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500 Rounds of .308 Win Ammo by Colt (Barnaul) - 168gr FMJBT

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Ammo Overview

Quantity - 20 rounds per box, 25 boxes per case

Manufacturer - Colt by Silver Bear

Bullets - 168 grain full metal jacket boat-tail (FMJ-BT)

Casings - Berdan-primed zinc-plated steel

500 Rounds of .308 Win Ammo by Colt (Barnaul) - 168gr FMJBT

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Review by Bolt Action Kid
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I shot a box of the Colt .308 ammo at the range last week, all fired with no issues, grouping was okay, more than likely it was me not the ammo for the 2" grouping. I will try again in couple of weeks for a better grouping pattern with the Colt .308 ammo. (Posted on 7/16/13)

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Q: Is the projectile have steel in it and magnetic? My range lets me shoot steel case, but no steel core.

Posted On: 9/12/14 By: Sami

A: Hello Sami, These 168gr. FMJ rounds by Colt in .308 do have a lead core, but they sometimes have a bi-metal jacket so they will attract a magnet. For non-magnetic rounds, I would suggest a brass cased round.