900 Round Crate - 7.62x51mm L2A2 Ball Surplus Ammo from Malaysia - 146 Grain Bi-metal FMJ - Brass Case

900 Round Crate - 7.62x51mm L2A2 Ball Surplus Ammo from Malaysia - 146 Grain Bi-metal FMJ - Brass Case

900 Round Crate - 7.62x51mm L2A2 Ball Surplus Ammo from Malaysia - 146 Grain Bi-metal FMJ - Brass Case900 Round Crate - 7.62x51mm L2A2 Ball Surplus Ammo from Malaysia - 146 Grain Bi-metal FMJ - Brass Case900 Round Crate - 7.62x51mm L2A2 Ball Surplus Ammo from Malaysia - 146 Grain Bi-metal FMJ - Brass Case
900 Round Crate - 7.62x51mm L2A2 Ball Surplus Ammo from Malaysia - 146 Grain Bi-metal FMJ - Brass Case900 Round Crate - 7.62x51mm L2A2 Ball Surplus Ammo from Malaysia - 146 Grain Bi-metal FMJ - Brass Case900 Round Crate - 7.62x51mm L2A2 Ball Surplus Ammo from Malaysia - 146 Grain Bi-metal FMJ - Brass Case
900 Round Crate - 7.62x51mm L2A2 Ball Surplus Ammo from Malaysia - 146 Grain Bi-metal FMJ - Brass Case900 Round Crate - 7.62x51mm L2A2 Ball Surplus Ammo from Malaysia - 146 Grain Bi-metal FMJ - Brass Case900 Round Crate - 7.62x51mm L2A2 Ball Surplus Ammo from Malaysia - 146 Grain Bi-metal FMJ - Brass Case
900 Round Crate - 7.62x51mm L2A2 Ball Surplus Ammo from Malaysia - 146 Grain Bi-metal FMJ - Brass Case900 Round Crate - 7.62x51mm L2A2 Ball Surplus Ammo from Malaysia - 146 Grain Bi-metal FMJ - Brass Case900 Round Crate - 7.62x51mm L2A2 Ball Surplus Ammo from Malaysia - 146 Grain Bi-metal FMJ - Brass Case
$333.00
Estimated Shipping Cost: $28.00
Estimated Shipping for 2: $56.00
Quantity in Stock:9
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SKU: L2A2-900CT

900 Round Crate - 7.62x51mm L2A2 Ball Surplus Ammo from Malaysia - 146 Grain Bi-metal FMJ - Brass Case

Late 1970s to Early 1980s Malaysian manufacture L2A2 mil-spec 7.62x51 surplus ammunition packed in 3 x 300 round sealed original military ammo cans in an 'apple crate'. The cans are M19A1 type commonly called 30 cal cans. Please note that some of the cans will be rusty in places and the seals can be so set in place the gasket may break when you open them, some of the apple crates may be falling apart and the packaging shows roughness from its 37 years of age. The ammo itself is mostly very clean looking, but we saw some rounds with minor cosmetic tarnish in a few cans out of the dozen or so we inspected. It will still be reliable military grade ammo, just starting to show its age cosmetically.  Each can is neatly stenciled with the military markings. It features attributes such as a brass case, a non-corrosive berdan primer that is non-reloadable and a lead core bullet that has a magnetic bi-metal jacket.  Packaging is 7x40 round boxes, and one 20 round box, making a total of 300 rounds per can, 3 cans in a crate. This is a new item here at SGAmmo, in 16 years of the ammo business I had never had it before, but I did a bit of google searching about this ammo and it seems to be very well liked from reviews on gun forums from years past. I have added a lot of pictures of this item so you can see it from just about any angle

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Read a lot of reviews for this ammo as well as watched a lot of videos for it before I bought this for a weekend of rifle training. DO NOT open these cans inside. Very stale air. Had to break the vacuum with the help of a flat head screw driver and then they opened and closed just fine. Ammo was in great condition and ready to fire. Was extremely happy with it. First shots were at 100 yard free hand and every shot found the target as was expected. After the two day class of shooting up close and personal and out to a few hundred yards, I was said to be out of this ammo. I will be buying more soon. For the guys who complained about opening the ammo crate and needing tools. This is how all ammo crates open, no matter the country. For the guys who complained about the groupings. This is not match grade ammo. Military ammo requirement is 10" group at 100 yards. It does that just fine. Fed through my M1A and SOCOM 16 flawlessly.
Recently purchased a 540 round can of the Malaysian surplus 7.62. I have fired about 400 rounds of this ammo so far in a DSA FAL and Springfield standard M1A. Ammo was clean and fed smoothly in both guns. Very little tarnish observed on the brass. Did not group on paper, however I was able to hit my 500 yard target that I routinely shoot. I found this ammo totally acceptable for my uses and will continue to purchase as long as its available.
This place is great. Good prices, FAST shipping, very pleased doing business with them. This is my first order, but it will be the first of many to come. Thank You, Sam and the entire gang.
WOW! Crate was just slightly beat up with all of the cool Malaysian military markings. Inside the ammo cans were dusty but otherwise like new with seals intact, wire and lead seal on the front latches. The ammo could pass for new despite it's 1982 birth date. Not a hint of corrosion on clean brass with sealed primer. Shoots perfectly through HK, Yugo M77PS and DMPS GII Recon, very accurate. I will have to find a place to hide this from my wife so I can buy more.
At .37 cents/round military grade 7.62 ammo can't be beat..bought 2 cases. Get it while you can, its beyond time to start preparing for what's on the other side of the hill.