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Federal American Eagle .30-06 Springfield Ammunition 20 Rd FMJ 150 Grain 2,740 Feet Per Second

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Shoot Smart, Shoot More, Shoot American Eagle!

Hitting the range this weekend? Take along several boxes of your favorite American Eagle load. You'll find our American Eagle Centerfire Rifle choices very suitable for precision practice and an affordable option for the target board.

Federal American Eagle is a great value in ammunition. This example in .30-06 Springfield simulates the military M2 round, which the M1 Garand was designed for. It pushes a 150 Grain Full Metal Jacket to 2740 fps.

Specifically loaded for the M1 Garand rifle.

20 Round Box

Caliber: .30-06 Springfield
Bullet Weight: 150 Grains
Bullet Type: Full Metal Jacket Projectile
Muzzle velocity: 2740 fps.
Velocity at 100 yards: 2522 fps.
Velocity at 300 yards: 2116 fps.
Muzzle energy: 2500 ft/lbs.
Energy at 100 yards: 2118 ft/lbs.
Energy at 300 yards: 1492 ft/lbs.
New Reloadable Brass Case
Uses: Target shooting, Training, Practice.
20 Rounds


Item#: AMM-675
Total number of Reviews: 8

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4.0 5
"This ammo is great stuff! It comes at a high price, especially with more M2 Ball ammo coming onto the market this year at about several cents a round. Shoots very well, and the head stamp is pretty nifty too. If you can't get a hold of surplus, stock up on this!"
4.0 5
"I bought a couple of boxes of this for a CMP John C. Garand match, and I have to say the ammunition functioned flawlessly. It was very windy the day of the match, so it's hard to say exactly how accurate it was, but I placed third, so it can't be that bad! This stuff is the traditional flat tip spitzer round you'll find on all mil-surp Garand ammo. The best thing about this ammunition is that it is loaded specifically for Garand rifles. Other .30-06 ammunition can be hard on the op-rod on these rifles, but I had no problems at all with this stuff, while a competitor shooting regular .30-06 ammunition had the op-rod on his rifle completely seize up in the middle of a string of fire.Four bullets, only because I can't tell how consistent this ammunition is. I'll post an updated review later once I've had the chance to measure the accuracy from a bench."
5.0 5
"Very high quality ammo for our trusty M1 Garands. Very accurate, I was getting 2 to 3 inch groups at 100 yards with my M1 Garand - that is not with a bench rest, just a hasty support sling. Cycled very well although I did have a few failure to feeds, but that is very likely due to new clips that are really tight. All in all very good stuff. More expensive than surplus, but you can trust that this stuff will not blow up your gun like some surplus ammo can do. Will be shooting this exclusively in my Garand!"
4.0 5
"Had 4 boxes of this ammo go through my M-1 Garand. Had 5 misfeeds where the bullet tip jammed against the metal just below the lip of the chamber while the bolt was moving forward. Easy to clear by pulling the operating rod back and lifting the round out of the way and was able to continue shooting. But it is annoying. My rifle is kept clean and properly lubed as per the manual. I have also been firing surplus Greek manufactured rounds, 30-06 150gr FMJ M2 Ball ammo. Comparing the American Eagle to the surplus rounds, I noticed the surplus had a more pointed tip on the bullet, as opposed to the American Eagle round which was slightly more blunted. Also noticed the surplus round was approximately 2 mm longer. Maybe not a big deal overall, maybe just a quirk of my particular rifle, but those are my experiences and observations."
4.0 5
"This is good 30.06 ammo. Its designed to the specifications of the old military-grade M2 ball 30.06 ammo so that it is safe to use in an M1 Garand rifle. Many shooters know that modern 30.06 ammo can be harmful to the M1's gas system with higher pressures leading to bent op-rods and other damage. The American Eagle ammo is generally reliable and a decent alternative to M2 surplus ammo. Both have about the same level of reliability... Last time I shot the Federal ammo, I had 2 misfires out of about 40 rounds. Its also a little more pricey."
5.0 5
"Have not been out to range yet because of weather. But good price and fast shipping on ammo for my M1 Garand."
5.0 5
"I just got my hands on a 1944 M1 Garand. I fed it 3 boxes of this. The clips I bought are pretty cheap, but the rifle loved this ammo. Pretty expensive but it cycles like a dream."
5.0 5
"I picked up an m1 garand from my local gun store and was in search of the right ammo for this rifle. After seeing the prices of other ammo dealers of over $1.50 per/round, I jumped on the deal that CTD was offering. I took my newly acquired rifle, along with my just purchased ammo down to the range and started at 50 yds. After getting the sighting down, I could see what all the rave was about! Feeling adventurous, I took the target down to 100 yds.I was hitting the mark with every round. That's the best I've ever shot! Not knowing if its the rifle, ammo, or me, I'm not changing a thing. I just ordered more of this American Eagle ammo just to be on the safe side."