Military Surplus Ammo

Military surplus ammo is often a great value, with rounds available for cheap in bulk quantities. We work hard with importers all over the world to find as much military surplus ammo as possible in rifle, pistol, and occasionally shotgun calibers.

Look for military surplus rounds from former communist countries and those nations in Eastern Europe commonly associated with 7.62x39, 7.62x54r and other Soviet-inspired cartridges. Additionally, we do find NATO cartridges occasionally that will allow us to pick up and pass along great deals on rounds like .308/7.62x51 and others. Check out our surplus ammo for sale below:

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Recent Military Surplus Ammo Reviews

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    Third group from a new scar 20s was .75 fourth was .50 at 100 yards. Rang steel at 550 with regularity. Good stuff.
    Half MOA from a SCAR 20s on 500rds - 7.62x51 NATO Lake City M118 175gr. Sierra Matchking OTM Ammo
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    A decent round. Boxes come in poor condition and 50% of the boxes I received are missing a round.
    Kristopher Graham on 20rds – 30-06 Kynoch Surplus 148gr. FMJ Ammo
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    Can you include the can opener with this?
    Robert Kyle Schaefer on 440rds - 7.62x54R Original Russian Military 148gr. FMJ Ammo Spam Can
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    Crate received missing handle- they seem to pull off easily, but I was able to do a field expedient repair. Somehow the crate wasn't damaged in shipping which was miraculous due to the damage done to the outer box- suggestion: something this dense should not be shipped in an oversized box regardless of how much cushion you put inside (just doesn't work out well). Ship these in a tight fitting box just large enough for the crate, add lot's of shipping tape to the outside corners. Making a custom box/cutting down to fit (if necessary) is just as quick as stuffing an oversized box with dunnage/cushion materials. (and maybe cheaper) Some bands wouldn't hurt either. FYI.
    Keith Williams on 1260rds – 7.62x39 Igman 124gr. FMJ Ammo