960 Rounds of .308 Win Ammo by Hirtenberger - 146gr FMJ

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Ammo Overview

Manufacturer - Hirtenberger
Bullets - 146 grain Full Metal Jacket
Casings - Non-corrosive Berdan-primed brass
Quantity - 960 rounds per case
Muzzle Velocity - 2741 fps
Note: Boxes are printed with "7.62" but this ammo is loaded to 308 Win specs


Hirtenberger has been known for its quality of manufacture and consistency in precision for decades. This surplus .308 ammunition is no exception. With a clean, non-corrosive firing experience, it cycles smoothly through your rifle with no issues. Time and time again customers find this product is top quality and well worth the price at $0.55 cents per round in this 960-round offering.

This 146 grain Full Metal Jacket (FMJ) round is fired at 2,741 fps with consistent accuracy at mid-to-long range. The bullet is magnetic due to the steel in the FMJ. The muzzle energy produced is 2,428 ft-lbs. Manufactured to the specifications of the .308 Win ammunition, it can be used in compatible firearms. The casings are non-corrosive Berdan-primed brass and are regarded as some of the toughest and cleanest casings on the market. Produced in Austria, Hirtenberger ammunition is made to exacting standards and will not fail in uniformity.

We are proud to offer this effective ammunition at such a reasonable price to our customers. Enjoy your Hirtenberger .308 as we know you will!

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Posted On: 12/4/2017 By: Tyler Totman

A: Hi Tyler, This ammunition has a berdan-primed brass casing and lead core bullet, but is magnetic as the jacket contains steel.

Posted On: 8/7/2017 By: Tony

A: Hello Tony, This ammunition is loaded in berdan primed brass casings.

Posted On: 8/1/2017 By: Scott Brown

A: Hi Scott, These are not typically considered reloadable as they use berdan primers. Berdan primers are difficult and require special tools to be able to reload.

Posted On: 2/1/2016 By: Mike

A: Hello Mike! While the Hirtenberger ammunition is a surplus round, it is loaded with all non-corrosive components. This ammunition is one of the highest quality surplus rounds on the market currently.

Posted On: 9/6/2015 By: William

A: Hello William! This ammunition does contain steel in the bullet and will not pass any magnet tests.

Posted On: 6/20/2015 By: Mitchell

A: Hello Mitchell, The Hirtenberger ammunition was manufactured in the 1970s.

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