- Manufacturer Federal
- Condition New
- Weight 149gr
- Projectile Type FMJ
- Ammo Use Type Range Training
- Casing Type Brass
- Quantity 500
- Caliber .308 Win
- Primer Type Boxer
- Cost Per Round 70.0¢ per round
- Q & A
There are quite a few battle rifles chambered for 7.62x51mm, but perhaps at the top of the heap is the FN SCAR-H. Special Forces uses these rifles, in fact, the SCAR was made with SOCOM (US Special Operations Command) in mind. If you want a rifle that is both deadly serious and seriously cool, you want an FN SCAR-H. Another popular choice is the AR-10, which has a rapidly growing fan base and has been around since 1957. One thing’s for sure, shooters who know battle rifles love this ammunition. If you’re a battle rifle aficionado, pick up this 500-round box of Federal 7.62x51mm 149 grain FMJ ammunition.
And what do American battle rifle lovers want? American ammunition. This is Federal, and that means not only is it made in Anoka, Minnesota, but it’s been around since 1922. Better still, Federal is a subsidiary of ATK, a manufacturer legendary for such products as missile-warning systems and precision and strike weaponry. Who better to produce your ammunition than an American company with a nearly century-long reputation of excellence?
This ammunition’s quick, too, with a muzzle velocity of 2,820 feet per second. It also has a muzzle energy of 2,650 foot-pounds, and that means you’re going to make an impressive impact when this FMJ travels through your target. At 149 grain, it’s a moderately weighted round, so it has a fairly steady trajectory. And with 500 rounds in this box, you’ll have enough ammunition to hone your skills and kill some cans at length. Don’t let your rifle go hungry; order now.
(7.62x51mm NATO and commercial .308 Win are incredibly similar and can be used in rifles chambered for both rounds; SAAMI lists it as safe to fire the commercial rounds in the same weapons chambered for the NATO rounds. Even so, there is some debate regarding compatibility, and ATF recommends you check the stamping on your rifle’s barrel before proceeding. When in doubt, contact your firearm’s manufacturer.)
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