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American Quality .308 Winchester Ammunition 250 Rounds, FMJ, 147 Grain

American Quality Ammo
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When your life depends on the accuracy of the ammunition you are shooting, there is only one choice, American Quality Ammunition.

American Quality Ammunition was formed in 1981 to meet the stringent needs of Law enforcement agencies on the West coast.

Each round is hand inspected, every lot is velocity and pressure tested making this ammunition unsurpassed in both the LE and Commercial markets.

Proudly made in America by American's who believe in only producing quality products, American Quality Ammunition.

This premium bi--metal jacket .308 round is loaded in new military, Lake City brass. This is all mil-spec brass with a dull finish and some color variation; this brass will not be the commercial version of new brass that is polished and shiny. As with all mil-spec brass, there will be a variety of different head stamps.

Features and Specifications:
Manufacturer Number: N308147VP250
Caliber: .308 Winchester
Bullet Type: Full Metal Jacket Projectile
Bullet Weight: 147 Grain
Muzzle Velocity: 2690 fps
New Reloadable Brass Case
250 Loose Packed Rounds per Case

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Total number of Reviews: 15

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5.0 5
"Got this ammo yesterday. 250 very clean rounds. Fired 30 rounds today with open sights with my M1A practicing for a rapid fire event at 100 yards. ALL rounds within the same 3 inch group rapid fire. Enough said...purchasing another right now.Made in USA.....YES!!!"
5.0 5
"Outstanding ammunition! The rounds were clean, bright and functioned flawlessly in my M1A. I was surprised at how accurate they were for a factory load and I would purchase them again."
5.0 5
"Fast delivery, quality ammo at a good price. I recommend this product and doing business with Cheaper Than Dirt"
5.0 5
"So far several mags into the box and no failures yet!!! Great ammo for the price and it's able to be reloaded as well. Thank you CTD and the reviews before me"
1.0 5
"This ammo didnt run through my ar10 or my m1a . Only works in my bolt gun."
5.0 5
"Ammo show quickly and as described fires clean and accurate. Some of the best .308 I have bought. Great ammo for the range."
5.0 5
"I went to the range the day after I received them and fired three magazines. Consistent MOA and not a single ftl or ftf."
5.0 5
"250 down between the M1A and Socom no issues! Will be buying more."
3.0 5
"I counted the ammo when it arrived and I was 2 rounds short. No biggie. I shot 50 rounds through my savage trophy 110 with no issue at all. Functioned flawlessly. The reason for three stars is the accuracy was just okay. Was shooting about 4 inch groups when sighting in at 100 yds with the occasional flyer (user error). I would buy this ammo again for plinking."
1.0 5
"Please do not waste your money on this garbage. I tried two different guns four different magazines and could never get more than one shot without a jam. Other, better, ammo cycled through with zero issues. Add to that a hand count showed 238 rounds versus the advertised 250 rounds. Of the ammo purchased from CTD, this is the worst I have ever seen. Accuracy, well, I guess i would have to say that it hit the paper but given the jam after each round, I would not count on it for accurate performance."
5.0 5
"Fired 50 rounds today at local range, no problems and grouping was consistent."
3.0 5
"I shot, out of my 250 rounds, which were all there, about 60 rounds from my DPMS oracle. I know it's not the best .308, but I like it and it shoots Federal 149's perfect. I tried these 147's out and the accuracy just wasn't there. I could hit about 3 inch groups with the mill spec fed ammo, but when I shot this stuff at 100 yards, it was more like around a 5 or 6 inch group at 100. Just doesn't seem to hit the mark. It was clean brass and probably good for reloads but I won't be buying anymore. I think I'll stick with my 149's. They seem to shoot better. And one other thing. Any DPMS buyers needs to look at there buffer spring. If you have bought a DPMS .308, take the buffer spring out and count the coils. I was having all kinds of problems with failure to feed and was just shaking my head. After further research, a .308 carbine DPMS is supposed to have a buffer spring with exactly 26 coils on it. Mine had 38, which was causing all of my problems. It wouldn't even jack one shell in the chamber as a brand new gun. I cut the spring down to what a carbine length .308 DPMS is supposed to be (26), and it totally fixed the problem and everything I've shot out of it ever since has fired perfectly. No ftf's or fte's. Just a note to anyone having fte problems with their carbine length .308's. Carbine length is (16 inch barrel). I know that most everyone on here that shoots AR style weapons knows this but just trying to help some beginners. Thanks CTD. Ammo came quick, just wasn't what I was expecting."
2.0 5
"I bought these mainly because of the price and because they are made in the USA. Grouping is good. I was able to get a 2in spread at 200yrds with my H&K MR762 with just a couple of strays. My biggest issue was with FTF. I shot only 30 rounds and had 3 failures. I'm hope the rest of the box is good."
5.0 5
"My rating is in response to the quantity issue. I just received my package and counted the rounds. I ended up with 251. 👍"
4.0 5
"I have shot only 30 of these rounds and I had a few jams. It appears to jam after the first shot. After that the rest of the rounds in the magazine fires flawlessly. I believe it is a tight magazine spring that may need a little work-in. Out of the 500 I bought first had one defective round that came from loading. I find these rounds great Range ammo and a cheap E.O.W. horde."