1060 Rounds of .308 Win Mil Surplus Ammo by Sellier & Bellot - 147gr FMJ

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Quantity - 1,060 rounds (53 boxes of 20 rounds each)
Manufacturer - Surplus (Sellier Bellot)
Bullets - 147 grain full metal jacket (FMJ)
Casings - Berdan-primed Brass


A spectacular .308 ammunition that is not always readily available, that performs at the top with the best of the best and offers a large case lot at a respectable price. This Sellier & Bellot is an incredible bargain even after you factor in the very hard reloading regimen needed to reload these cartridges. It is Berdan primed, so some significant primer pocket reworking would be necessary to make this cartridge reloadable. At this price though, it may make sense just not to reload, and take your savings on the new ammunition fresh from the S&B factory surplus stock.

Sellier & Bellot makes uncompromising ammunition that has a reputation for providing shooters with an excellent mix of reliability, accuracy and a good price. This case lot of 1060 .308 Winchester dual marked by S&B as 7.62x51 on the box is a gorgeous surplus case lot that has unmatched performance for the 147 grain full metal jacket offerings. The picture is not a foolproof gauge of the year of production however, so bear that in mind.

The load is considered corrosive, so you must take precautions by cleaning your firearm each time it is shot

This is a 1060 case lot with 20 round boxes, 53 boxes in total.

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Posted On: 1/2/2014 By: Nelson

A: Hello Nelson, These 147gr. FMJ rounds in .308 are non-corrosive. You can shoot them and not have to worry about corrosion.

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