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
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 Case
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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 and oxidation on the brass in a few cans out of the dozen or so we inspected. The tarnish may not look nice but does not effect function, see the 3rd and last picture for some of the 'worst case' examples. 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. We have sold a huge quantity of this ammo in the past 3 years and functionally it is an excellent product that is very reliable and accurate in military-like firearms. I have added a lot of pictures of this item so you can see it from just about any angle

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Tins where in great shape , but all 3 tins of lot 3/79 had multiple rounds that wouldn’t chamber in my standard M1A due to excessive rust and corrosion . All in all I had to toss 80 plus rounds of bad Ammo . For the price you’ll role the dice and hope that you get good lots . Tempted to take a chance with 3 more tins and see what I get . Keep in mind it’s 40 plus year old surplus , but I’ve had older surplus in way better shape . I’ll give it to SGAmmo for offering to correct the issue but I had already tossed the bad rounds . Good luck with your lots if you intend to purchase .
You will be pleasantly surprised. This with my Stag10 gas gun....Average MV-2633 with a SD of 6.9 out of 7 shots in 32*+-. That MV is sure to pick up a bit with warmer weather. Surprisingly consistent and accurate.
Bought a crate of this a year ago and it has worked flawlessly in a M1a, AR10, and MVP. 11-79 was my product product run and the ammo arrived as advertised. Definitely purchasing more.
Unboxing this ammo made me feel like I was taking the virginity of a friend. This stuff is super nice. Box and ammo cans are pristine and still gas sealed. Ammo was a bit hazy - but runs without an issue in a SOCOM, M1A, FAL and a couple of Garands chambered in.308. Not match quality, but I'm not either. I was easily able to hit 1 MOA center of mass steel at 100 yds. with open sights. Will hustle up another order before others have a chance at my virgins.
Excellent ammo for the price. Who cares if it's berdan primed? Very clean and consistent. Shoots well in all my rifles. HK91, StG58, Galil 1651, and both C308 rifles all shoot it well. Stock up. The ammo cans lend well to long term storage for shtf. That may be coming sooner than you think.
Berdan Primers, not expecting that. Bad economics if your reloading causde you can't for all practical purposes, it a real waste of the brass.
Have shot 100 rounds of this ammo and I am very impressed. Consistently have 4- shot groups under 1". My shipment is clean and brass is in good shape.
This ammunition was in perfect order, beautiful stuff!!! Ordering more as soon as I am don writing this. Thanks Sgammo!!!
My crate and 3 cans were in great condition. I've only opened 1 can. Ammo looks very clean. Consistent 2" groups at 100yd prone with my PA10 with FN 1/12 7.62 NATO 18" barrel. I'm just a mediocre shooter, and my glass could be better, so I'd say the right shooter and gun could make this close to 1 MOA ammo. So far, 170 rounds with no malfunctions.
Was unable to let go down range when I first got the ammo. Dry conditions, and shooting restrictions kept me from letting loose until the monsoon rains did away with the shooting restrictions. The ammo cans are in great shape, minor round tarnish on some, overall it looked like great ammo made in 1982. Not one hang fire from the 500 or so rounds out of both my AR 10's. I did have a few round extraction problems. Brand new AR-10 I built might have been the problem. Very accurate ammo once I calmed down, and got my mind/breathing set correctly. I always buy my ammo in bulk, and once again SGA came through. I would like another crate once I get some more cash together before they are out, and winter sets in.