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Ammo .50 BMG BVAC FMJ Ball 690 Grain 150 Round Can 2900 fps Once-Fired Brass

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.50 Browning Machine Gun, BVAC, 690 Grain Full Metal Jacket, 150 Round Ammo Can.

Years of 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

Non-returnable item.
Remanufactured ammunition.
Muzzle velocity: 2900 fps.
Velocity at 300 yards: 2493 fps.
Velocity at 600 yards: 2122 fps.
Muzzle energy: 12883 ft/lbs.
Energy at 300 yards: 9526 ft/lbs.
Energy at 600 yards: 6899 ft/lbs.
Maximum Point Blank Range is 245 yards with zero set at 208 yards.
Uses: Long range shooting, Law Enforcement. 
Total number of Reviews: 5

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3.0 5
"The reason that the price is up so much is that the old stuff they used to sell for about $200 was remanufactured by an outfit called talon ammo. It was junk. The quality control sucked when they made it. The first 10 rounds I shot all felt different, and I decided to call it a day after 10 rounds because the last one I fired pierced the primer, blowing the firing pin out the backside. I pulled the bolt out and on the bolt head you could read what the cartridge said because the brass wore an impression on the surface of the bolt head. This expensive stuff must be some really nice precision loaded stuff if the price took such a hike."
4.0 5
"50 Man is incorrect. This ammo is the same stuff they used to sell for $200/can. The reason for the price hike is because the factory, Talon, has earlier this year closed its doors due to problems with the feds after improperly disposing of some other ordnance. \"Remanufactured\" .50 ammo is nothing more than pulling the bullets, dumping the powder into a bin, and reloading the cases with the same bullets and powder; all so ordnance has been \"disposed\" of to comply with federal guidelines. This ammo is of the same quality it was as before, pretty good. Not to say that anybody can't have a botched batch.Maine Cartridge Company along with some certain South American surplus have spotty reputations especially with large spreads in velocity and quality control.He didn't state what gun he was shooting, probably one of the cheap shell-holder rifles made by JoeKen or Vulcan (same difference) and are of inferior quality to almost all others."
4.0 5
"I have burned through about 75 of the 150 rounds I purchaced with no problems. They feed and eject fine in my M82.This includes 10 rounds rapid fire. I miss the $200.00 days, but face it, we are lucky to be able to buy it at at all. Note though, this is NOT match ammo! Still all in all a great deal."
1.0 5
"This ammo sucks! Jams in my Barrett 82A1. Could not eject the cartridge, had to pound the bullet back into the cartridge so it would eject. Barrett said the ammo might have not been sized right. Any suggestions?will this ammo work in a M2? Has anyone used it in a M2?"
1.0 5
"Bad ammo.. will not feed through bushmaster. I have 300 rounds of junk ammo now."