20 Rounds of 150gr SPCE .308 Win Ammo by Sellier & Bellot For Sale
A rimless, bottlenecked rifle cartridge, the.308 Win was developed in 1952. Although it has seen considerable use in military sniping, law enforcement sharpshooting, and civilian target practice, it is currently best known as maybe the most well-liked big-game hunting cartridge available. The fact that the.308 Win and 7.62x51mm NATO rounds are similar but not identical causes considerable confusion. Even though SAAMI lists their interchangeability as acceptable, shooters should take care to protect their firearms. These Sellier and Bellot rounds are just what you’ve been seeking for if you use your.308 Win rifle for hunting.
These are considered lightweight for the cartridge at 150 grains, and because of their lighter weight, they may travel farther down the range faster while still having a powerful braking effect. These rounds are SPCE; they have a Soft Point that causes them to expand quickly upon impact, forming a catastrophic wound channel, and a Cutting Edge that lessens the tumbling effect frequently associated with SP rounds. These rounds are made to hit powerfully and, by carefully regulated expansion, produce a large wound channel. Although it can also be used for target practice and tactical training, this ammunition is excellent for hunting. With a muzzle velocity of 2756 feet per second and muzzle energy, each round travels at an astounding rate and strikes with great force.
20 SPCE rounds are included in one single package. This ammunition is produced by Sellier and Bellot at their facility in Vlasim, Czech Republic; it complies to strict standards and fulfills SAAMI or CIP requirements. Due to the company’s two centuries of success since its founding in 1825 and continued success, you can be certain in the quality and dependability of its products. If you’re seeking for high-quality.308 Win ammo at competitive pricing, give Sellier and Bellot a try. Veteran shooters who use their ammunition laud its reliable cycling and superb performance. You’ll be happy that you did.