don't run the risk of case fractures that you run with some of the older military surplus ammo. No reloading potential but if you're like me and don't reload but want some reliable plinking ammo this stuff is for you. It's not match grade, it's not reloadable, but it goes bang every time and I've yet to have a FTF/FTE in any of my rifles after around 800 rounds of this stuff. I've run it in 5-6 pistol and rifle calibers so far and had no trouble with any of it. Fair price, fast delivery, I recommend it. Thanks!
I've generally had good experience with sellier and bellot ammo. i will go for that over something like american eagle any day. it doesnt foul the gun up too bad and this .308 didnt cause any issues in my brand new SCAR. i would recommend this or PRVI Partizan (serbian ammo) over bottom of the barrel american stuff like blazer, magtech or american eagle. unfortunately it is FMJ so i had to buy some HP as well to make it shootable at some ranges.
Fired off 60 rounds and they were very consistant at the range I used. It was limited to 200 yards but they performed well. Will buy more when these are gone.
Price was right, so far they have been 100% after shooting about 80 rounds.
Think this ammo is better then me.
Been looking for bulk purchase of this ammo for several months. Ammo.com is the answer to my needs. Thank you for your excellent price, service and quick shipping.
Found that this ammo was clean, reliable and accurate. Was at a good price point.
Big Paul said:
Would of given it a perfect 5, but as you very well know, there ain't nothing perfect in this world. 1) chambered well 2) kept a good tight pattern ( within a inch at 100 yards) 3) ejected fine , without any problems 4) went through 137 rounds ( playing around) and there were no mishaps or any type of problems with the steel casing's IN SUMMARY : FIXING TO ORDER MY SECOND BATCH OF 500 ROUNDS, TODAY !!!
Bought a box and they overall worked fine as far as accuracy, but out of every 20-25 bullets one of them does not fire...bummer
I have shot about 100rds through my springfield M1A. The build is still in process but initial accuracy on this ammo is around 2 to 3 MOA which should be expected from range/milsurp ammo. The cost was very good, I like that it came with a can as well- 308 is heavy! I also like the timely delivery and I will be shopping again when my ammo budget is restored!
I purchased the 960 round case and have shot 60 rounds with 1 FTF. Shoots a tight group and seems to be fairly clean. Excellent range ammo for the cost. I will buy more at the $.52 per round with shipping included.
It’s says that it is 308 Win ammo but it’s actually 7.62x51mm. Just thought it should specify
4 inch groups at 100 yds. 8 inch groups at 200. I had an expert confirm with my LMT platform. We double checked barrel lugs, optic lugs. I switched to Federal and groups were less than 2 inches at 100yds. Day after I had a gunsmith re-check barrel and optics. All checked out.
Sub 2 MOA with service M-14 open sights. Bettered comparable match loads by Hornady, Remington, Black Hills by at least 1/2 MOA. Bring more of this into stock!
This ammo is the best for my Remington 700P and always shoots sub MOA.
Just a guy ~ said:
A small shop by me sells this cheaper than anywhere else… Excellent components & no cutting corners for PMC. Excellent brass for reloading. Most accurate & reliable factory .308 you will find - with the right setup & shooter, you should have no issue driving 1” groups every 100 meters. Have fun & remember firearms safety is 100% on us.
Ordered from ammo net dec 30th arrived in one day superior service an delivery great buy an great ammo for bulk pricing
Bought a case and 2 days later it was delivered. Was disappointed in the shot group from a M1A1, however was pleased when shooting it from an H&K 91. Shot a total of 60 rounds with out any issues of cycling or misfires. As for carbon residue, nothing out of the ordinary. Will order another case for my H&K to kill more golf balls at 100 yards.
I felt like I got a good deal and it was a smooth transaction
I purchased the Federal .308 American Eagle 150 grain FMJ-BT to shoot in my new FN FAL rifle, and boy was I impressed because I had never tried this ammo before. I was shooting at 50 and100 yards and getting .25" to .50" groupings. Also I had some Remington Cor-Lokt with me and it was noticeable that the Federal American Eagle had more recoil than the Remington. As a final note I shot 10 rounds at 250 yds at a clump of grass the size of a basketball and hit it every time from a hilltop on a powerline. Great ammo.