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.308 Win. BVAC FMJ 150 Grain 20 Round Box 2801 fps Bi-metal Jacket M80 Projectile

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.308 Winchester, BVAC, 150 Grain Full Metal Jacket, 20 Round Box.

Years experience has gone into perfecting Bitterroot Valley Ammunition which is considered to be the best amongst shooters worldwide. Produced in Montana using reloadable brass and new, top quality components to make this some of the best ammunition at an affordable price! A Shot Above the Rest

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Bi-Metal bullet will attract a magnet.
Muzzle velocity: 2801 fps.
Velocity at 100 yards: 2573 fps.
Velocity at 300 yards: 2151 fps.
Muzzle energy: 2612 ft/lbs.
Energy at 100 yards: 2205 ft/lbs.
Energy at 300 yards: 1541 ft/lbs.
Maximum Point Blank Range is 236 yards with zero set at 202 yards.
Uses: Plinking, Target shooting. 
Total number of Reviews: 7

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2.0 5
"I bought this stuff and Brown Bear and PMC to get and idea of what my DPMS SASS liked and this was the least accurate. NOT to say a bolt gun wouln't like it, but my semi hated it, and I think this was the most expensive out of the three. Clean shooting, but thats all I can say about it."
2.0 5
"I purchased two cases based on the product description and the limited availability and excessive prices of \"name brand\" 168 boat tail match ammo. I have three LR-308 clones with CMMG and JD machine Tech lowers (UPPERS-DPMS 24 SS Bull with break, DPMS 18\" Bull A3, and 20\" JD Machine Tech heavy barrel chrome moly with DD quadrail, gas block, and Magpul ACS stock). All of my rifles failed to extract the spent casings 90 to 100 per cent of the time. Using 3 different K Products 10 rnd mags and single feeding the rounds without any mags, the problem repeated itself over and over again. I'd definitely buy a different brand for any AR .308 rifles. Great accuracy but more trouble than its worth. D- grade and no repeat buys here."
4.0 5
"This is an amendment to a previous post giving this ammo a 2 out of 5. I took my AR-10s to a gunsmith, and it was discovered that one of them had a gas block misalignment. The other needed to have the feed ramps and chamber polished. The ammo now works fine and is fairly accurate with a 10x Elite 3200 tactical getting sub 2\" groups with standard triggers at 100 yards. I hope everyone understands my lower rating on the previous post with two similar weapons having problems, I assumed it was the ammo. I'd buy this ammo again for most target and plinking applications."
1.0 5
"Well I took it to the range, and my surprise was that the bullet was bi-metal! Where does it say this in the desciption of the item. Now what am I going to do with this ammo if I can't use it at the range? Don't buy this junk your better off waiting for the PMC 308 ammo, which is a much better deal!"
4.0 5
"Not really accurate or all that clean, but for the money, you can't ask for much more. I was getting groups between 1 moa and 1.5 moa with my FNAR. No failures of any sort. Each round fired and cycled the rifle as it should."
4.0 5
"I have seen many reviews here for BVAC that tell a negative story of their ammo. As for me, I have nothing but good things to say about this ammo. Made in the USA, which is most important to me. Extremely accurate, 1/2\" groups from 100 to 250 yards. My wife was even busting the bulls eye out at 150 yards, round after round, with her Tikka T3 Light. Yes they are a bit dirty, but if you have ever done much shooting at all, the performance of the product, in my opinion, is most important. Besides, I shoot my weapon on a regular basis, which means I clean my weapon on a regular basis. I found a box of these that we had forgotten about in my truck for about two years and they still shot perfectly. I recommend them to anyone!!"
5.0 5
"I'm with Hump. In general, I have had positive experiences with the BVAC ammo in several calibers (10mm new brass, .40 cal once fired brass, .40 frangible, and this basic .308 FMJ ammo). It could be that this is their cheapest line of .308, so maybe it's not consistent and I got lucky with this particular batch. However, their ammo in general is DEFINITELY and CONSISTENTLY a solid performer for me in the grand sum of my exposure to it."