20 Rounds of .308 Win Ammo by PMC Bronze – 150gr PSP
Buy Bulk 20 Rounds of .308 Win Ammo by PMC Bronze
Hunters will enjoy the low cost and high terminal performance of this.PMC 308 Winchester ammunition. These cartridges shoot bullets with pointed soft points (PSPs) that expand for optimum lethality against deer, boar, and other game animals. Soft point bullets, unlike hollowpoint shots, do not fragment excessively and damage vast amounts of flesh in the target.
Each cartridge in this 20-round package fires a 150-grain PSP at a muzzle velocity of 2,820 feet per second. While this is not mil-spec ammunition, it produces in-flight ballistics comparable to M80 loads–a plus if you use that ammo at the range and don’t want to make significant changes to your optics.
PMC ammunition is produced in South Korea utilising locally supplied non-corrosive Boxer
As a true deal in comparison to its contemporaries, bargain hunting ammunition capable of MOA accuracy out of the box. The PMC Bronze hunting rounds in.308 Winchester with a 150 grain bullet provide a good entry point into low-cost hunting for high-volume tag pullers or individuals who wish to hunt with the same ammo they shoot paper with while saving money.
The PMC line has been steadily developing year after year, catering more and more to the American shooting philosophy. The South Korean corporation that manufactures the PMC line is aware of the market influence they have, having formerly been a big importer with a significant share of the ammunition market.
PMC Ammunition 150 Grain Pointed Soft-Point (PSP) Ammo Details
PMC’s Pointed Soft-Point (PSP) bullets provide the precision and muscle to help you take down big animals at medium to long ranges. These.308 Winchester rounds are manufactured in South Korea, where PMC has complete control over the production process. PMC Bronze ammunition has a reputation for dependability, high grade performance, and low cost due to in-house component production and tight quality requirements from decades of supplying the Korean military.
Each of these.308 Winchester rounds is built using a non-corrosive Boxer primer, a reloadable brass casing, and a 150 grain PSP projectile. PSP bullets have the same conventional spitzer form as FMJ rifle rounds, but they have a little amount of lead exposed at the tip.