20rds – 30-06 Kynoch Surplus 148gr. FMJ Ammo


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Kynoch 148 Grain Full Metal Jacket (FMJ) Ammo Details

The 303 British has been called the 30-06 of the British Empire. This isn’t to say, of course, that the Brits wouldn’t make Americans’ preferred rifle caliber as well. Kynoch did exactly that with gusto back in the 1950s, to the extent that we’ve still got an abundance of surplus 30-06 ammunition by the respected European manufacturer. This is your chance to see how a rifle cartridge would have performed back before the British Invasion -- the musical kind, not the one we swatted away in the 18th century.

This cartridge features a 148 grain projectile, with a silvery full metal jacket that strongly suggests its ability to draw a magnet. The bullet has been waiting for over six decades to fulfill its purpose, which is to provide its shooter with reliably accurate flight along with the preservation of the bore against lead fouling. Kynoch’s non-corrosive Berdan primer has endured over the years to stay as potent as ever, although that along with this round’s brass shell casing’s two flash holes rather precludes this cartridge from providing value at the reloading bench.
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    148 Grain
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    Range Training
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  • ☆☆☆☆☆

    posted on by Kristopher Graham

    A decent round. Boxes come in poor condition and 50% of the boxes I received are missing a round.

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