This is an extremely rare British surplus ammunition made in England by Radway Green. The former Royal Ordnance Factory ( Radway Green) manufactured this cartridge for British armed forces up until 1973, and was located just outside the Cheshire town of Alsager. .303 British is a .303-inch (7.7 mm) caliber rifle and machine gun cartridge first developed in Britain, December 1888, for the Lee-Metford rifle, and later the Lee- Enfield and Martini-Enfield. It was the standard British and Commonwealth military cartridge from 1889 until the 1950s.
This is true vintage Military Spec MK7 Spitzer .303 British! This ammo has a 174 grain Full Metal Jacket bullet, brass cased, berdan primed, and is corrosive.
As with any surplus ammunition, each and every round should be carefully inspected before use and we recommend cleaning your weapon after every use..
We have an extremely limited quantity and when this ammunition is gone, there will be no more. Buy now and take advantage of a great deal on this historical vintage Grade A ammunition.
Caliber: .303 British
Bullet: MK7 Spitzer
Grain Weight: 174
Bi-metal jacket will attract a magnet
Muzzle Velocity: 2440 fps
448 Round Bulk Case in 32 rd Boxes
NOTE: This item is oversized or heavy and is subject to a "Bulk Fee". The fee will be added to your cart at checkout.