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

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Ammo Overview

Ammo Quantity - 500 rounds per case; 20 rounds per box
Ammo Manufacturer - PMC
Projectiles - 147 grain full metal jacket boat tail (FMJBT)
Ammo Casings - Boxer-primed brass
Muzzle Velocity - 2,780 fps
Muzzle Energy - 2,522 ft lbs


Long-range shooters and hunters looking to practice for that crucial shot will appreciate the consistency, reliability, and affordability of PMC Bronze range ammo in .308 Winchester. This ammo uses a 147 grain full metal jacket bullet and boasts a muzzle velocity of 2,780 feet per second. Each case contains 500 rounds packed in boxer-primed, reloadable brass casings.

Ideal for use in a wide variety of firearms including AR-10s, FALs, bolt-action hunting rifles and M-14s. Safe to interchange with 7.62x51 NATO ammunition.

The South Korean Poongsan Corporation markets a complete line of range ammunition under the PMC Bronze brand. As the full name of the brand (Precision Made Cartridges) implies, the company takes great care to produce reliable, consistent ammo for its military and civilian customers. Poongsan produces ammo for the South Korean military as well as civilian shooters in the US, manufacturing its own components and employing stringent quality control methods to ensure an optimal shooting experience.

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Posted On: 7/4/2023 By: Mitt

A: Hello Mitt! This cartridge's muzzle energy is 2,522 ft lbs (24" test bbl).

Posted On: 2/8/2023 By: Kevin

A: Thanks for reaching out Kevin! PMC's brass cases aren't coated. Unfortunately, we aren't able to ship to California under any circumstances.

Posted On: 1/20/2023 By: John Stalter

A: Thanks for reaching out John! The full metal jacket boat tail (FMJBT) is a solid point projectile, not a soft point.

Posted On: 12/4/2019 By: Caleb

A: This ammo will be a great choice for your M&P 10, or any other 308 chambered rifle. It is also re-loadable for use again thanks to its brass case and boxer primer.

Posted On: 10/30/2019 By: Sam Prezzato

A: The S&W 500 and the 50 Beowulf are completely different cartridges. The projectiles themselves are often similar, but the case dimensions themselves are quite different. They are not compatible nor interchangeable.

Posted On: 5/30/2015 By: Greg

A: Hello Greg, According to PMC, all of their ammunition is loaded to either SAAMI specifications or Mil Spec.

Posted On: 3/20/2014 By: Matthew

A: Hello Matthew, The 147gr. FMJBT rounds by PMC are .308 Win. The difference between .308 and 7.62 is that 7.62 is loaded to a lower chamber pressure than .308. It is safe to shoot in a firearm chambered in .308. You will see slightly lower velocity and muzzle energy than .308 Win rounds.

Posted On: 5/31/2013 By: Francisco Nava

A: This 308 Win ammo from PMC does not contain any steel that would attract to a magnet. Additionally, these rounds are loaded with non corrosive components. The brass may also be saved fro the reloading process.

Posted On: 6/10/2012 By: Nobody N. Particular

A: This brass is not only new, it's actually mined and manufactured by Poongsan, the South Korean parent company of PMC. Poongsan was originally founded as a brass mining/refining company, so they have decades of experience working with brass material and frankly, they are a bit obsessed about their brass (which is a good thing). Because the brass is very high-quality, it is very good for reloading. You're machine will love it.

Posted On: 10/19/2011 By: Anonymous

A: PMC lists the muzzle velocity of this .308 ammo as 2780fps.

Posted On: 10/18/2011 By: sam

A: Springfield says that the M1A is good for both 7.62x51 and .308. 308 might be loaded to higher pressures, but 7.62x51 might have gone through manufacturing processes that ensure higher reliability under harsh conditions and in semi-auto or full auto firearms.

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