Product Overview: Rifle Ammunition

Rifle ammunition is a critical component for any rifle, designed to deliver precision, power, and reliability. Whether for hunting, target shooting, or tactical purposes, selecting the right ammunition is essential for optimal performance. Rifle ammunition comes in various calibers, bullet types, and load specifications, catering to different needs and preferences of shooters.

Specifications

  1. Caliber:
    • Common calibers include .223 Remington, .308 Winchester, .30-06 Springfield, 7.62x39mm, and 6.5 Creedmoor.
    • Each caliber serves different purposes, from small game hunting to long-range precision shooting.
  2. Bullet Type:
    • Full Metal Jacket (FMJ): Ideal for target practice due to its economical design and reduced lead exposure.
    • Soft Point (SP): Features a soft lead exposed tip that expands upon impact, suitable for hunting.
    • Hollow Point (HP): Designed to expand upon impact, maximizing damage, commonly used in self-defense and hunting.
    • Ballistic Tip: Combines a polymer tip and a hollow point for aerodynamic efficiency and expansion.
  3. Bullet Weight:
    • Measured in grains, common weights range from 55 grains for .223 Remington to 180 grains for .30-06 Springfield.
    • Heavier bullets typically offer better energy transfer and deeper penetration, while lighter bullets often provide higher velocity and flatter trajectories.
  4. Muzzle Velocity:
    • The speed at which the bullet leaves the barrel, measured in feet per second (fps).
    • Higher muzzle velocity can improve accuracy and impact force at longer ranges.
  5. Muzzle Energy:
    • Indicates the kinetic energy of the bullet at the moment it leaves the barrel, measured in foot-pounds (ft-lbs).
    • Higher muzzle energy translates to greater stopping power and impact force.
  6. Case Material:
    • Brass: Durable and reloadable, commonly used for high-quality ammunition.
    • Steel: More affordable but less reloadable, often used for budget-friendly options.
    • Aluminum: Lightweight and cost-effective, typically for casual shooting.
  7. Primer Type:
    • Boxer: Common in the U.S., allows for easy reloading due to a single flash hole.
    • Berdan: More prevalent in European ammunition, features dual flash holes and is generally non-reloadable.

  • Rifle Ammunition
  • Caliber
  • Bullet Type
  • Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)
  • Soft Point (SP)
  • Hollow Point (HP)
  • Ballistic Tip
  • Bullet Weight
  • Muzzle Velocity
  • Muzzle Energy
  • Case Material
  • Brass Case
  • Steel Case
  • Aluminum Case
  • Primer Type
  • Boxer Primer
  • Berdan Primer
  • Precision Shooting
  • Hunting Ammunition
  • Target Practice
  • Long-Range Shooting
  • Self-Defense Ammunition
  • Reloadable Brass
  • Non-Reloadable Steel
  • Impact Force
  • Stopping Power
  • Kinetic Energy
  • Feet per Second (fps)
  • Foot-Pounds (ft-lbs)

.308 Winchester ammo & 7.62x51 NATO cartridge

.308 Win Ammo by GGG – 147gr FMJ

$21.25$489.00
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.308 Winchester ammo & 7.62x51 NATO cartridge

.308 Win Ammo by PMC – 147gr FMJBT

$22.25$479.00
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$54.00
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$509.00
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$15.75$254.00
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$12.50$485.00
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$18.25$719.00
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$18.25$770.00
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270 Winchester Short Magnum (WSM)

20 Rounds of .270 Win Ammo by Remington – 150gr SP

$45.50
$28.95
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