Shooting at high volumes is certainly fun, but it’s also expensive. If you want to fire your gun more without emptying your wallet, you need to get your ammunition from companies that provide economically price rounds. One such company is Brown Bear, which is a subsidiary of the Barnaul Machine Tool Plant. Barnaul was founded in 1869 by decree of Aleksander I, and for almost 150 years they’ve been manufacturing ammunition both for the Russian military and gun aficionados all over the world.
At 140 grain these are fairly lightweight rounds for the .308 Win. These are Soft Point, or SP, rounds and expand on impact, mushrooming while they simultaneously decelerate to penetrate more fully than HPs. SPs create deep, devastating wound channels and deliver fantastic knockdown power. And if you live or are hunting in an area where HPs are not allowed, SPs can be used instead. This ammunition is made by Barnaul specifically for hunting game such as whitetail deer, but it can also be used for target practice.
When you place your order for this box of ammunition from Barnaul, you get 500 SP rounds. With that much ammunition you can spend time improving shot placement and grouping and still have ammunition left over for hunting. In order to save you money, Barnaul produces this ammunition using their unique bimetal layering process to create steel cases which they then berdan prime to ensure ignition and extend their shelf-life. Finished rounds are coated in a special polymer for reliable cycling. Barnaul manufactures ammunition at their factory in Barnaul, Russia, and all ammunition is loaded according to SAAMI or CIP specifications. To become a better hunter and practice as much as you need to without worrying about the cost, order now.
Review by Flatwoods Outfitters
(Posted on 10/11/12)
Review by Storm
Good for plinking ammo for your semi auto .308s but I wouldn't use the ammo if you care for the performance of your gun nor if you're looking for hunting/home defense. (Posted on 10/4/12)
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