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10 Rounds of 7.5x55mm Swiss Ammo by RUAG Munitions - 174gr FMJBT

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Ammo Overview

Quantity - 10 rounds
Manufacturer - RUAG Munitions
Bullets - 174 grain Full Metal Jacket Boat Tail (FMJ-BT)
Casings - Berdan primed brass


RUAG Ammotec is a Swiss producer of ammunition specializing in making military and law enforcement ammunition. With factories all over the world, RUAG ammunition meets military standards of excellence, using the most stringent quality control for their ammunition.

Made to the Swiss GP11 standard, this military surplus 7.5x55mm ammunition is extremely accurate and powerful and is a great long-range load. Each cartridge is loaded with a 175-grain full metal jacket boat tail projectile capable of a muzzle velocity of 2560 fps. These military surplus rounds are a great way to get in some target practice without spending a ton of cash. These Berdan primed noncorrosive reloadable brass cased rounds were the standard military cartridge for the Swiss Army during the Cold War and was first issued in 1889. Each box contains 10 rounds of 7.5x55 mm ammunition.

These cartridges must be reloaded with Berdan primers, as boxer primers will not work.

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