240 Round Pack - 7.62x51 NATO 147 grain FMJ Hirtenberger Surplus Ammo 1970s Vintage

240 Round Pack - 7.62x51 NATO 147 grain FMJ Hirtenberger Surplus Ammo 1970s Vintage

240 Round Pack - 7.62x51 NATO 147 grain FMJ Hirtenberger Surplus Ammo 1970s Vintage240 Round Pack - 7.62x51 NATO 147 grain FMJ Hirtenberger Surplus Ammo 1970s Vintage240 Round Pack - 7.62x51 NATO 147 grain FMJ Hirtenberger Surplus Ammo 1970s Vintage
240 Round Pack - 7.62x51 NATO 147 grain FMJ Hirtenberger Surplus Ammo 1970s Vintage240 Round Pack - 7.62x51 NATO 147 grain FMJ Hirtenberger Surplus Ammo 1970s Vintage
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SKU: Hirt-762x51-pack

240 round package of 7.62x51 NATO 147 grain FMJ Hirtenberger surplus ammo for sale at SGammo.com. 1970s Vintage military surplus ammunition that is non-corrosive, surefire, Berdan primer, magnetic FMJ 147 grain bi-metal projectile with lead core. This type of Surplus 308 ammo is known to be very accurate and of good quality.

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Customer Reviews

Awesome price for the range and in my Inch Pattern FAL I had no failures what so ever. It was packed well and super clean for surplus. Got inch to 2 in. groupings which is just fine for me on a battle rifle as my sight is not super good. I am going to run it in an AR10 I just completed for S's and giggles next and will report back.
Excellent price and accuracy from m1a loaded. Very fast shipping couldn't be happier with the product and with SG ammo.
I would highly recommend this ammunition even for the Aged it worked phenomenally for my PTR 91 pressure expansion and accuracy are all on point. For the ones who are keen on their rifle knowledge with the PTR 91 with its delayed roller blowback operation you need that adequate pressure for the rifle to cycle and this ammunition surpassed the expectations of the rifle GREAT DEAL FOR THE PRICE
Very accurate out of my PTR 91 with a scope. Use it out to 600yds.
Very clean and accurate, runs great in my M1A and FAL. Get it while you can!
This is very high quality surplus for the most part. One caution I should share is that if you get this ammo, you might want to break down the cardboard boxes and transfer the rounds to an ammo can. Out of my two cartons, I found a couple boxes that had some pink corrosion on the brass. That type of corrosion actually eats into the brass and makes it unsafe to fire. Fortunately it was only about 6 or 7 rounds out of 480. If you transfer the rounds to another container you can inspect them and weed out any with corrosion.
Hirtenberger makes some of the best ammo on the planet! This stuff will go boom forever..the Berdan primer and lacquer sealant will see to that. Quality rarely seen today at any price. Excellent military surplus ammo and I just gotta have some more.
Shot about 100 rounds (dated 1980) so far through an M1A. Only issue I had was a failure-to-fire on a hard primer. After waiting about a minute, I ejected it and threw it into my bolt (Ruger Scout) and it fired OK. I bought more since it's a decent price, appears clean/well-preserved and, I reckon, is accurate enough for me (albeit I typically only shoot 100 yards or less and with iron-sights). The later shipments I got were dated 1976, so will have to report back if they behave differently. I'm a believer in SGAmmo so far... ain't let me down yet. They always get my shipment out the door quickly and it gets here within about a week. I always get exactly what I ordered, and it's well-packaged.
I shoot this ammo through my DPMS 308 and have had zero malfunctions. It is very accurate for surplus ammo. If you're looking for quality ammo to shoot a bunch and not break the bank then buy this. Plus for being 1970's surplus ammo it looks brand new.
I bought a small supply of this ammo as well as some of the German surplus to break in my new PTR91. Both cycled without problems, no FTF, and the rounds were plenty accurate considering open sights and old eyes. On my next trip to the range I will see what new optics and greater distances look like and report back.