200rds – 50 BMG PMC Bronze 660gr. FMJ-BT Ammo

$704.95
$3.52/ppr

9 In stock

200rds – 50 BMG PMC Bronze 660gr. FMJ-BT Ammo Details

These Korean made .50 caliber rounds are a lovely practice option for your favorite Barrett 82A1, Accuracy International AX50, or McMillan TAC-50. Each cartridge is manufactured to military standards and features an annealed brass casing which provides proper chamber pressures for consistent performance while reducing the chance of splitting. The reloadable case is fitted with a non-corrosive Boxer primer and topped with a full metal jacket projectile with a boat tail rear (FMJ-BT) which exhibits excellent in-flight drag resistance. The cartridge's primer pocket is treated with sealant that repels moisture and ensures reliable ignition.


The 660 grain FMJ-BT bullet is on the lighter side for the caliber and provides flat shooting with minimal drop out to extreme distance. That ballistic behavior makes these affordable rounds a great option for breaking in a new .50 BMG firearm and scope combination. The projectile possesses a ribbed cannelure which helps it maintain a solid position in its crimp for ultimate accuracy despite jostling recoil. PMC Bronze is well known import brand which is manufactured using only in-house components as a measure of sufficiency and quality control. Their products are trusted to support the South Korean military as well as that of NATO allies.

  • Ammo Caliber
    50 BMG
  • Manufacturer SKU
    50A
  • Primer Type
  • Muzzle Velocity
    3080
  • Muzzle Energy
  • Magnetic
    Yes
  • UPC Barcode
    60741569060358
  • Cost Per Round
    $3.52/ppr

PMC Ammunition 50 BMG Ballistic Data

PMC Ammunition 50 BMG Ammo Details

Barrel Length inches
36
Ballistics Coefficient (G1)
0.701
Ballistics Coefficient (G7)
0.342
Sectional Density
0.362
Muzzle 100 yds. 200 yds. 300 yds. 400 yds. 500 yds.
Velocity fps 3080 2854 2639 2444 2248 2061
Energy ft lbs 13901 11935 10205 8753 7405 6225
Bullet drop inch 1.5 3.1 3.9 4.7 2.8 0

Trajectory Line Graph PMC Ammunition 50 BMG

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