20 round box - 308 Win 148 Grain FMJ - German Military Surplus Ammo - AM2030 - Read Description

20 round box - 308 Win 148 Grain FMJ - German Military Surplus Ammo - AM2030 - Read Description

20 round box - 308 Win 148 Grain FMJ - German Military Surplus Ammo - AM2030 - Read Description20 round box - 308 Win 148 Grain FMJ - German Military Surplus Ammo - AM2030 - Read Description20 round box - 308 Win 148 Grain FMJ - German Military Surplus Ammo - AM2030 - Read Description
20 round box - 308 Win 148 Grain FMJ - German Military Surplus Ammo - AM2030 - Read Description20 round box - 308 Win 148 Grain FMJ - German Military Surplus Ammo - AM2030 - Read Description
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20 round box 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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My scoped Windham Weaponry AR10 did not like this ammo with 3-4 inch 100 yard groups, failure to feeds and one failed to fire primer (meh...military primer). The chamber and bolt seemed to have what looked like an unusual amount of powder residue. I love SG Ammo, will always buy my ammo from them, but perhaps not anymore of this stuff.
My PTR 91 was not a fan of this ammo. Only shot two boxes but both were wildly inaccurate. Was worried something had gone wrong with my rifle until I shot several 2" groups @ 100yds with some Federal XM80C. No matter, SG makes it possible for me to try a bunch of different loadings without feeling like I'm getting skinned for not buying in bulk. I pretty much buy all of my ammo here when I can.
I shoot a lot of this ammo with my mg42 (mg3) shoot just fine then this ammo is made for this gun
Shot accurately in my AR10, but the groove in the casehead weakens the rim. They cut a lot deeper than they needed. I had 2 rims tear off in the first 12 rounds I fired. All of the rims show a decent bend in them. Remember to have a cleaning rod handy, just in case.
This stuff is 100% in my RFB Zero failures to fire, no extraction or function problems. Great ammo. Thanks SG!
Fired off 20 rounds of this from my Remington 700. Had 1 failure to fire with the first hit on the primer. A second hit caused the round to fire. May be the usual hard miltary primers, plus this is Berdan primed, so that may make it harder to go off. The ammo itself is very clean - nice new boxes, clean and polished cases. Excellent accuray - 0.5 inch groups at 50 yards, sub 1 inch groups at 100 yards. Same accuracy level and point of impact as Federal 150 grain Noser Ballastic tips. Summary - great target, range, and plinking ammo. With the primer strike issue I'd need to fire off more rounds before I'd be comfortable with it for defensive use, but I'd rather use Ballastic Tips or other high spec ammo for that purpose anyway.
So so stuff. It is fairly accurate, however I have had several fliers and only have shot 60 of the 120 I bought. Overall happy with it due to its cheap price tag. But wouldn't buy a ton of it. Sometimes it is really hard to pull back the bolt on my 700aac-sd with these, twice as hard or more than any other ammo.
Own PTR-91 GI model. Manual says to sight in at 100 feet to hit at 200 meter. The 30 or so I have fired at 33 meter make VERY small groups 1/2 inch with a few "cloverleafs.' Ejection super positive; cases go about 30 feet to right, slightly forward.
I rated this originally based upon my initial couple boxes of 20 rounds. I then bought a 1000 pack. The brass had corrosion on over half of the rounds (still goin' through every round tryin' to weed out the crap ones). It's not just the tarnishing mentioned, but green-colored (copper?) corrosion. I took it to the range to shoot it first, so as to get rid of it. After a few rounds in my M1A, a round fired, failed to extract, and upon inpsection I found my bolt's extractor had been sheared off, with my springs and firing pin loose in the reciever. I had to use a cleaning rod to get the remaining brass out. I used my Ruger bolt to fire some more of it, and it had a difficult time cycling, but since it was a bolt, I could jiggle it vs. having the gas system tear up my extractor by forcing it back. This ammo took my favorite rifle, "Ol' Trusty", out of commission (for now - got a new extractor ordered). I took a chance, and maybe just my box was no good, but now I have 800+ rounds left of somethin' I'm relatively afraid to shoot. Reckon I'll get a bullet extractor and try to salvage somethin'. I don't blame SGAmmo, but caveat emptor on this product.
I recently built a new .308 from an 80% so I dumped 100 rounds a few weeks back. The stuff is very accurate though to be fair I was only going out to 100 meters.