200 Rounds of .308 Win Ammo by Federal Power-Shok Copper - 150gr SCHP

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Ammo Overview

Ammo Quantity - 200 rounds per case; 20 rounds per box
Ammo Manufacturer - Federal
Projectiles - 150 grain solid copper hollow point (SCHP)
Ammo Casings - Boxer-primed brass
Muzzle Velocity - 2,820 fps
Muzzle Energy - 2,648 ft lbs


Listen – if you came to BulkAmmo.com expecting us to say an unkind word about lead, then you’re sorely mistaken. We love lead. But we do understand why you may wish to hunt without a toxic heavy metal projectile, which is why we’re glad to supply you with Federal Power-Shok Copper 308 Win ammunition, too!

This round is rigged out with a 150 grain solid copper hollow point projectile. A copper bullet’s advantages aren’t limited to its nontoxicity. It keeps a barrel much cleaner to conserve a rifle’s accuracy. It can’t deposit unsavory shrapnel in your quarry’s tasty, tasty meat. It can’t suffer from core/jacket separation during penetration for the simple reason that it hasn’t got a jacket. The monolithic bullet is tougher than a lead-core alternative, hence its ability to retain virtually all of its weight as it bores deeply through dense muscle. An SCHP also boasts the streamlined profile and uniform weight distribution that are both requisite for great accuracy. And so long as the bullet strikes its target within about 350 yards, it’s going to deliver the devastating terminal expansion that anchors a deer exactly where it once stood.

Federal loads this lead-free ammo in Anoka, MN with trustworthy primers, reduced-fouling propellant and reusable new brass cases. Our fast shipping is the only thing that could possibly make Federal ammo better!

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