303 British Ammo
.303 British ammunition (also known as 7.7x56mmR) was the Commonwealth counterpart to the .30-06 Springfield before both were replaced by the 7.62 NATO cartridge in military use. Notable guns chambered for this caliber include the Lee-Enfield series of rifles as well as the Vickers and Bren machine guns. Due to its excellent accuracy potential, many hunters still use the ".303 Brit" with soft point loads.
A typical .303 British load fires a 150-180 grain soft point bullet at a muzzle velocity of around 2,500-2,770 feet per second. Most major manufacturers still produce ammunition in this caliber for hunting deer and other midsize game.
The .303 makes an excellent range load as well, with affordable FMJ ammunition available from Sellier & Bellot, Prvi Partizan, and Remington UMC, among others. You'll find a good in-stock assortment for sale here at Widener's so take a look below.
Wolf Military Classic 303 British 174 Grain FMJ – 280 Rounds$109.85
Manufacturer Wolf Condition New Bullet Weight 174 Grain Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket (FMJ) Use Type plinking at the range Casing Type Steel Quantity 280 Ammo Caliber 303 British Manufacturer SKU MC303 Primer Type Berdan Magnetic Yes UPC Barcode 645611451386
If you shoot a lot of .303 British at the range, grab this 280 round case of FMJ ammunition from Wolf. These cartridges deliver cost-effective performance for target use thanks to their economical steel cases.
Each cartridge fires a heavy 174 grain full metal jacket bullet. In rifles like the Lee-Enfield, this ammo delivers reliable performance and good accuracy.
These cartridges are made in Russia using non-corrosive Berdan primers and non-reloadable steel cases; the cases are polymer-coated for optimal cycling.
Wolf Military Classic 303 British 174 Grain FMJ – 20 Rounds$10.85
Manufacturer Wolf Condition New Bullet Weight 174 grain Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket (FMJ) Use Type plinking at the range Casing Type Steel Quantity 20 Ammo Caliber 303 British Manufacturer SKU MC303 Primer Type Berdan Magnetic Yes UPC Barcode 645611451379 Cost Per Round 54.3¢ per round
Shooting your .303 British rifles doesn't have to cost an arm and a leg. Use this Wolf ammunition at the range and save big!
Each cartridge in this box of 20 fires a 174 grain full metal jacket bullet. The cases are made of polymer-coated steel and use non-corrosive Berdan primers.
This ammo is made in Russia; due to its steel components, it has magnetic properties and may not be suitable for some shooting ranges.
I have some and it shoots pretty damn well...although mine is Wolf LVE with copper coated bimetal cases...???? G
It is a bunch a fun for this kinda $$$$...I have a No 1 Mk III and a No 4/2* as well and a No.5*....and a proud owner of a No 4/2* LEO Shamrock..not military..last ones made in 55 for Law enforcement. !!!
Review by AMG (Posted on 12/19/16)
Prvi Partizan 303 British 150 Grain SP – 20 Rounds$15.90
Manufacturer Prvi Partizan Condition New Bullet Weight 150 Grain Bullet Type Soft-Point (SP) Use Type hunting whitetail deer, plinking at the range Casing Type Brass Quantity 20 Ammo Caliber 303 British Manufacturer SKU PP303S1 Primer Type Boxer UPC Barcode 8605003803461 Cost Per Round 79.5¢ per round
When you want something tried and true, you can't go wrong with the 303 British. Developed in 1889, this amazing cartridge is still being used and has seen service through dozens of conflicts. Highly reliable and incredibly effective, this round is phenomenal for taking down medium and big game, or training at the range with vintage firearms.
Prvi Partizan has been around since 1928 and makes some of Eastern Europe's best ammo. Based in Serbia, this company puts out inexpensive, high quality ammo in over 400 variations, many of which are vintage or hard to find calibers.
These brass cased, boxer primed rounds fire at 2690 feet per second, and deliver expansion, power, and accuracy you need to take down deer sized game. You can expect to see deep penetration and controlled expansion from the 150 grain soft point projectile.
Prvi Partizan 303 Brit 174 Grain FMJBT - 20 Rounds$18.45
Manufacturer Prvi Partizan Condition New Bullet Weight 174 Grain Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket Boat Tail (FMJ-BT) Use Type plinking at the range Casing Type Brass Quantity 20 Ammo Caliber 303 British Manufacturer SKU PP303F Primer Type Boxer UPC Barcode 8605003801085 Cost Per Round 92.3¢ per round
Pick up a few of these 20-round boxes of .303 British ammunition by Prvi Partizan to enjoy the long range target potential of Enfield and other rifles chambered in this classic (if sometimes difficult to find) caliber.
Each round in this box fires a 174 grain full metal jacket bullet that delivers nice, predictable trajectories. The heavy weight of the bullet provides additional resistance to crosswinds, though it does come at a slight cost in muzzle velocity.
Prvi Partizan ammunition is loaded in Uzice, Serbia using non-corrosive Boxer primers and reloadable brass cases.
Remington UMC 303 British 174 Grain MC – 20 Rounds$22.00
Manufacturer Remington Condition New Bullet Weight 174 Grain Bullet Type Metal Case (MC) Use Type plinking at the range Casing Type Brass Quantity 20 Ammo Caliber 303 British Manufacturer SKU L303B1 Primer Type Boxer Magnetic No UPC Barcode 047700170800 Cost Per Round $1.10 per round
Whether you're breathing life back into a classic Lee Enfield or putting a hunting rifle through its paces, this .303 British ammo from Remington's UMC (Union Metallic Cartridge) series is a solid choice. UMC loads are primarily designed for target shooting and use economical but accurate non-expanding projectiles.
Each cartridge in this box of 20 fires a 174 grain metal case (Remington's term for full metal jacket) bullet at a muzzle velocity of 2,475 feet per second. This ammunition produces the excellent long range accuracy that the .303 Brit is known for while delivering realistic levels of felt recoil.
Remington ammo is made in Lonoke, Arkansas using non corrosive Boxer primers and reloadable brass. In business since the early 19th century, Remington is one of the few companies in the US still manufacturing both arms and ammunition. The UMC brand traces its roots back to the Civil War and was one of the first to offer cased cartridges.