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20 Rounds of .308 Win Ammo by PMC - 147gr FMJBT

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  • $14.50 each if you buy 10 and save 3%

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Quantity - 20 rounds per box
Manufacturer - PMC
Bullet - 147 grain full-metal jacket boat tailed (FMJ-BT)
Casing - Boxer-primed brass
Manufacturer Item # - 308B

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This .308 Winchester ammo made by PMC is an excellent choice for getting accurate shots from your rifle at the range or in the field. Made to exacting specifications, these rounds come 20 to a box and propel a 147-grain boat-tailed full metal jacket bullet at 2,780 feet per second. Each round is cased with boxer-primed reloadable brass.

Poongsan Corporation, the makers of PMC ammo, have manufactured high quality ammunition products since the 1960s. The company's large production capacity has ensured that its products are available in large quantities to its primary customer, the South Korean military, as well as the American shooting sports market. PMC ammo has achieved success in the US thanks to the company's strong focus on quality control and ability to deliver good ammo at low prices.

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Posted On: 11/1/13 By: JP

A: These rounds are lead core and will not attract a magnet. You should be good to go to shoot these in California.

Posted On: 9/2/13 By: orry

A: Generally speaking, the 308 round should be fired only in a 308 chamber/barrel. Most manufacturers, like PMC, will load their 308 rounds to be acceptable in both 308 and 7.62x51 rifles, with a loading closer to the 7.62 round. (This is similar to the .223 Rem and 5.56 NATO differences). Special attention should be taken with older rifles as these chambers designated for the 7.62 round may not safely tolerate a 308 round.

Posted On: 10/17/11 By: Donald

A: In a PTR-91, this should perform similarly to any other 147-150gr FMJBT projectile.

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