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Sterling – .308 Win – 147 Grain – FMJ

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Experience superior accuracy with the STERLING .308 WIN 147 Grain FMJ. This high-performance ammunition offers consistent velocity, making it ideal for precision shooting. Its Full Metal Jacket design ensures deep penetration and controlled expansion. Perfect for hunting or target practice, it’s a reliable choice for .308 Winchester firearms.

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Sterling is a renowned company in the ammunition industry, known for its commitment to quality, precision, and reliability. With a rich history and a deep understanding of the needs of firearm enthusiasts, Sterling has consistently delivered products that exceed expectations. One of their flagship products is the STERLING – .308 WIN – 147 GRAIN – FMJ. This ammunition is designed for superior performance, offering consistent velocity and accuracy. It is a full metal jacket (FMJ) round, known for its deep penetration and power. The .308 Winchester caliber is a popular choice among hunters and sport shooters, and Sterling’s 147-grain version is a testament to the company’s dedication to providing top-tier ammunition. Whether for hunting, target shooting, or self-defense, Sterling’s .308 WIN – 147 GRAIN – FMJ stands as a testament to the company’s commitment to excellence, reinforcing their reputation as a trusted name in the ammunition industry.

Questions and answers of the customers

    How well will your Brass cases cycle through a PTR/HK action??? I know PTR recommends steel case ammo but it’s getting hard to find a good quality supplier
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    Q How well will your Brass cases cycle through a PTR/HK action??? I know PTR recommends steel case ...... Read more answer now
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    Hey Kevin!

    Thank you for your question. The Sterling .308 Win 147 Grain FMJ with brass cases is manufactured to high standards and should cycle effectively through a PTR/HK action, although PTR typically recommends steel case ammo. Brass cases generally offer smoother feeding and extraction compared to steel, which can be beneficial for maintaining your firearm’s condition over time.

    However, every firearm can have unique characteristics, especially when it comes to ammo preferences. It might be a good idea to try a small quantity initially to see how well it cycles in your specific PTR/HK setup. If you encounter any issues or need further recommendations, don't hesitate to contact us directly at (888) 736-6587 or email [email protected]. We're here to support you in finding the best ammo for your needs!

  2. Ballistics please!
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    Q Ballistics please! answer now
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    Sterling's .308 Winchester ammunition with a 147-grain Full Metal Jacket (FMJ) bullet is a popular choice for target shooting and practice due to its consistent performance and affordability. Here's a general overview of its ballistic characteristics:

    • Caliber: .308 Winchester
    • Bullet Weight: 147 grains
    • Bullet Type: Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)

    While specific ballistic data (like muzzle velocity, muzzle energy, and trajectory) can vary slightly depending on the specific lot or batch, you can expect:

    • Muzzle Velocity: Typically around 2,800 to 2,900 feet per second (fps)
    • Muzzle Energy: Usually around 2,600 to 2,700 foot-pounds (ft-lbs)
    • Trajectory: This depends on the rifle and sight setup, but generally, you can expect around a 2-4 inch drop at 200 yards when zeroed at 100 yards.

    These numbers can fluctuate based on factors such as barrel length, environmental conditions, and specific ammunition lot. For precise ballistic data, it's always best to consult the manufacturer's specifications or test the ammunition in your specific setup.

  4. First, your description of the Sterling 308 is for steel cased 7.62x39. I do not see in the actual description whether the 308 is Boxer or Berdan primed. Assuming this is British ammunition is it berdan?
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    Q First, your description of the Sterling 308 is for steel cased 7.62x39. I do not see in the actua...... Read more answer now
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    Hello, 

    Thank you for bringing this to our attention and for your interest in our Sterling .308 Win - 147 Grain - FMJ ammunition.

    I apologize for any confusion caused by the description error on our website. We have since updated the information to accurately reflect the product.

    Regarding your specific question about the primer type, the Sterling .308 Win ammunition features a Berdan primer. This ammunition is newly manufactured in Turkey and undergoes rigorous quality control to ensure reliability and performance.

    We appreciate your understanding and patience as we strive to provide accurate information and a seamless shopping experience for our customers.

    If you have any further questions or if there's anything else we can assist you with, please feel free to let us know. We're here to help.

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