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Ammo .308 Barnaul FMJ 168 Grain 20 Round Box Steel Case Non Corrosive

 
Barnaul Ammunition
AMO 308
4607094861317
AMM-687
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Russian .308 or 7.62x51 rifle 168 grain FMJ boat tail bullet for precision accuracy, non-corrosive, zinc plated steel case, current production 20 Round boxes. 
Total number of Reviews: 6

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4.0 5
"I have shot a few hundred rounds of this in my M1A and have had no jams or malfunctions, I shoot in some local matches and am keeping it in the black, I am very happy with this ammo and the price."
2.0 5
"I bought a hundred rounds of this stuff and a quarter of it would not shoot, when I shot, the case whould expand and jam up my bolt, taking a lot more force to open and load a nother round. Too many missfires and the red lining arround the top and primer, caused a mess, when it whould fire, I couldn't hold a 1\"1/2 even 2\" inch groups at 100 yards, this from my savage 12 that will shoot holes on top of each other out to 300 yards. Well thats just what you get for paying what you get for, thats my 2 cents!!"
4.0 5
"Well, I have shot well over 100 rounds of this Barnaul ammo, and I must admit it certainly isn't \"Match-Grade\" , but its perfect for affordable plinking ammo. I have not had a single mis-fire or jam in my Saiga .308 , and so far it has had no feed problems either. I have to believe that the guy that is having all the problems may simply be more gun-related than ammo-related, or maybe he is simply exagerating the problems he has had a bit. This is very good quality ammo for the price, and so far has not given me a single feed problem or mis-fire. The Saiga being of \"AK\" design may be a bit more reliable and forgiving also when compared to the Savage."
3.0 5
"I ran 100 rounds of this through my DPMS Panther LR-Tac 20 and the powder is superb burns much cleaner than federal brand soft point however out of the 100 rounds 2 of the boxes had 3 rounds each where the inset rim snapped preventing extraction which is a real pain in the ass for AR style rifles but by in large the majority of this ammuntion was extremely accurate and didn't result in gritty dust flying out with the ejected case"
4.0 5
"I have shot over 200 of these \"bad boys\" through my M1A... In my opinion, this ammo is not worse than any other \"brand name\" ammo, such as Winchester, Federal etc... Barnaul has a very long histroy of ammo production, and has manufactured millions of rounds for Russian military for years. I would agree with Plinker: American small arms are much more \"picky\" when it comes to handling and maintenance. I have served in Afghanistan in early 80ies during Russian campaign.We shot thousands of Barnaul rounds through our AK 47s during operations against mujahedins with very few mifires, or jams.I agree, it is most likely type of rifle that you shoot, and not necessarily ammo.GS."
4.0 5
"I've purchased the Barnaul FMJ and SP 168 Grain and FMJ 145 Grain. My M1A Socom 16 has never had a problem shooting any of these rounds. Yet my DPMS LR308-AP4 had 25% FTF rate, numerous misfeeds with the SP, and a sheared/stuck case. After two frustrating magazines of that, I went back to shooting South African Surplus in my DPMS. I now just shoot the Barnaul through my Socom!! As a side note, my FNH FS2000 loves the Barnaul Zinc/Nickle 223 62gr HP. If you've never used the Barnaul ammo, I'd recommend a small purchase of just a couple boxes to test it first. If you experience no problems then buy it in bulk."