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.

Customer Reviews

Excellent ammunition. Best bulk 7.62 ammo I have purchased. 1 MOA or better ammo.
Shot through a couple of boxes of this ammo and it shot great out of my gun, I had good accuracy and was fairly clean. Anytime I'm in the market for buying some bulk ammo this is the only place I will go, I have never had an issue with communication and they always have fast shipping.
Placed the order on Tuesday and received it on Friday for a product I cannot get local, due to demand. SGAmmo had grreat service. This was my first time ordering and I was leery having ordered from a competitor that is no longer in business. That order had to be followed up to make sure it was shipped out. With SGAmmo, I was promptly notified at all phases of the order and by UPS after the shipment left. The customer service is also very good. I will order again from SGAmmo, probably the best place to order Ammo online.
Bought this last fall, finally got to shoot this ammo this spring. Most was manufactured between,1971 and 1980. Was a tas hesitant,but, said, "What the hay" !!! First 5 rounds at 100 yards,grouped at a little more then .75".So, I loaded up the 20 round mags,doped the scope and stretched out to 500 yards, was totally unprepared for when I recovered my target, grouping was a hair over 2.5".Gonna buy another 1,000 when my V.A. pension check comes in :)
I put only 20 rounds through my M1a national match, it grouped 1 1/2" at 100 yards with iron sights and my old eyes. Found it to be dirty with a lot of powder residue, but it will obliterate a punkin while ball ammo just goes through. Buy it while we can!!
Will this ammo work well with my Remington 700 (.308)?
Shot 60 rounds. 3 shot group at 100 yards and grouped 1 inch.
What you see is what you get! I ordered a case and looked through about 200 rounds. If you see a bit of discoloration on the heads, likely you'll get a little on the sides of the case. nothing bad at all. with the sanitizing ring it's very clear to see the nato circle-and-cross stamp. The case I have appears to be DAG 90 with some additional markings I can't read. Should run great!
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.