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

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Manufacturer - RUAG Munitions
Bullets - 174 grain Full Metal Jacket Boat Tail
Casings - Berdan primed brass
Quantity - 10 rounds per box; 48 boxes per case
Muzzle Velocity - 2,560 fps


Made to the Swiss GP11 standard, which was the standard cartridge of the Swiss military for much of the Cold War, this 7.5x55mm ammunition from RUAG provides excellent accuracy and power. Each cartridge fires a 175-grain bullet at a muzzle velocity of 2,560 feet per second. This 480 round case contains 48 boxes, each of which holds 10 rounds.

Note for reloaders: The cartridges use brass cases and non-corrosive Berdan primers. Reloading methods for Boxer primers will not work with these cases.

RUAG Ammotec is an ammunition company that focuses on defense and law enforcement products. Descended from notable Swiss firms such as RWS and Dynamit Nobel, the company currently operates in the US, Germany, Sweden, and Hungary as well Switzerland.

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