50 Cal Ammo
Magtech 50 BMG 624 Grain FMJ – 100 Rounds$339.85
Manufacturer Magtech Condition New Bullet Weight 624 Grain Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket (FMJ) Use Type plinking at the range Casing Type Brass Quantity 100 Ammo Caliber 50 BMG Manufacturer SKU 50BMGA Primer Type Boxer Magnetic Yes Cost Per Round $3.40 per roundIt takes a big gun and a strong shoulder to fire the mighty 50 BMG. You’ve got both, which is why you need no less than 100 rounds of Magtech’s finest!
This cartridge’s 624 grain full metal jacket projectile achieves a muzzle velocity of 2,952 fps in conjunction with a 45” barrel. The copper-alloy jacket wears a cannelure to keep the bullet securely seated in the case mouth. Its soft steel core quite naturally makes the FMJ magnetic, but it also equips the bullet to dominate tough barriers over great distances. (This is the same M33 ammunition military snipers would use while firing upon personnel and unarmored targets.)
Magtech loads these cartridges with valuable brass cases. They are noncorrosive Boxer primed and brand new. The discoloration you see around the cases’ necks are merely the cosmetic byproduct of the annealing process which strengthens brass; Magtech did not polish the cases before loading them, which does not impact their performance. We are offering this ammo in bundles of 10 boxes, 10 rounds per box.
Magtech 50 BMG 624 Grain FMJ – 10 Rounds$34.85
- Buy 5 at $33.00 /each
- Buy 10 at $31.00 /each
Manufacturer Magtech Condition New Bullet Weight 624 Grain Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket (FMJ) Use Type plinking at the range Casing Type Brass Quantity 10 Ammo Caliber 50 BMG Manufacturer SKU 50BMGA Primer Type Boxer Magnetic Yes UPC Barcode 754908190218 Cost Per Round $3.10 to $3.49 per roundThe 50 BMG is so powerful that it can kill a deer even if it doesn’t hit it. Just the force of the bullet flying past its head is enough to brain a deer permanently! You may prefer a more sporting round for hunting, but that doesn’t mean you won’t appreciate such outstanding power at the range.
This ammunition is produced by Magtech. It is identical to the .50 cal cartridges that the Brazilian company would supply for military use, although this particular ammo was recently manufactured specifically for the commercial market. Each cartridge features a virgin brass case (which is visibly annealed around the shoulder), as well as a noncorrosive Boxer primer. You can reload this ammo, so hang on to its enormous shells.
These cartridges' 624 grain full metal jacket projectiles will deliver the long-range accuracy any .50 cal enthusiast already knows and loves. The bullet does have a mild steel core and will attract a magnet. Its copper-alloy jacket wears a cannelure to prevent immense recoil energy from knocking the bullet out of its seating while it’s stored in the magazine.
PMC Bronze 50 BMG 660 Grain FMJ-BT - 200 Rounds$729.85
Manufacturer PMC Condition New Bullet Weight 660 Grain Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket Boat Tail (FMJ-BT) Use Type match or precision shooting, plinking at the range Casing Type Brass Quantity 200 Ammo Caliber 50 BMG Manufacturer SKU 50A Primer Type Boxer Magnetic Yes UPC Barcode 60741569060358 Cost Per Round $3.65 per round
If you want consistency and outstanding power from your .50 BMG cartridges, order this 200-round case from PMC, a leading company for elite training ammunition. You’ll get rounds that use meticulous engineering and quality control to ensure excellent speed and unprecedented power. Thanks to the full metal jacket boat tail projectile, these rounds feed smoothly and leave less fouling in the barrel.
When you fire these .50 BMG cartridges, you’ll have a muzzle speed of 3,080 feet per second. That’s pretty impressive, but it’s the 13,688 foot pounds of energy from the 660-grain bullet that makes these bullets truly exceptional. With a boat tail, the powerful rounds will have excellent accuracy and tight grouping, even at distances well beyond 500 yards.
PMC makes some of the most consistent and reliable training and sporting ammunition in the country. They create military-spec cartridges that are trusted by gun owners from coast to coast.
PMC Bronze 50 BMG 660 Grain FMJ-BT - 10 Rounds$40.00
Manufacturer PMC Condition New Bullet Weight 660 Grain Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket Boat Tail (FMJ-BT) Use Type plinking at the range Casing Type Brass Quantity 10 Ammo Caliber 50 BMG Manufacturer SKU 50A Primer Type Boxer Magnetic Yes UPC Barcode 741569060356 Cost Per Round $4.00 per round
If you own a rifle that takes .50 BMG cartridges, you already understand the importance of quality and accuracy. That’s why you need to order this 10-round box of 660-grain full metal jacket boat tail ammunition. You’ll be able to shoot .50 BMG cartridges that are extremely fast and amazingly powerful, helping you take accurate shots at distances that other rounds can only dream of.
These rounds have the most outstanding performance in the rifle and downrange. They feed smoothly from the magazine to the chamber and give less fouling in the barrel. The bullets will come blistering out of the barrel with a speed of 3,080 feet per second and a herculean energy of 13,688 foot pounds. With a boat tail, the bullets maintain superior aerodynamics and give excellent trajectories, even at 500 yards and beyond.
PMC is one of the most outstanding ammo manufacturers in the country. They are dedicated to creating the highest-quality cartridges for training and target practice.
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Review by AZ (Posted on 4/14/2021)
Hornady A-Max Match 50 BMG 750 Grain PT – 10 Rounds$104.85
Manufacturer Hornady Condition New Bullet Weight 750 Grain Bullet Type A-MAX Match Use Type match or precision shooting Casing Type Brass Quantity 10 Ammo Caliber 50 BMG Manufacturer SKU 8270 Primer Type Boxer Magnetic No UPC Barcode 090255382709 Cost Per Round $10.49 per round
Precision long-range shooters demand top quality ammunition for their craft. Hornady A-MAX Match loads in .50 BMG are optimized to fulfill that need and designed for accuracy above all other considerations.
Each round in this box of 10 fires a 750 grain A-MAX polymer-tipped match bullet at 2,820 feet per second.
Hornady ammunition is loaded in Grand Island, Nebraska using non-corrosive Boxer primers and reloadable brass cases.