1000 round case - 308 Win 148 Grain FMJ - German Military Surplus Ammo - AM2030 - Read Description

1000 round case - 308 Win 148 Grain FMJ - German Military Surplus Ammo - AM2030 - Read Description

1000 round case - 308 Win 148 Grain FMJ - German Military Surplus Ammo - AM2030 - Read Description1000 round case - 308 Win 148 Grain FMJ - German Military Surplus Ammo - AM2030 - Read Description1000 round case - 308 Win 148 Grain FMJ - German Military Surplus Ammo - AM2030 - Read Description
1000 round case - 308 Win 148 Grain FMJ - German Military Surplus Ammo - AM2030 - Read Description1000 round case - 308 Win 148 Grain FMJ - German Military Surplus Ammo - AM2030 - Read Description
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1000 round case of 308 Win 148 grain FMJ German military surplus ammo sku number AM2030 - Read Description

This is German military surplus believed to be 1990s vintage, however the headstamp has been 'sanitized' by machining out the markings as shown in the picture. Each round was marked in ink print '.SM . 308Win'. I was told by the importer that this was a condition required by the seller in order to allow for commercial sales of this ammo. This ammo is Brass case, Berdan primed, non-corrosive made in Germany by SM Chemnitzer Sportwaffen und Munitionsfabrik GmbH. The bullet is lead core with 'Cupro-Nickel' jackets that make the projectile magnetic. Please note that the ammo has tiny grey spots of oxidation / discoloration on the brass of some rounds where the rounds contacted the original military packaging, this ammo was repackaged in new boxes when it was prepared for commercial sales. We have sold this ammo in the past made by MEN / DAG in Germany and it was very accurate and good quality surplus.

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Customer Reviews

Just put 240 rounds of this through my HK91. Not one problem, and fun to shoot. Checked the headstamp under magnifying glass and you can see it is MEN with the NATO stamp. So it is 7.62x51 even though they stamped .308 on cartridge. And there is absolutely no problem with the ejection with the machined headstamp.
I tried some through my bolt gun. VERY accurate and consistent. More accurate than Port or Privy 168gr match HP. The "scrubbed" area seems to have no negative effect at all. I hope they still have some next time I have "Extra" cash.
Put about 120 rounds though my PTR 91. Great ammo with 0 failures or feed issues! I usually shoot 145gr PRVI Partizan and this is pretty close for just a bit less. Good groups of about 1.5" until the barrel heated up after 40 rounds and increased to 2.5". Still a novice shooter, but with Primary arms 5x prism scope I was able to hit 12"x 12" steel plate 7/10 times in 1 minute at 400 yards just using the BDC. 2 misses were me yanking the trigger trying to do faster follow up shots. Good ammo and will buy it again soon.
Third purchase of this ammo. The last case was a different lot #, so I was keen on finding if any different impact point. Well, don't worry--I did the homework for you. I shot 5 from both lots from a bench at 50yd at a large note card. 8 were in ragged hole, other 2 were 1/2 out, one on each side. Phenomenal. Never checked about primers; I wont ever reload this cal.
Finally got to shoot some of mine this past weekend and it performed exactly as I needed it to.
Having fired a couple hundred of these in my PTR I can state: PTR claims 3 to 4 inch accuracy average for 100 yd. I just fired two groups this AM that were < 1.5 at this range. 50 yarders very small. This seems to be most accurate in the PTR, but the Austrian Hirtenberg shoots about as well. Charles (Alabama)
Just got back from shooting this ammo through 2 of my 308s. One is a POF and the other is a Sig 716. The first 20 rounds through the Sig at 100 yards were very good. All 20 rounds in 2 inch group with 17 being in 1.5 inch. After that things started opening up dramatically. The hotter the barrel the worse it got. I let the gun cool and it went back to 2moa again. Very temperature sensitive. Nothing good about what happened with POF. Every round failed to extract. Shot 4 other types of ammo out of POF with no issues. This ammo was the only one that caused a problem. Had a few issues with Sig after about 120 rounds. Overall not bad when it worked but due to the groups opening up and complete failure out of POF I wouldn't recommend this. Spend a little more and get something reliable.
Product matches description, and if anything in my case, I found very few cases with discoloration. Those that were are of no concern. This is quality ammo at an unbeatable price. I recommend if you've been sitting on the fence about this particular offering you go ahead and make your move. Thanks SG!! Great ammo at a great price with lightning fast shipping!!
Just bought 1,000 rds to be used in the M60 at Knob Creek in the fall. Will provide further update on function in the gun after the shoot.
Superb ammo in excellent condition. There are a few tiny specs of rust here and there--performance unaffected. Accuracy exceeds other types slightly--I'm getting a little old to compete with Alvin York! The cutting off around the primer does not matter, nor did the inked on civilian designation. I found the result of this Eurocaper ridiculous, so I am removing it with fine steel wool!