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21 product(s)

  1. Hoppe's BoreSnake - 40-41 Caliber - 1 (Cleaning & Lubrication)

    Regular Price: $11.50

    Special Price: $7.49

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    Manufacturer Hoppe's
    Manufacturer SKU 24003

  2. D&H Industries AR-15 Magazine - 223 Rem 30 Round - Black Teflon w Magpul Follower

    Regular Price: $12.00

    Special Price: $8.95

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    Ammo Caliber 5.56/.223 Rem
    Manufacturer D & H Industries
    Manufacturer SKU 30-AL-BT-MP
    Quantity 1
    UPC Barcode R09062016539

    Customer Reviews

    Hard working magazines

    These magazines are top of the line...not one FTF in heavy usage. The Magpul extended follower is nice but not really needed...I never installed mine.

    Review by Thomas S (Posted on 7/24/17)

    AR mags

    Excellent quality for the price, loaded all mags quickly and easily. I have not taken to the range yet.

    Review by Del AR (Posted on 6/25/17)

    Perfect

    Perfect, just what I was looking for.

    Review by Ron (Posted on 2/4/17)

    GVRP

    Good value for a reliable product. These are for my basic chest rig load out.

    Review by Steady Steve (Posted on 11/9/16)

  3. Hornady .430 Diameter Bullets - 300 Grain XTP HP - 50 Count

    Hornady .430 Diameter Bullets - 300 Grain XTP HP - 50 Count

    Regular Price: $14.90

    Special Price: $10.95

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    Cost Per Bullet 21.9¢ per bullet
    Bullet Weight 300 Grain
    Bullet Caliber 44 Caliber, 44 Mag, 44 Special
    Quantity 50
    Bullet Type XTP
    Manufacturer Hornady
    Manufacturer SKU 44280

  4. Birchwood Casey Splatter Targets 12" Bullseye - 12 Shoot-N-C Targets

    Birchwood Casey Splatter Targets 12" Bullseye - 12 Shoot-N-C Targets

    Regular Price: $25.40

    Special Price: $17.95

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    Manufacturer Birchwood Casey
    Manufacturer SKU 34022
    Quantity 12
    Length 12
    Width 12

  5. Howard Leight Impact-Sport Electronic Earmuffs - Green - 22 NRR - 1 Set

    Regular Price: $60.00

    Special Price: $39.95

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    Manufacturer Howard Leight
    Manufacturer SKU R-01526
    Quantity 1
    UPC Barcode 033552015260

    Howard Leight's Impact Sport electronic earmuffs are a huge improvement over conventional designs in multiple ways: their slim form factor helps reduce the issues many shooters have clearing the stock of long guns against the cups of their hearing protection devices. In-ear earplugs can be worn under these muffs for additional protection if needed.

    The active noise reduction of these earmuffs promises a noise reduction rating of 22, keeping the sounds of your firearm and those of nearby shooters to a safe level. At the same time, the device actually amplifies certain sounds such as human voices--a huge social and safety benefit, as you'll finally be able to hear your shooting buddies and the range officer over muzzle blasts. For those who shoot alone, these earmuffs include an audio jack that can connect to your phone or MP3 player.

    This headset is powered by two AAA batteries, with the first set included in the package. The battery compartment is external and easy to reach, though you won't need to worry about accidentally draining the batteries quickly thanks to the automatic shutoff feature.

    Customer Reviews

    Good "ears" for the price

    I have two pairs of these. I like the way they fold up and they seal tight. There is ear protection with higher NRRs but these are fine for a handgun, shotgun, and most rifle shooting. When the batteries start to get low they develop a low hum but they still work. These are by far the most popular ears seen on our range and at Widener's $39.95 sale price they are a bargain.

    Review by JC (Posted on 12/14/17)

    Could be quieter

    Comfortable and allows for a solid cheek weld but not quiet enough for me, esp when shooting w magnums or muzzle brakes nearby. You should use these w soft earplugs.

    Review by Long range shooter (Posted on 11/13/17)

    Barely ok

    These fold up compactly but the problem is the way they fold makes the material take a set which pulls the ear cups from your head when wearing them allowing sound to leak through. My ears were ringing after a short range session. I've left them unfolded to hopefully allow the material to relax and will try again but I don't have much hope for these.
    The microphone did pick up sounds rather well and normal conversation was easy.

    Review by Darren (Posted on 11/5/17)

  6. Military Surplus .224 Diameter Bullets - 55 Grain FMJ - 500 Count

    Regular Price: $49.00

    Special Price: $42.95

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    Cost Per Bullet 8.2¢ to 8.6¢ per bullet
    Bullet Weight 55 Grain
    Bullet Caliber 223 Rem
    Quantity 500
    Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)
    Manufacturer General Dynamics

    If you are the type of gun owner who demands the best bullets for your reloading needs, then you’re going to want a high-quality load for every possible purpose. Whether it’s target practice, self defense, or hunting, you need a projectile that is accurate and reliable. These military-surplus bullets will give you the consistency you desire with excellent performance downrange. When loaded properly, these bullets are outstanding.

    With this package, you’ll get 500 full metal jacket bullets that were originally designed for military use. The full metal jacket bullet gives you the high-quality performance that you expect. They are incredibly accurate, but their greatest benefit is minimum fouling in the barrel. The 55-grain bullets give you speed and precision, allowing you to get the target practice you need.

    These bullets will ensure you have the firing consistency you desire. If you demand the best, don’t put anything other than high-quality military bullets in your .223 rifle loads.

    Customer Reviews

    Great Bullet at a Great Price

    I have used 1000 of these and they produce excellent and accurate practice rounds for both of my ARs. I have a second order of 1000 on the shelf. When those are used up I will buy more.

    Review by stebbinsgr (Posted on 12/4/17)

    everything worked out well

    was exactly what I required...quality seems good and the price was right

    Review by John T (Posted on 11/2/17)

    Great bullets!!

    Good bullets for a great price. Fast shipping as well. Looking forward to producing quality rounds!

    Review by Scott M. (Posted on 5/25/17)

    Great product

    Fast shipping . Great price . Will use again

    Review by fuzzy (Posted on 5/7/17)

    Great product

    Afoordable and accurate and good shipping time couldn't ask for more

    Review by Ryoho (Posted on 4/16/17)

    Good Product

    Haven't used them yet, but quality looks excellent.

    Review by shooter (Posted on 3/19/17)

    Good product for price

    Very happy with product but thought product took a long time to arrive.

    Review by Markymark (Posted on 1/15/17)

    Great deal

    Good quality, fairly consistent loads. I did notice a slight difference in overall length by .005" over the lot. Could've been my equipment, who knows. Close enough for me to be very happy with this product. Hard to find rounds at a good price. Win win.

    Review by Ethan (Posted on 1/1/17)

    Reasonable value for price

    The bullet is adequate for the price. Its not as accurate as a comparable hornady bullet but that is expected.

    Review by Can (Posted on 12/26/16)

    Excellent

    Very pleased. Will order again soon. Thanks
    Rick

    Review by Rick (Posted on 12/14/16)

    received them right away

    they shoot a nice group and the price is right

    Review by st (Posted on 12/11/16)

    Great product, service and price

    Exactly as described, shipped fast and a decent price. What else do you want?

    Review by NotSoMuch (Posted on 12/5/16)

    Great product for the price.

    These are worth the money! I'll definitely be purchasing more as my budget allows.

    Review by JerryS (Posted on 11/28/16)

    Good value for the money

    I had really good groups with these bullets. In my 223 they performed well and grouped less than MOA. Would recommend these to anyone.

    Review by Bobby (Posted on 11/14/16)

    It was so good I doubled my order.

    I originally order 1000 rounds but a couple of days later I ordered another 1000. When they arrived one of the bags busted open but it was all contained in the box. I reloaded the first 1000 rounds and liked the bullets so much I ordered another 2000. Very happy with the whole purchase.

    Review by Pastenseverb (Posted on 11/9/16)

    Great product!

    Excellent consistency, great price and fast shipping. A winning combo. Will definitely order again.

    Review by Matty (Posted on 9/26/16)

    Solid product

    Super fast delivery in solid packaging.....best price ive found online and as far as accuracy wont find much better definitely a solid product....ordered 1000 and will be a repeat offender keep up the good work

    Review by Riptide (Posted on 9/17/16)

    good buy!

    Excellent accurate bullets at a good price! I plan on ordering more of these projectiles and more in other calibers as well. Thank you Widener's for great quality products at reasonable prices and fast shipping too!

    Review by burnt0013 (Posted on 9/12/16)

    Bullets are great the packaging needs help

    The bullets are great and are great for weekend plinking. I ordered a 1000 and both bags were ripped and my UPS guy gave me the ones that he found in his truck that escaped the box. For .04 a piece I wasn't going to wast my time counting but I'm sure more than a few got out of the box before reaching my house.

    Review by Newb reloader (Posted on 8/24/16)

    Purchased 2000 bullets, they arrived in a timley manner,excellent quality and only cost .09 cents a piece, cant beat the price

    Very happy with the quality for military surplus bullets. great price, will buy from them again

    Review by Doug (Posted on 8/24/16)

    Great value

    Best pills at the best price. Get them while you can before the crazy starts again.

    Review by Greg (Posted on 8/21/16)

    Review of purchase, shipment, and customer service.

    This review is only for my overall purchasing experience as I have yet to reload any of the projectiles. Wideners was the best priced and shipment was speedy out to the West coast. I had one tiny concern about my shipment when it arrived (after further review there was no issue at all) and Wideners customer service was quick on the draw to help me figure everything out. When I received the product I examined it and it appears to be in absolute perfect shape.

    Review by Joseph (Posted on 8/18/16)

    Excellent value

    Exceptional value. This is my third time purchasing these. Way better than the last batch of Winchester I bought. I weighed each one individually. The spread ranged from 54.7 to 55.4. The bulk of them were exactly 55.0 on a Frankford Arsenal and a RCBS scale. Will definitely buy again.

    Review by Noveskefan (Posted on 8/14/16)

    Great Value

    Bought these in 500 bullet lots to make sure that the product was accurate. Good accuracy and the best price that I have been able to find that are new, un-pulled, boat-tail bullets. The first worked so well, that I have bought another 500 and will continue to buy them in the future. The only issue I have is that the store is only 100 miles away from my location and Fed-Ex takes 5 days to get them to me....and the trucks pass me twice while going to hubs. Small issue in grand scale and won't stop me from future purchases...just order a couple of days before I start getting really low.

    Review by DougK (Posted on 8/14/16)

    these look great very well made

    Excellent price with prompt shipping as always with Wideners. Only one small hiccup the bag had the top cut off, so everything was rolling loose in the box. The box started to come apart, so I was concerned if everything was still there. I counted and surprisingly non had fallen out yet.

    Review by Dave (Posted on 8/3/16)

    Great bargin

    First time purchasing theses. Excellent quality and uniformity. I'll definitely be back for more.

    Review by Chuck (Posted on 7/18/16)

    Second order

    My second order...
    I am pleased with these bullets, I use them for the bulk of my reloads, accurate!!!
    Will continue to use these for all of my reloading and plinking !!

    Review by Augdog (Posted on 7/13/16)

    .224 FMJ

    High quality bullets, indistinguishable from Speer or Hornady but a lot cheaper

    Review by Jack (Posted on 6/5/16)

    Great bullets for training and bulk reloading.

    I've loaded and shot 2000 of these and they have been perfect for training out to 100m. 1 inch groups off of bags out to 100yards, and consistent hits on steel at 40-100 yards. Will buy more!

    Review by Great shooting bullet (Posted on 6/5/16)

    Excellent for the price

    I've shot more accurate bullets, but not at this price. If your plinking or just shooting paper these are excellent. If you're looking for extreme accuracy their are other manufacturers at a much higher price.

    Review by Ray (Posted on 5/12/16)

    Best bullet of this type-bar none

    At 100 yds these bullets consistently shoot 5 rnd shot groups 1 inch and less. Better than the so-called target/competition bullets. I will purchase more of these very soon. Thank you for a great product.

    Review by Filiaho (Posted on 4/10/16)

    The Key to Cloning M193 Milspec Ammo!

    I've been chasing my tail for several years trying to safely clone M193 ammo using Hornady #2267 FMJ bullets. I discovered that these G.D. surplus bullets have a significantly reduced bearing surface and they seat .030" farther out. The result is that I can now clone M193 ammo at a safe pressure. Another mistake I was making was to use CCI No. 41 milspec primers . . . although milspec, these added a great deal of pressure with little increase in velocity. If you're an experimenter like me, try standard primers with 26.5 gr. of H335 with an OACL of 2.750". When I chronographed this load alongside Federal XM193 ammo, the federal was 3,138 fps avg. and my new load with these G.D. bullets clocked 3,158 fps . . . with slightly less pressure and a much tighter extreme velocity spread than the real M193. My original order was for 2,000 bullets and I just ordered another 2,000. Get them while you can!

    Review by Harold (Posted on 3/29/16)

    good bullet at a good price

    These are good bullets for punching paper. They are accurate and the price is competitive. Have not tried on any game or varmint animals!

    Review by Paul K. (Posted on 3/28/16)

    Good quality/price

    These are good quality projectiles at a fair price.
    I'm consistently getting 1.5" - 2" groups @ 100 yds. If I could get more trigger time I'm sure I could get that tightened up.

    I'll definitely be buying more as my wallet permits ;)

    Review by Mike (Posted on 3/17/16)

  7. Federal Top Gun 20 Gauge 2-3/4" 7/8 oz. #9 Lead Shot – 250 Rounds

    Regular Price: $68.85

    Special Price: $57.95

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    Manufacturer Federal
    Condition New
    Bullet Weight 7/8 oz.
    Bullet Type #9 Shot
    Use Type target practice and clay shooting
    Quantity 250
    Ammo Caliber 20 Gauge
    Manufacturer SKU TG20 9
    Shot Material Lead
    Shell Length 2-3/4"
    UPC Barcode 029465519384
    Cost Per Round 23.2¢ per round

    If you are looking for something with great power but don't want the recoil of bigger firearms, the 20 gauge shotgun is perfect for you. With much of the payload of the 12 gauge, but reduced enough to be better for small game, the 20 gauge is perfect for hunting all types of animals as well as blasting all day at the range due to its reduced recoil. Whatever your shooting needs are, the 20 gauge is the perfect shotgun for you.

    Founded in 1922, Federal has been providing ammunition all across America for nearly a century and has become one of America's top ammo manufacturers. With these Federal Top Gun, 2 3/4", #9 shot, 7/8 ounce shells, you have fantastic clay breaking power, perfect for spending a day at the range. Firing at 1210 feet per second, these shells will have no trouble bringing down pigeon after clay pigeon.

  8. 9mm 115 gr Round Nose Double Struck Berry's Bullets For Sale!

    Berry's 9mm Bullets 115 Grain Plated RN DS – 1000

    Regular Price: $72.00

    Special Price: $64.95

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    Cost Per Bullet 6.5¢ per bullet
    Bullet Weight 115 Grain
    Bullet Caliber 9mm
    Quantity 1000
    Bullet Type Plated Round Nose
    Manufacturer Berry's
    Manufacturer SKU 36002

    Berry's bullets are a great choice for your next batch of custom range loads. Each projectile in this box of 1000 is a 115 grain copper plated round nose that has been double struck. These bullets have swaged lead cores and are then copper-plated. After copper-plating, every projectile is re-struck to ensure that the plating is consistent and the sizing is accurate. Berry's bullets is a family owned company and their products are made in the USA.

    Note: Copper-plated bullets are not recommended for velocities over 1,200 feet per second.

    While you are here be sure to check out our selection of 9mm Brass.

    **This is not loaded ammunition**

    Customer Reviews

    Berry's quality sufficient for practice..for SD..not so good..

    Size and weight consistency acceptable for practice..
    No need for the performance of the SD projectiles..

    Review by oromil (Posted on 4/9/17)

  9. IDPA Targets - Officially Licensed Target Barn Cardboard Silhouette - 100 Pack

    Regular Price: $71.00

    Special Price: $64.95

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    Manufacturer Target Barn
    Manufacturer SKU IDPA
    Quantity 100
    Length 30
    Width 18
    UPC Barcode IDPAcardbrd100

    New 2017 Targets. Design Changed For 2017 Requirements

    An effective gun owner not only has the right weapon and the right cartridges, they make sure to practice on a regular basis, ensuring better safety and proficiency with their self defense guns. When you head to the target range, make sure you are using quality targets like these cardboard silhouettes from Target Barn.

    This pack gives you 100 silhouette targets for your training and practice. They use 1/8-inch corrugated cardboard and make an excellent training tool, no matter what your skill level. These targets are officially licensed by the International Defensive Pistol Association.

    Target Barn is a major manufacturer of many different targets. They create items for various types of training, and have targets made from cardboard, paper, steel, and more. They also have reloading supplies and target-shooting accessories. No matter what type of firearm you own, you can get the practice you need with Target Barn.

  10. General Dynamics .308 Diameter Bullets - 147 Grain FMJ - 500 Count

    Regular Price: $99.00

    Special Price: $79.95

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    Cost Per Bullet 16.0¢ per bullet
    Bullet Weight 147 Grain
    Bullet Caliber 30 Caliber, 30-06, 30-40 Krag, 300 AAC Blackout, 300 Rem SAUM, 300 Rem Ultra Mag, 300 Savage, 300 Weatherby, 300 Win Mag, 300 Win Short Mag, 300 WSM, 308 Win
    Quantity 500
    Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)
    Manufacturer General Dynamics

    The .308 Winchester round dates all the way back to 1953, but it remains one of the most reliable cartridges for medium-game hunting and target shooting. With speed, accuracy, and power, these rounds are used for a wide variety of game, from deer to black bear. If you are going to reload your .308 cases, you need high-quality bullets that deliver accurate trajectories and smooth firing.

    These military-spec 147-grain bullets are full metal jacket, non-magnetic, projectiles that deliver excellent performance in semi-automatic rifles. These are the same projectiles loaded in the M80 NATO rounds. They feed smoothly and deliver consistent and tight grouping downrange. You’ll have 500 bullets that help you get the practice you need for your .308 Winchester rifle. If you are going to reload your .308 Winchester cases, these bullets will give the performance you desire.

    Although these bullets were originally intended for military use, you can now purchase them through our website. Many gun owners prefer military surplus ammunition, as they perform with more reliability, especially in autoloaders.

    Customer Reviews

    Excellent product

    Accurate bullet for my M1A. Packaging arrived in good condition, no spilled bullets. I will buy more, good price and timely delivery.

    Review by Victor (Posted on 11/13/17)

    Appear to be great bullets.

    They came in fine condition, no problems with box and bag. They look great, just what I was looking for. A working man's bullet for shooting and plinking in several rifles. Have not loaded any yet but plan to soon.

    Review by DeepInTheThoughtGulag (Posted on 7/13/17)

    General dynamics 147g

    Great inexpensive 300 blackout bullet, loads well, consistent size. Will buy more.

    Review by Compuwhat (Posted on 7/3/17)

    308, 147

    Great bullet but better yet these guys got there packing problems corrected, box in a box. Good job guys !!!

    Review by Tab (Posted on 5/31/17)

    Good product good price

    I had about given up finding a source for inexpensive range ammo for my home brew .300 Blackout 16in AR, when I found these. Just ran a test batch of 50 with a low load out to 300yd with decent groups even with the crappy optic I was using. Plan to get more, I was using .223 rifle for 3 gun but now I can make a switch to Blackout with out going broke. Very happy.

    Review by Eric the Red (Posted on 5/24/17)

    Seems like a nice bullet, but won't shoot for me.

    I purchased these bullets several months ago. I've been trying to work up an accurate load with different powders and have shot a lot of them in three different rifles. My latest groups were as big as ten inches at 200 yards, while my Nosler bullets gave me a two inch group with the same rifle. I'm sure they shoot well for some people, so I will sell them and let someone else have a try with them.

    Review by krmcne (Posted on 3/30/17)

    Excellent multipurpose round.

    I have placed two orders for General Dynamics 308 diameter bullets 147 grain full metal jacket boat tail, 500 bullets, 30 days apart. In the first order, the package arrived in pristine condition, with excellent packaging material to protect the internal plastic bag.
    The second order arrived today, the box was damaged and open on the seams and had been re-taped several times. The internal plastic bag was burst at the seams, appeared to have been wrapped with a thin sheet of paper, and the bullets were scattered throughout the box. In my opinion, the quality of the shipping carton does not meet the standards for a 10 pound plus shipment.
    I shoot an H&K G-3 clone. I reload a mix of military and civilian brass, with 40 grains of IMR 4007 or 40 grains of benchmark.
    My experience with the 147 grain full metal jacket boat tail from General Dynamics has been excellent! (No misshapen projectiles, all weights within one grain.)

    Review by Bob (Posted on 3/16/17)

    Great prices a good product.

    Can't beat the price in these bullets. Pretty consistent. Great for plinking rounds.

    Review by Andrew (Posted on 2/26/17)

    Great bullet for the money!

    Use these for .300 Blkout, Garand and AR10, works great for everyday range shooting and will definitely be getting more!!!

    Review by Craig (Posted on 2/23/17)

    Good bullet for the sale price.

    Not a match grade produced bullet but a good deal for the price and within the specs for a military issued round. Great bullet for general reloading and shooting along with field testing of a rifle.

    Review by 8point (Posted on 2/15/17)

    Good Value

    I see some complaints about quality and accuracy , however I shoot these 147 grain FMJs in my M1A, with battle sights and group 1-1.5 inch groups at 100 yards. I use H4895 and IMR 3031 (my rifles favorite powder) and get consistent velocity and accuracy.

    Learned to shoot in the USMC and I do not have any problems with from this product offered by Wideners from General Dynamics.

    Review by HPDrifter (Posted on 2/11/17)

    Good Quality / Poor Packaging

    I was not planning on writing a review, especially after so many others were written complaining about the same issue, but Wideners sent me a email asking for one, so here is the good and the bad of it all.
    The quality of the projectile is very good and their sale price of $79 per bag of 500 is really inexpensive, and from the time I placed my order to when they were delivered to my front porch is S.E. Michigan was not even 2 full days.
    The problem was that it was immediately obvious that the 8" square cardboard shipping box had suffered quite a trauma in it's trip to my home. The box had probably 20 feet of clear packing tape going all around the bottom and up one side where the box had split open, it was not even close to being square anymore.There were 3 bags of 500pc each in the box, all appeared to be split at their seams, all the bullets just laying loose in the bottom, just as if the box were dropped onto the floor a few times until the plastic bags popped open and poured their contents out of the damaged shipping container.
    I am certainly not blaming Wideners for this, we all know how careless the shipping companies employees are, they don't care. But, I was prepared that this might happen since there were already so many complaints registered here. I knew I would have to accept the good with the bad.
    Wideners can fix this with some of their own clear packing tape, a short piece on the seam of each bag, to prevent it from bursting, a strip of tape around the top, bottom and down each side to hold the box together.

    Review by Paul (Posted on 2/6/17)

    seem to be quality bullets

    have not loaded measured or weighed any of these bullets yet but they look to be quality bullets and the shipping was quick. off hand I'd say for the average garand or hk91 they would do nicely as plinking bullets because of the price, if you take the time to sort them properly you may even get some accuracy from them.

    Review by george (Posted on 1/30/17)

    Legit

    This stuff is great, seen pretty consistent!

    Review by manuel (Posted on 1/15/17)

    Very good military style bullet for my M14.

    These bullets are very consistent and even though I have not had a chance to shoot them, I feel that they will be quite accurate.

    Review by Kenneth49 (Posted on 12/11/16)

    Good Value for Military Rifle Reloads

    I loaded some ammunition for my 30-06 and .308 caliber M1 Garands with these projectiles and shot good groups. Accuracy is slightly better than with cartridges I loaded with the Hornady 150g FMJ. I use both IMR 4895 and H4895 powders for my Garand loads.

    Once I go through the 2,500 I have on hand, I will definitely order more.

    Review by Hang Fire (Posted on 12/1/16)

    Great buy.

    Better than expected for bulk inexpensive bullets.. Sample weights within 1 grain of each other.

    Review by Big Jer (Posted on 11/16/16)

    for my Field grade CMP Garand

    Received these earlier than projected...that is always a plus! However like others bag in box was split open. Grouped well at 300 yards considering the field grade Garand and the shooter. All rounds fired in that string were within the kill areas (head and heart) 4 inch inch groups 4 en bloc clips loaded with GI brass and these bullets. Very satisfied!

    Review by dick (Posted on 11/6/16)

    BEWARE! - Undersized up to .0005

    Diameters were undersized up to .0005 resulting in 3+ MOA accuracy at 100yds from a precision rifle. Would not buy this product again.

    Review by Jim (Posted on 10/31/16)

    Good quality bullets good price

    Received 1000 bullets very good quality loaded with imr 4895 for my m1 and 03a in 30-06 will load tomorrow for my m1 in 308. Will order another 1000. good quality and price. Safe shooting

    Review by West (Posted on 10/31/16)

    Nice bullets for the price!

    Examined these bullets when I received them and they are extremely nice and consistent. Very good value for the money. Only drawback was the plastic bags that they ship in split open in the shipping box.

    Review by SS (Posted on 10/30/16)

    Inconsistency of bullet length

    Look great weight is consistent but length is not. Only measured 30 bullets and They vary from 28.92 - 29.37 thats .(.45 ) the Hornady bullets I used where only ( .21 ) difference out of 100 measured.

    Review by John (Posted on 10/30/16)

    Gen. Dynamics bullets not impressive.

    Two star quality, poor to average grouping, surpassed by other bullets you sell Disappointing. results, in my M- garands.

    Review by hal (Posted on 10/27/16)

    Quality at a good price

    Ordered 2 bags while on sale, great price -no problem with open bags in my box. Did some weight checks & all were @ 148 + or - a few 10ths on a cheap electronic scale- very consistent, better than some brand names I've bought locally.
    If I'd had time to load and shoot -or count- i would add or subtract a Star. But these aren't for hunting or long range precision, -So - 5 stars for quality & price.

    Review by Bob (Posted on 10/11/16)

    Great Price and a great bullet Im very Happy with these

    I bought these because of the price thinking that ifs they weren't so good it would not matter. I was surprised how good these were.. great groupings and easy to reload new cartridges with these.. Overall major score here. They look amazing too. All my 300 blackout buddies want me to make ammo for them now because of how much cheaper it is to roll your own .300 blackout than to buy it.

    Thanks Wideners you Rock!

    Review by kmart1967 (Posted on 10/9/16)

    Saving money

    Keeping my 300blackout bullet cost down, these 147 gr bullets do just that. Will be reordering very soon.

    Review by CG57 (Posted on 10/5/16)

    Just as described

    Ordered these for my 300 blackout loads and I love them best I have found for the money

    Review by Dustin (Posted on 9/28/16)

    Great service!!

    I received bullets within 2 days of ordering. I opened the box and found the bullets in an open bag with some packing so naturally my first concern was are they all here. I counted the billets and not only did I get the 500 I ordered but there were four extra bullets. Thanks Wideners for the fast and great service!!

    Review by Tallahassee (Posted on 9/26/16)

    Rolling along.

    These bullets are nice for range time, and I like getting them at a good price. I wasn't so lucky about the tape holding my bullets in the box. Bullets fell out at the UPS Store, in my car, probably all the way back to Wideners.

    Review by GFarmer13 (Posted on 9/21/16)

    great

    shipped fast and good price. will buy again

    Review by kevin (Posted on 9/12/16)

    bullets for the 300 blackout!

    Very nice bullets for the 3 gun world! Loaded in the 300 blackout and they work and chamber perfectly without going broke! Will definitely buy more! Wideners served me well and got items to me quickly!!!

    Review by John (Posted on 9/4/16)

    Great Value

    Loaded these into some 7.62 Lake City brass pushed by a conservative amount of IMR-4064. I had some great results with my Browning BLR and Ruger All-American. It's sure a lot nicer practicing with these than sending more expensive hunting bullets down range. This was my first purchase from Widener's - it will not be my last. Thanks

    Review by Buzz (Posted on 8/29/16)

    308 range amm

    I use these for 308 range ammo. Load nice accurate. Close enough to use 149 grain recipes.

    Review by riley (Posted on 8/22/16)

    Military reloading components purchased

    Excellent quality and pricing coupled to very fast service and shipping. Thanx Wideners, don't really need to shop around with you as a supplier.

    Review by Rick G. (Posted on 8/16/16)

    Got what I ordered sooner than exspected

    Got what I ordered sooner than expected. Also 3 extra bullets bought them on sale.

    Review by Crobie1 (Posted on 8/16/16)

    fast delivery, good price

    the delivery was exceptionaly fast, the price was awesome. these will be used in a 300 BO SBR

    Review by miktri (Posted on 8/14/16)

    Good product at a great price.

    These bullets worked well for me as I reload 308 and 300 AAC. They are exceptional in both calibers. Thanks Widners.

    Review by Dan (Posted on 8/8/16)

    Great price

    Wideners has come through for me again. Great quality and great price. The box was packed well and arrived fast. You won't find a better online company to deal with.

    Review by tires2burn (Posted on 7/20/16)

    Very good bullet at a great price.

    Good bullet for the money, used them in 30/06 and 308 M1 and M1A.

    Review by BC 71 (Posted on 7/18/16)

    Cost Effective

    This bullet loads easily and is consistent regarding COL. Price is good. No signs of over pressure, primers were CCI Small Rifle fired from a registered SBR with a 7.5 inch barrel and a Sup Arms gas Piston Operating System.

    Review by Titan (Posted on 7/6/16)

    Great budget bullet for 308 and 300 blk

    Average weight of 100 bullet is 146.7
    I used in both 300blk and 308 win and it worked extremely well. Average group (1 in 12 ar10 20" barrel that shoot 168gr Sierra match king .25 moa) is about 1 moa which not bad at all.
    It is not the match bullet quality however no other bullet can beat this price.

    Review by John (Posted on 7/3/16)

    Good Value.

    Average 148.2 gr. Dimensionally consistent in Dia and length. Shoot great in my M1 Garand. Weidner's could improve on their packaging quite a lot. The bag was ripped open and everything was rolling around loose in the box. Good thing the tape held.

    Review by AL (Posted on 6/29/16)

    NON METALIC JACKETS

    These bullets all weigh within 1/2 grain from each other and are perfectly concentric . Another big + is the jacket is copper not copper plated steel. The quality is great and I will be ordering more.

    Review by Buck (Posted on 6/24/16)

    Cannelure looks to be in the right place

    I am not that far from Widener's in north Alabama. Still, I pulled the trigger on a thousand of these from an email ad on Thursday night, received a shipping notice via FEDEX on Friday, and they were delivered to my house at 8 p.m. on Saturday. I did not really need that much attention but it impresses me. I have not "miked", weighed, or used any of these. I trust the other reviews. They do look to be of the highest quality. I do want to add this, and I would appreciate verification from someone who has loaded these; the cannelure appears to be in the right place when compared to the Hdy bullets I have been using. The cannelure on the Hdy was too high for standard 7.62x51 OAL to feed a hungry FN FAL. They worked, but these should be spot on.

    Review by rocketman4real (Posted on 6/19/16)

    Awesome bullets for my 300 BLK.

    Worked well in my 300 AAC. Reformed LC cases and Accurate 1680.

    Review by jimdanos (Posted on 6/12/16)

    Great bullets, work great for 300 blackout

    These bullets are great and work great for 300 blackout loads.

    Review by Kent (Posted on 6/9/16)

    loads shoot great

    loads shoot great aac300 blackout

    Review by louis (Posted on 6/8/16)

    Excellent quality .308 FMJ bullets.

    Excellent quality - very consistent weight from bullet to bullet.

    Review by Northeast Pete (Posted on 6/2/16)

    Versatile Bullet!

    Great looking bullets and I got them on sale so I bought 1,000. Should shoot great in my M1 Garand and M1A...thanks Wideners!!!!

    Review by Henry J (Posted on 5/29/16)

    Great for the price

    Good bullets, load great and shoot great. Actually measured 148 grains and loaded them with 150 grain data with good results

    Review by Tony Cap (Posted on 5/18/16)

    MAIL CALL! Bullets have arrived!

    I'm really starting to love Wideners, or is it Videners? Anyway, my order of 500 147 grain General Dynamic FMJ-BT bullets just arrived.

    After weighing a hand full, most are in the high 147 to low 148 grain range, which is fine. I'm primarily loading them for sonic and subsonic training rounds.



    Review by IntelMerc (Posted on 5/11/16)

    Uniform weight, point, and base. Should have bought more.

    Excellent147 FMJ's for any .308 shooting pointed bullets

    Review by rg1 (Posted on 5/9/16)

    300 Blackout - Worked Great

    Bought 1500 of these to load in my MCP 300 Blackout.

    Works flawlessly with 16.5gr of H110 and reformed Lake City brass. (Always start at the lowest load per the book and work your way up.)

    The bullets at are .308, not .309-.312. No swagging needed.

    Well worth it for 30 cal bullets.

    Review by Gary (Posted on 5/8/16)

    Loading 308s

    I am loading 308s and they perform great I will be buying more

    Review by philip (Posted on 4/26/16)

    Garand Salad

    These bullets shoot great in my Garand. For the price, they are uniform and clean. 500 just might not be enough!

    Review by SKG (Posted on 4/25/16)

    Very nice

    Very nice looking bullets but have yet to load and fire any...If they shoot as good ad they look I will be happy.But it will be a year or so before i do

    Review by Stevep51d (Posted on 4/24/16)

    For my 308 and 300 Blackout

    I will definitely order again. Nice product.

    Review by Jetray (Posted on 4/14/16)

    Great service,good product.

    Well done!

    Review by Tom (Posted on 4/14/16)

    !47 grain for 300 Blackout

    I haven't loaded any of these yet, but they appear to be awesome for the money. They look just like the Hornady 150 grain I gave been using but a lot cheaper. Now, if General Dynamics offer would offer some inexpensive 125 grain and 208 grain I would be happy.

    Review by Dennis (Posted on 4/11/16)

    Fast service, fast shipping. The order wasn't correct on the shipping address and I was contacted within a half hour for the correct address.

    Will order again!

    Review by SCAR H (Posted on 4/10/16)

    Blackout

    Found my new .300 Blackout super bullet, good quality and great price!

    Review by Craig (Posted on 4/1/16)

    Great Value

    Great service and shipping. Very nice bullet, shoots slightly to left in M1 Garand compared to 145 GR Military surplus I was previously using. It is a good value.

    Review by J. Sample (Posted on 3/27/16)

    Excellent !

    Great product ! Shipping and service is outstanding !!!!

    Review by gastrap (Posted on 3/21/16)

    Greate product, at a good price.

    for M1A1 good price.

    Review by Mike (Posted on 3/14/16)

    Great products

    The best 300 blackout bullets I have found !

    Review by Railrunner (Posted on 3/10/16)

    Will Recommend to others and purchase again for myself

    Excellent product. Fine construction. Very consistent size, weight, and configuration!

    Review by Jim (Posted on 3/9/16)

  11. Winchester Winclean 9mm 124 Grain BEB - 500 Rounds

    Regular Price: $154.75

    Special Price: $99.95

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    Manufacturer Winchester
    Condition New
    Bullet Weight 124 Grain
    Bullet Type Brass Enclosed Base (BEB)
    Use Type indoor range shooting
    Casing Type Brass
    Quantity 500
    Ammo Caliber 9mm Luger (9x19)
    Manufacturer SKU WC92
    Primer Type Boxer
    UPC Barcode 50020892212997
    Cost Per Round 20.0¢ per round

    Winchester Winclean ammunition is the perfect choice for indoor shooters. These cartridges deliver the same accuracy and reliability that gun owners expect of Winchester ammo, but come with the added bonus of reducing airborne lead exposure.

    Each round in this case of 500 fires a 124 grain brass enclosed base bullet. These projectiles are similar to FMJ ones, but with one key difference: the lead core is exposed at the nose of the bullet rather than the base. This prevents burning propellant from making contact with the lead, significantly reducing exposure risk. This is a standard pressure load that produces a muzzle velocity of 1,130 feet per second.

    Winchester ammo is made in Oxford, Mississippi using lead-free Boxer primers and brass cases.

  12. Federal Power Shok 12 Gauge 2-3/4" #00 Buck Shot – 250 Rounds

    Regular Price: $179.85

    Special Price: $139.95

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    Manufacturer Federal
    Condition New
    Bullet Weight Not Applicable
    Bullet Type #00 Buck
    Use Type hunting or defending your home
    Quantity 250
    Ammo Caliber 12 Gauge
    Manufacturer SKU F127 00
    Shot Material Lead
    Primer Type Shotshell
    Shell Length 2-3/4"
    UPC Barcode 50029465009736
    Cost Per Round 56.0¢ per round

    This full-power buckshot load from Federal is an excellent choice if you're skilled at stalking deer to close ranges. Each 2-3/4" shell in this case of 250 fires nine pellets of 00 buck at a muzzle velocity of 1,325 feet per second, producing deadly results against small or midsize game.

    Federal Power-Shok ammunition is designed for cost-effective hunting and features tried and true projectile designs that have taken millions of game animals over the years.

    This ammo is loaded at Federal's headquarters in Anoka, Minnesota. Federal is a division of Vista Outdoor, which also owns Speer, CCI, Estate, and many other shooting-related brands.

  13. Tula 9mm 115 Grain FMJ – 1000 Rounds

    Regular Price: $159.85

    Special Price: $149.95

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    Manufacturer Tula Cartridge Works
    Condition New
    Bullet Weight 115 Grain
    Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)
    Use Type plinking at the range
    Casing Type Steel
    Quantity 1000
    Ammo Caliber 9mm Luger (9x19)
    Manufacturer SKU TA919150
    Primer Type Berdan
    UPC Barcode 814950016536
    Cost Per Round 15.0¢ per round

    There's never such thing as having too much of the world's most popular centerfire pistol caliber. Get your share of the loot at a low price with this 1000 round bulk pack of 9x19mm Luger ammo from Tula Cartridge Works. TulAmmo is sourced from Russia's Tula plant, the largest ammunition manufacturer in that country. With experience dating back to 1880, the Tula plant is trusted for its experience in mass production of military rounds as well as tailor-made export ammo. The latest line of rounds use non-corrosive Berdan primers and steel casings coated with a layer of polymer which boasts increased reliability and low fouling over the older lacquer-coated casings.

    These rounds use 115 grain full metal jacket bullets to match the lightest and most popular 9mm Parabellum plinking cartridges. This results in easily managed recoil with a muzzle velocity of 1,345 feet per second. The projectiles have a jacket of either copper or bi-metal; bi-metal is a mix of steel and copper which may not be accepted at some indoor ranges due to its hardness and ability to spark on steel backstops.

    Customer Reviews

    good

    Sig loves it, any pistol I own loves it and it is accurate , what more can you ask?

    Review by Don (Posted on 10/9/17)

    Awesome service!!

    Received my order within 48 business hours to Northern Virginia! Great ammo, great price, great service. Customer for life!

    Review by DD (Posted on 9/20/17)

    Accurate for the price.

    Shoots well. A little hard to load into the mag, probably because of the case finish. Sometimes the slide doesn't close on the last round. It's an ok practice round for the price.

    Review by Art (Posted on 5/21/17)

    Good ammo..

    my Sig eats it fine and my Tauris eats it too..my Kel Tec no issues..i"ll buy more

    Review by Drumrooster (Posted on 11/2/16)

    Excellent submachine gun ammo!

    Can't reload my range ammo for this price. I save my component's for other nine's. A little dirty but not a big deal as I will clean the gun anyway.!!

    Review by TWhit (Posted on 10/31/16)

    great deal

    This is a really good ammo for the price, you can shoot a lot without spending a fortune to do so.

    Review by jpelston (Posted on 8/9/16)

    Great for plinking

    This is the second batch I've purchased from Wideners. Both times the price was great and the shipping was quick. I have had zero problems with feeding in either my M&P Shield or XD. Not the most accurate but good enough for a day at the range. Not that dirty either.

    Review by Bob (Posted on 6/20/16)

    As cheap as reloading

    Plink away, folks. Great plinking ammo, competitive with loading your own. And the spent cases can be picked up with a magnet.

    Review by Milliwatt Rob (Posted on 6/15/16)

    tulammo 9

    This is budget 9mm ammo. Not necessarily accurate. Not pretty. My ruger sr9 eats it just fine, my desert eagle pistol chokes on it....

    Review by Lee (Posted on 5/17/16)

    Great buy!

    Great ammo,great price. Gonna need more soon!!!

    Review by Archer (Posted on 3/20/16)

  14. Magtech 9mm 115 Grain FMC – 1000 Rounds

    Regular Price: $209.85

    Special Price: $194.85

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    Manufacturer Magtech
    Condition New
    Bullet Weight 115 Grain
    Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)
    Use Type plinking at the range
    Casing Type Brass
    Quantity 1000
    Ammo Caliber 9mm Luger (9x19)
    Manufacturer SKU 9A
    Primer Type Boxer
    UPC Barcode 754908162208
    Cost Per Round 19.5¢ per round

    This 9mm Luger ammunition from Magtech comes in a 1,000 round case ideal for high volume range shooting. Each cartridge fires a 115 grain full metal jacket bullet at a muzzle velocity of 1,135 feet per second. This is a light standard pressure target load that will produce low recoil and good accuracy at typical pistol shooting distances.

    Magtech ammunition is loaded in Ribeirao Pires, Brazil near Sao Paulo using highly automated assembly lines that produce very consistent product. CBC, the manufacturer of Magtech ammo, produces its propellant, bullets, and other components internally for optimal quality control. This ammo uses non-corrosive Boxer primers and reloadable brass cases.

    Customer Reviews

    Quality product.

    Performed flawlessly, reasonably priced.

    Review by Mylon (Posted on 8/16/17)

    Magtech 115g FMJ 9mm ammo

    I tested different brands of 115g 9mm in my full sized Witness and Magtech was the only one that shot a nice tight group. None of the other brands got close until I moved up to 147g bullets and they all shot well then but for a lighter bullet, Magtech took the prize!

    Review by Slomo (Posted on 1/20/16)

    Great Round

    Have shot close to a thousand rounds now of this and has cycled great in my G19 and Sig 229

    Review by SR (Posted on 1/8/16)

  15. Blazer Brass 9mm 124 Grain FMJ – 1000 Rounds

    Regular Price: $214.85

    Special Price: $199.85

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    Manufacturer Blazer Brass
    Condition New
    Bullet Weight 124 Grain
    Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)
    Use Type plinking at the range
    Casing Type Brass
    Quantity 1000
    Ammo Caliber 9mm Luger (9x19)
    Manufacturer SKU 5201
    Primer Type Boxer
    UPC Barcode 10076683052015
    Cost Per Round 20.0¢ per round

    This 9mm Luger ammo from CCI's Blazer Brass series is an affordable choice for the range. Each cartridge in this bulk priced case of 1,000 fires a medium weight 124 grain full metal jacket bullet at a muzzle velocity of 1,090 feet per second. These specs reflect a standard pressure target load that will be comfortable to shoot for longer sessions due to its moderate recoil.

    CCI ammunition is loaded in Lewiston, Idaho using the company's own famously reliable non-corrosive Boxer primers. As the Blazer Brass name suggests, these rounds differ from normal Blazer ammo in that they use reloadable brass cases instead of aluminum ones.

    Shop at Widener's for great deals on quality ammo and accessories today!

  16. Blazer Brass 40 S&W 180 Grain FMJ - 1000 Rounds

    Regular Price: $265.00

    Special Price: $249.95

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    Manufacturer Blazer Brass
    Condition New
    Bullet Weight 180 Grain
    Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)
    Use Type plinking at the range
    Casing Type Brass
    Quantity 1000
    Ammo Caliber 40 Smith & Wesson
    Manufacturer SKU 5220
    Primer Type Boxer
    UPC Barcode 10076683052206
    Cost Per Round 25.0¢ per round

    This Blazer Brass ammunition is a great choice for any .40 S&W gun owner, but especially reloaders. Each cartridge in this volume priced case of 1,000 fires a 180 grain full metal jacket bullet at a muzzle velocity of 985 feet per second. Recoil will depend heavily on the pistol use, but is generally on the snappy side.

    CCI ammo is loaded in Lewiston, Idaho; as the name suggests, Blazer Brass differs from the regular Blazer series in its use of brass cases instead of aluminum ones.

    These cartridges use non-corrosive Boxer primers.

  17. IMI 308 Winchester Match Grade New Unprimed Brass Casings - 1000 Casings

    Regular Price: $298.85

    Special Price: $274.95

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    Manufacturer Israeli Military Industries
    Ammo Caliber 308 Winchester (7.62X51)
    Quantity 1000

    IMI brass casings have earned a reputation in the shooting industry for being very high quality and perfect for your custom bench loads, and for reliable performance in M14/M1As. These 7.62 NATO/308 Winchester new production brass cases are un-primed and Match quality. IMI's Match grade brass is manufactured to near exact tolerances and is paired with some of the strictest quality control standards in the industry. IMI supplies ammunition to the Israel Defense Forces and their products are NATO qualified. You won't be disappointed with this 1000 piece box of premium, new production brass cases.

    While you are here, don't forget to check out Widener's great selection of 308 Bullets!

    **Note: this is not loaded ammunition**

    Customer Reviews

    Great Product

    IMI is the best bulk brass around.
    Excellent service from Wideners as usual.

    Review by Michael (Posted on 11/19/17)

    Outstanding new quality cases

    I was looking for new unprimed military weight cases like Lake City National Match or M118 Long Range. Unfortunately, these cases are hard to find and not new. IMI cases appeared perfect. I ordered one afternoon and received the IMI cases two days later. Excellent service. With shipping the cases were around $300.00 per 1,000. Thirty cents per case. The 1,000 cases arrived loose in one big box. Prior to reloading I neck sized the cases to insure the necks were uniform. I immediately loaded twelve rounds. In six I used CCI 200 primers and in the other six I used CCI 34 primers. For nine of the cases I used a primer pocket uniformer and reamed the flash holes. I didn’t have any primer seating problems. The three untouched cases primed easily also but I felt the primer pockets were slightly tighter. I used an RCBS Automatic Priming Tool for all twelve cases. All cases were checked with a L.E. Wilson case gauge and were within SAAMI specifications. Case length was between 2.005 and 2.012 inches unfired. The majority were around 2.010 inches. All lengths were within SAAMI specifications. I did have to chamfer the inside of the necks.

    Three cases from each primer group were fired in a 308 bolt rifle and an M1A. All chambered well and extracted well. Most of the bolt gun fired cases would still fit into the Wilson case gauge. The M1A cases were a little oversized. After resizing, the M1A cases exceeded the maximum case length, any where from 2.016 to 2.022 inches. But they did fit inside the Wilson case gauge at just below maximum headspace. The bolt gun cases, after resizing, were still under the 2.015 maximum case length and won’t need trimming, unlike the M1A fired cases.

    Bottom line, these are quality cases. They should be reloadable several times. The second reloading averages out to fifteen cents per case. This is fairly inexpensive compared to more softer expensive cases that get chewed up in an M1A. If you buy 1,000 cases I would expect you to be a serious reloader. As such, you probably have a primer pocket uniformer, case gauges, flash hole reamer, case trimmer etc. I didn’t have to swage any primer pockets. After dry media tumbling the cases still looked brand new. The Speer reloading manual #14 uses IMI cases for some of the 308 Winchester data.

    Review by Marine Distinguished (Posted on 11/4/17)

    Excellent brass

    Comparison of 30 random cases to like numbers of LC cases:
    IMI - Avg 179.8 grains, Extreme Spread 1.8 grains, SD 0481; LC 89 Match - 177.7, 3.1, 0.826; LC 75 - 177.9, 5.0, 1.21
    Caveat: LC cases are once shot then head spaced prepped and trimmed to 2.005" case length

    Review by Rufnek (Posted on 10/22/17)

    Great brass

    Excellent brass, cases were already prepped and ready to load. Primers went in smoothly, I checked a lot of cases with a case gauge and every one was spot on. Never tried the IMI brand before and won't hesitate using this brass again.

    Review by Mike (Posted on 5/22/17)

    A+

    This brass exceeded my expectations. I am new to .308 and didn't want to deal with machine gun fired 7.62 brass and thought I'd give these IMI cases a try. I recommend this product.

    Review by BuildnBurn (Posted on 5/3/17)

    All I ever use for long range rifles

    VERY GOOD BRASS, I like it better than any other.
    My hand loads out of the Rem 700 PSS,to the GA Precision high dollar bolt 700's,have consistently shot half inch and Below w/175 Sierras@ 0.15 off the max.
    It's case thickness requires you to start approx 2grs off max.
    Drive them to approx 2710,FGM 210, or CCI BR2's.
    Will get you unreal accuracy if you do your part.
    Used thousands over 20 yrs.

    Review by Doszap (Posted on 4/27/17)

    Best choice for self-loading match guns.

    As others suggested, this is traditional military weight. Unlike .223/5.56 and .30-06, for which U.S. military and commercial brass tend to be close in weight (actually LC is slightly lighter in .223), the .308/7.62, second only to the .300 WM, has more weight and powder capacity variation among headstamps than any other. This difference grew after Winchester designed the semi-balloon head brass for the 1992 Palma match, which got down in the 150 grain range, and which they adopted for regular .308 and some other brass later. Original Lake City brass was always closer to 180 grains. However, I understand that in 2012 ATK put out a request for new military case designs to reduce cartridge weight by 10%, and I don't know the status of that undertaking. But this IMI brass is like the orininal military spec brass, but tighter in weight tolerance and with cleaner mouth trimming, as mentioned.

    The first 30 cases I measured ran 179.3 to 181.2 grains, for a mean of 180.25 grains and an SD of about 0.55 grains. But I'll caution that this was grabbed off the surface of the box and was not a carefully random sample, so until I get time to weigh a few hundred, I won't be fully satisfied on either figure.

    My 0.0760" (minus 0.0002" tolerance) pin gauge was the fattest to pass through the IMI flash hole, where the new Starline brass I was evaluating recently passes a 0.0800" gauge, more like other commercial brass. So the IMI has about an 11% smaller gas vent aperture. But this is not as small as the 0.069" flash holes in some European brass, so I don't anticipate special treatment. If you are using one of the spherical powders that needs a magnum primer to ignite it consistently, this may actually help the gas pay out a little more gradually into the case and influencing pressure variation slightly less. But if you see ingition issues (high MV SD on the chronograph is a clue if you don't own a Pressure Trace or a standard pressure barrel), figure to use a 0.080" or 0.081" flash hole reamer on a few to see if that helps.

    The primer pockets on all IMI brass can be tight. I had some of their .45 Auto MATCH at one point that I had to run through my Dillon primer pocket swager like crimped brass before my Dillon Square Deal could seat primers in it properly. The SAAMI spec for large primer pocket diameter is 0.2085"-0.2100". My 0.2090" pin gauge will not fit either the IMI or Starline pockets, but the 0.2080" gauge drops to the bottom of the Starline and wiggles slightly, while it will only go about half way into an IMI primer pocket. I figure IMI may be targeting 5.28 mm, which is 2.079", and is slightly below U.S. standard size range. So don't expect the tight TulAmmo or Wolf primers to squeeze into these willingly. You'll want to swage or open the pockets with a #4 reamer (0.209") for those. The Federal primers will squeeze in, and folks using maximum pressures will be happy to have a little extra tightness for primer pocket diameter to grow a little over several load cycles.

    Like military and commercial brass here, the neck wall total indicated runout is typically somewhere around 0.002"-0.003", with a some smaller and some larger. For bolt gun match loads, you'll either want to sort the best ones out or outside-turn the necks uniform. But in self-loaders I don't think you benefit much from going to that trouble.

    So, if you still shoot Palma or other 1000 yard disciplines with a .308, you may want lighter brass to be able to squeeze an extra couple of grains of powder in and gain a few feet per second. But for M1A, .308 Garand, and AR10 type rifles, the IMI brass is the thing to have at the moment. If you shoot Benchrest, you probably want Lapua or Norma brass for its tight wall runout. But for rugged brass that doesn't cost an arm and a leg, especially for self-loaders, this IMI Match brass is the ticket. Impossible to beat at this price. I gave it 5 stars for being the best match to this purpose.

    Review by Unclenick (Posted on 2/14/17)

    Excellent Brass

    Purchased brass looking for something between machine gun fired LC Brass and the expensive Lapua Brass for my bolt guns. This brass is extremely nice, very uniform and loads right out of the box with minimal prep. The brass is heavy like LC brass so when working loads start low and work up watching for pressure. Some data tables will give loads using lighter Winchester brass and you will not get to the max loads listed in those manuals. Other than that, this brass is high quality, match grade material. Might buy another 1000 :)

    Review by Robert (Posted on 2/1/17)

    Bright consistent brass.

    Found brass to be uniform and case mouths chamfered ready for loading. A few cases required a pass over the sizing die expander ball to round up the mouth. Primer pockets are tighter than other brands of brass, but should extend loading life of the cases. I use Federal 210M for bolt gun loads, and Remington 9-1/2 primers for M1A loads. Both required 'firm pressure' on the priming tool handle to seat the primers below the bottom of the case. Overall, these cases can be put into service with minimal prep work; more so than all other brands except maybe the most expensive. Test loads with match grade 168 gr bullets resulted in sub MOA groups at 100 yds. Next test will be 175 gr loads at 600 yds. Expectations are that this brass will not detract from accuracy performance at that range based on 100 yard test firings.

    Review by Boomer13 (Posted on 12/8/16)

    Beautiful brass

    Excellent quality brass, as advertised.

    Review by Artifex (Posted on 12/4/16)

    High quality, great value!

    These are beautiful cases, nice polish, nice finish. Some out of round mouths due to bulk shipping to be expected, they all go thru the process anyway. Overall great value! Will buy again!

    Review by Mike (Posted on 9/25/16)

  18. PMC 380 Auto 90 Grain FMJ – 1000 Rounds

    Regular Price: $304.85

    Special Price: $289.85

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    Manufacturer PMC
    Condition New
    Bullet Weight 90 Grain
    Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)
    Use Type plinking at the range
    Casing Type Brass
    Quantity 1000
    Ammo Caliber 380 Auto (ACP)
    Manufacturer SKU 380A
    Primer Type Boxer
    UPC Barcode 90741569070068
    Cost Per Round 29.0¢ per round

    If you're serious about mastering a .380 ACP handgun, you need some good defensive ammo and a whole lot of less expensive range ammo. This 1,000 round case of FMJ rounds from PMC should take care of the latter need at a reasonable cost!

    Each cartridge in this case fires a 90 grain full metal jacket bullet at a muzzle velocity of 961 feet per second, producing typical .380 Auto ballistics. A great practice load for Ruger LCPs, Glock 42, SIG P238s, and other compact pistols chambered for this convenient caliber.

    PMC ammunition is made in South Korea by defense contractor Poongsan, which also serves the South Korean military. Poongsan is a large scale manufacturer that produces its own primers, propellant, and brass in-house to maintain strong quality control while keeping prices down. This combination of reliability and value has made the PMC brand quite popular among American shooters.

  19. Sellier & Bellot 45 ACP 230 Grain FMJ - 1000 Rounds

    Regular Price: $309.85

    Special Price: $289.95

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    Manufacturer Sellier & Bellot
    Condition New
    Bullet Weight 230 Grain
    Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)
    Use Type plinking at the range
    Casing Type Brass
    Quantity 1000
    Ammo Caliber 45 ACP (Auto)
    Manufacturer SKU SB45A
    Primer Type Boxer
    UPC Barcode 754908505258
    Cost Per Round 29.0¢ per round

    The 45 ACP is one of the most popular handgun round in the USA. Developed in 1906 and released in 1911, this round has been proven through extensive military, civilian, and law enforcement use for over a century. With its incredible stopping power and fantastic damage capacity, this round will have no problems stopping any attacker, helping you protect yourself and your family.

    If accurate, reliable, and effective ammunition is a priority, Sellier & Bellot have just the ammo you are looking for. Founded back in the 1800's, Sellier & Bellot is headquartered in the Czech Republic and is a member of the CBC Group.

    These 45 ACP rounds feature 230 grain full metal jacket projectiles that are loaded into boxer primed brass cases. You can expect to see muzzle velocities around 853 feet per second with these rounds. Pick up this 1000 round case , and you will be set for a few range trips to come!

    Customer Reviews

    Great ammo

    No issues with first 150 rounds. Was going to buy brass for reloading, but 1000 pieces was 2/3 the price of these new rounds. Accurate enough for soda cans at 25 yards, just great practice ammunition.

    Review by C (Posted on 6/6/16)

  20. PMC X-TAC XP193 5.56x5mm 55 Grain FMJ-BT – 1000 Rounds

    Regular Price: $354.85

    Special Price: $334.85

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    Manufacturer PMC
    Condition New
    Bullet Weight 55 Grain
    Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket Boat Tail (FMJ-BT)
    Use Type plinking at the range
    Casing Type Brass
    Quantity 1000
    Ammo Caliber 5.56x45mm
    Manufacturer SKU 5.56X
    Primer Type Boxer
    UPC Barcode 20741569010119
    Cost Per Round 33.5¢ per round

    The X-TAC line from PMC more closely follows the same specifications used for manufacturing military grade ammunition. As a result, this 1000 bulk pack of 5.56mm has a few features that you won't find in usual lots of inexpensive ammo. These XP193 rounds are great for rainy day storage, high round count classes, practice sessions, fun plinking, and building a ballistic chart close to NATO-spec M193.

    Like M193, these XP193 rounds feature 55 grain bullets which are compatible with the widest range of barrel lengths and twists of AR, SCAR, ACR, and other 5.56x45mm chambered rifles. The full metal jacket boat tail (FMJ-BT) projectiles feature a toothed cannelure which prevents round setback during rough handling or repeated loading and live ejection; bullet setback can affect accuracy or even cause catastrophic firearm failure. In addition, the reloadable brass casings have a consistent coat of sealant surrounding their non-corrosive Boxer primers which prevents moisture from entering the cartridge and creating dud rounds. The casings are also annealed for added strength to prevent pressure-induced malfunctions and guarantee long brass life for reloaders.

    PMC ammunition is produced in South Korea on some of the same tooling and machines used to supply NATO countries with war-fighting ammo. These bulk packs are highly regarded among American shooters for their inexpensive cost, high reliability, and adherence to M193 specification.

  21. Federal Lake City 5.56x45mm 62 Grain FMJ M855 - 1000 Rounds

    Regular Price: $369.85

    Special Price: $345.00

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    Manufacturer Federal
    Condition New
    Bullet Weight 62 Grain
    Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)
    Use Type plinking at the range
    Casing Type Brass
    Quantity 1000
    Ammo Caliber 5.56x45mm
    Manufacturer SKU XM855CS
    Primer Type Boxer
    UPC Barcode 029465065010
    Cost Per Round 34.5¢ per round

    Do you need a full supply of 5.56x45mm ammunition to get you through a marathon range training session? Then this bulk box of 1,000 rounds is perfect for your needs. You’ll get 1,000 of the most reliable 5.56 NATO cartridges you can find, delivering hours of accurate, reliable target practice with superior performance in the barrel and downrange.

    These rounds use a full metal jacket, giving them excellent performance from the moment they discharge to the instant they hit the target. They are highly accurate downrange, and you can rely on them to be extremely consistent, as they are loaded to the NATO M855 designation.

    These rounds were manufactured at the Lake City Army Ammunition Plant in Missouri. This facility has been making top-quality ammo for the U.S. armed forces since the 1940’s. It was the first ammunition plant ever operated by the U.S. Army and currently manufactures ammo and conducts reliability testing.

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