30 Carbine Ammo
30 carbine ammo is a classic military caliber that's typically used for target shooting nowadays. The .30 Carbine was widely used during World War II in the M1 Carbine for which it was designed. Since then, a number of revolvers from Taurus, Thompson Center, and Ruger have also been produced in this caliber.
The .30 Carbine's ballistics have been compared to those of a magnum pistol, albeit with a light bullet (typically 110 grains) fired at higher muzzle velocities in the 2,000 feet per second range.
Small game hunters will find that .30 Carbine hunting loads can be had from Magtech, Corbon, and other companies; Hornady even makes a variant of its Critical Defense line for those who wish to use this cartridge for home protection that you'll often find in-stock and for sale here at Widener's.
Remington Express 30 Carbine 110 Grain SP - 50 Rounds$89.85
Manufacturer Remington Condition New Bullet Weight 110 Grain Bullet Type Soft-Point (SP) Use Type hunting boar, hunting whitetail deer Casing Type Brass Quantity 50 Ammo Caliber 30 Carbine Manufacturer SKU R30CAR Primer Type Boxer Magnetic No UPC Barcode 047700053806 Cost Per Round $1.80 per round
The 30 Carbine has been around since World War Two when it was invented to give soldiers at the back of the battle line a more accurate round with farther range than the regularly issued sidearm. Today, the 30 Carbine is an incredibly fun round to shoot with little recoil and fantastic power, making it great for hunting, self defense, and training at the range.
Since 1816, Remington has created some of America's best ammunition and firearms and remains the oldest guns and ammo manufacturer in the United States. These Remington Express, 110 grain, brass cased, boxer primed, soft point rounds fire at 1990 feet per second, flying with great accuracy and hitting with fantastic expansion, perfect for helping you take out deer on your next hunting trip.