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800 Rounds of .303 British Ammo by Military Surplus - 174 grain FMJ

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Ammo Overview

Quantity - 20 rounds per box; 40 boxes per crate
Manufacturer - P.O.F. Surplus
Bullets - 174 grain FMJ
Casings - Berdan-primed Brass


This is some hard-to-find surplus ammunition that is perfect for your .303 British rifle! This ammo was manufactured in the 1960's and has been stored in plastic bags inside wooden crates for long-term storage. All the necessary precautions were taken to make sure this ammo makes it to your door in great condition!

This box features 800 rounds that are brass cased and berdan primed. Surplus ammo can be hard to find, so grab a case today!

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Posted On: 4/27/2020 By: jeffw

A: Hello Jeff! We were told by the importer that this ammo is non-corrosive. Still, we strongly encourage you to clean your rifle as though it was corrosive, because we just can't make 100 percent sure. We'd hate to see an old Lee-Enfield get knocked out of commission.

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