Description

Military Surplus – German – 308 Win – 148 Grain – FMJ – 20 Rounds This 308 Winchester ammunition is German Military surplus, manufactured by Chemnitzer Sportwaffen und Munitionsfabrik GmbH and is believed to be 1990’s production.  This brass cased ammunition is Berdan primed so it is not recommended for reloading. The projectiles are magnetic so you will not be…

WEIGHT 3.5 lbs
DIMENSIONS 3 × 2 × 4 in
BRAND Military Surplus
BULLET TYPE Full Metal Jacket
BULLET WEIGHT 148 Grain
CALIBER 308 Winchester
QUANTITY 20
USE Range
SKU: AM3081-20

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Shot those ammo and won’t buy again. Dirty and underpowered. M1A cannot cycle it.

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shipping is $120 for 1,000 rounds. crazy

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Crazy indeed, shipping for me for 500 rounds is $84. Nuts!

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Maybe it's me, but this feels a little overpriced for 30 year old ammo that's essentially non-reloadable.

I'd probably bite at .40/round, but I can buy new production for this price on sale, or Wolf 145 grain steel cased that shoots <2 MOA in my rifle for .30/round.

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It's actually not really overpriced.... but still something I wouldn't buy. Ammoseek shows the first reloadable cartridges (not berdan-primed or steel) to be around 53c a round.

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Right. And is that new or newish production?

This is 30 year old surplus with steel jacket. It's just dumb to pay that much for this as opposed to new production Wolf steel cased.

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