50 Round Box - 7.62x51 NATO Magtech 147 grain M80 Ball New Ammo - 762A

50 Round Box - 7.62x51 NATO Magtech 147 grain M80 Ball New Ammo - 762A

50 Round Box - 7.62x51 NATO Magtech 147 grain M80 Ball New Ammo - 762A50 Round Box - 7.62x51 NATO Magtech 147 grain M80 Ball New Ammo - 762A50 Round Box - 7.62x51 NATO Magtech 147 grain M80 Ball New Ammo - 762A
50 Round Box - 7.62x51 NATO Magtech 147 grain M80 Ball New Ammo - 762A50 Round Box - 7.62x51 NATO Magtech 147 grain M80 Ball New Ammo - 762A50 Round Box - 7.62x51 NATO Magtech 147 grain M80 Ball New Ammo - 762A
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SKU: MTG-762-M80-box

50 round box of 7.62x51 NATO Magtech 147 grain M80 ball new ammo for sale featuring brass case with boxer non-corrosive primers and  non-magnetic projectile / bullet. Newly manufactured. This is non-corrosive and 100% non magnetic. Ideal for ranges that ban magnetic bullets, or all propose shooting. Packaged 50 rounds per box, 8 boxes per cardboard case, box print design may vary as pictured

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Customer Reviews

This ammo is horribly inaccurate. I and a friend both shot out of my AR-10 from a bench and bi-pod at 100 yards and could not get a grouping at all. After firing sets of this, we fired some cheap steel-case wolf performance ammo for comparison and it significantly outperformed this ammo. If you want brass cases and that's all you care about, this works. For anyone who wants something smaller than a 6 inch grouping at 100 yards, skip it.
Consistent hits on a 6” gong out to 1200 yards with my Savage Axis with 16” hacksawed barrel and fixed 4 power scope.
Was not impressed with this ammo at all. It was all over the place even at 100yds. I was shooting it out of an M1A EBR with a NM air gauged 22" barrel. I've shot FGMM out of same firearm and am dead nuts sub moa at 100. One of those things, where you get what you pay for. Good ammo for shooting metal gongs at distance, and for the brass. Definately not precision ammo. Then again most ball ammo isn't.