.308 Winchester ammo is one of the most popular large-caliber rifle cartridges in use today. The .308 Winchester and 7.62x51 cartridges are mostly interchangeable and deliver superb long-range accuracy for hunters and target shooters.
Most of the .308 ammunition for sale to American civilians fires a 150-165 grain bullet at a muzzle velocity of nearly 3,000 feet per second. With soft point or polymer tipped bullets, the cartridge is capable of taking all but the biggest game with one well-placed shot. You'll also find full metal jacket rounds for sale in bulk that'll help you get your fill of trigger time at the range as well. These cheap FMJ rounds are quite popular among AR-10 carbine shooters.
There are many notable firearms chambered in .308 Winchester, including the Winchester Model 70, Remington 700, and several different models of AR-10. The M-14 and FAL, which are chambered in 7.62x51mm, can also fire .308 ammo.
German Military Surplus 308 Win 148 Grain FMJ – 20 Rounds **Some Corrosion**$17.85
Manufacturer Military Surplus Condition New Bullet Weight 148 Grain Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket (FMJ) Use Type plinking at the range Casing Type Brass Quantity 20 Ammo Caliber 308 Winchester (7.62X51) Manufacturer SKU AM3081 Primer Type Berdan Magnetic Yes UPC Barcode 787450545861 Cost Per Round 89.3¢ per round
Please take note that this military surplus ammo's brass cases have incurred cosmetic corrosion and blemishing since their manufacture during the early '90s.
This 308 Win ammunition was originally made for the German military. Now that they no longer need it, this is your chance to stock up on some pretty high quality military surplus!
Very nicely, this round is brass cased. You may notice a little cosmetic oxidation on there, but otherwise long-term storage has left it no worse for wear. The round’s sealed primer is a Berdan with the two flash holes that rather complicate handloading, but unlike much Russian and other Eastern European milsurp it’s 100 percent non-corrosive. This ammo is somewhat unusual for German milsurp because its headstamp hasn’t been removed, so you can still observe its year of manufacture (1990 from what we’ve seen) as well as Dynamit Nobel’s initials.
This round sports a 148 grain projectile. The full metal jacket looks so distinctive because it is gilded with cupronickel, an alloy made of mostly copper, about 25 percent nickel, and a tiny percentage of iron and manganese. We wish it weren’t so, but in addition to being super tricky to handload this ammo is also magnetic.
West German DAG ammo
Extremely accurate out of my bolt gun, most accurate milsurp I have found, including Port. DAG has been off the market for years, I was glad to find this stuff.
Review by Darrell (Posted on 4/4/2021)
Wolf WPA Polyformance 308 Win 145 Grain FMJ - 500 Rounds$459.85
Manufacturer Wolf Condition New Bullet Weight 145 Grain Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket (FMJ) Use Type plinking at the range Casing Type Steel Quantity 500 Ammo Caliber 308 Winchester (7.62X51) Primer Type Berdan UPC Barcode 645611308123 Cost Per Round 92.0¢ per round
With these cartridges from Wolf WPA, you’ll get full metal jacket rounds that cycle smoothly and deliver less fouling in the barrel. The 148-grain bullet comes out of the muzzle with a velocity of 2,750 feet per second, giving you excellent downrange accuracy and consistency. The jacket is made of a bimetal material, and the PolyFormance coating enhances the smoothness of feeding. This product is a full case of .308 - 500 rounds.
When you need affordable ammunition for target training or competitions, WOLF is the brand you should know. They specialize in high-volume ammo for autoloading rifles and handguns. If you want to spend a full day at the range without overpaying on ammo, WOLF can make it happen!
Few cartridges can match the speed and precision of the .308 Winchester. This round has been used for both military and law enforcement purposes, and it remains a top choice for civilian target shooters and hunters. If you need affordable, reliable ammo for your day at the gun range, order this box of 500 .308 rounds from WOLF.
Armscor 7.62x51 147 Grain FMJ M80 – 20 Rounds$22.00
Manufacturer Armscor Condition New Bullet Weight 147 Grain Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket (FMJ) Use Type plinking at the range Casing Type Brass Quantity 20 Ammo Caliber 308 Winchester (7.62X51) Manufacturer SKU 50319 Primer Type Boxer Magnetic Yes UPC Barcode 4806015502036 Cost Per Round $1.10 per round
Hot off the presses, it’s 7.62x51 ammunition by Armscor! This M80 spec ammo is all you need when you want to tone up your aim with your 308 Win hunting rifle, and it’s also going to let you unload your AR-10 like you’re punching the keys on a well oiled typewriter.
This cartridge is loaded with a 147 grain bullet for a steady muzzle velocity of 2,665 fps. Its bullet is a straightforward FMJ, which has a crimping cannelure to prevent setback in the magazine and a uniformly distributed copper alloy jacket and lead core for trusty target grade accuracy. This non-expanding bullet isn’t appropriate for deer hunting, though it’s powerful enough on its own to help a home invader seriously reconsider their line of work.
Armscor’s magnetic bullet comes flatly seated in a new brass case. The cosmetic discoloration around the shoulder is merely there because the case has been annealed to help it return to its original dimensions once fired. This ammo’s non-corrosive Boxer primers prevent rusting, and once removed reveal the pockets you want for handloading.
Aguila 7.62x51mm 150 Grain FMJ-BT - 20 Rounds$25.15
Manufacturer Aguila Condition New Bullet Weight 150 Grain Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket Boat Tail (FMJ-BT) Use Type plinking at the range Casing Type Brass Quantity 20 Ammo Caliber 308 Winchester (7.62X51) Manufacturer SKU 1E762110 Primer Type Boxer UPC Barcode 640420003252 Cost Per Round $1.26 per round
This 7.62x51mm NATO ammunition from Aguila is an affordable range load for AR-10s, M-14s, Remington 700s, and other 7.62 NATO/.308 Win semi-automatic or bolt action rifles. It can be used in rifles chambered for both 7.62 NATO and .308 Winchester and provides solid accuracy at a very reasonable price.
Each cartridge in this 20 round box fires a 150-grain full metal jacket bullet at a muzzle velocity of 2,750 feet per second. These specs are very similar to those of military M80 ball and produce good long range performance. The bullet's boat tailed profile gives it resistance to crosswinds, helping to ensure that the point of impact is relatively predictable even at extended ranges.
Aguila ammo is loaded by Industrias Tecnos in Cuernavaca, Mexico using non-corrosive Boxer primers and reloadable brass cases. In addition to producing Aguila branded ammunition, Industrias Tecnos also supplies the Mexican military.
Winchester 7.62x51 149 Grain FMJ M80 – 20 Rounds$26.85
Manufacturer Winchester Condition New Bullet Weight 149 Grain Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket (FMJ) Use Type plinking at the range Casing Type Brass Quantity 20 Ammo Caliber 308 Winchester (7.62X51) Manufacturer SKU WM80W Primer Type Boxer Magnetic Yes UPC Barcode 020892229716 Cost Per Round $1.34 per round
One must never let the lead cease flying. If your rifle’s been singing the blues these days because it has been unfairly deprived of much needed 7.62x51 ammunition, then look to Winchester! Their white box always delivers the goods.
This cartridge meets the U.S. Armed Forces’ M80 specifications, and is good for all 7.62x51 rifles as well as those chambered for the commercial 308 Win cartridge. (The 308 is loaded to a slightly higher pressure, so any rifle designed for it can also handle 7.62 NATO.) Just don’t mistake 7.62x51 for 7.62x39. That happens all too often!
This round’s 149 grain bullet is a traditional full metal jacket. The solid lead core’s gilding metal jacket is hard enough to feed reliably and avert deformation under the intense pressure of ignition. It has a cannelure that also averts bullet setback. The FMJ hasn’t got any features that enhance its terminal ballistics, though its inherent accuracy and generous power make it useful for both target practice and emergency situations.
This ammo was made recently for the civilian market. Its cases aren’t reloaded – their discoloration is the natural byproduct of the annealing process, which yields suppler and stronger necks and shoulders. Non-corrosive ammo like this won’t threaten your rifle with rust, and its Boxer primers are optimal for handloading.
Sellier & Bellot 308 180 Grain SPCE - 20 Rounds$35.85
Manufacturer Sellier & Bellot Condition New Bullet Weight 180 Grain Bullet Type Soft-Point Cutting Edge(SPCE) Use Type hunting boar, hunting whitetail deer Casing Type Brass Quantity 20 Ammo Caliber 308 Winchester (7.62X51) Manufacturer SKU SB308F Primer Type Boxer Magnetic No UPC Barcode 754908512188 Cost Per Round $1.79 per round
Designed in 1952, just before the NATO adoption of a less powerful but nearly identical round, the 308 was developed by Winchester and has been one of the best rifle rounds in the world since its creation. Whether you need the power or the range, this phenomenal round can help you bring down boar, deer, elk, and more, not to mention its incredible competition shooting purposes. Proven through years of military sniper use and civilian hunting, match, range training, and plinking use, the 308 is the perfect round for all your shooting shenanigans.
Sellier & Bellot has been creating for over one hundred years, giving the world the phenomenal ammunition we need to shoot at optimum capacity. As one of the most prestigious ammo manufacturers in Eastern Europe, this Czech company makes exactly the ammo you are looking for. Firing at 2509 feet per second, these 180 grain, soft point cutting edge, reloadable rounds are designed for controlled expansion, helping you take down any boar or deer you fancy.