Remington® UMC® Centerfire Rifle Ammo
- Perfect for any high volume shooters
- Quality performance at a great value
- Available in several high performance calibers
- UMC cartridges use fresh brass and Kleanbore primers
- Metal Case or Jacketed Hollow Point
JHP: Jacketed Hollow Point
Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 23 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Shooter72 Ammo Very please with this ammo. Never had any problems with this I use it for target practice and it works great, January 25, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by GKDK Ammo I purchased 223 ammo and it was back ordered. I did receive it about a week after the order and it works as claimed and at a fair price. January 25, 2013
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A:I use the Umc ammo in my ar15 with no feeding problem and are fairly accurate
A:I shoot the 55 gr. MC (metal case) rounds in my Remington VTR (AR-15) and they shoot great. Last fall I took a crow at 240 yards.
A:7.62NATO, 7.62x51mm, are the same size and dimesions, but are loaded to a higher pressure than .308 win., it is not recommended to shoot 7.62NATO through a gun chambered for .308 win. 7.62x39mm, 7.62 Russian are NOT compatable with the .308 win.
A:No, they are not the same round. Although they are the same size. They have different pressures. So, I imagine your next question is, whether it is safe to use 7.62 round in a .308 caliber weapon? Yes it is. the pressure in the 7.62 is about 10,000 psi less than the .308.
A:7.62X51mm NATO = .308 Win; not to be confused with 7.62x54mmR or 7.62x39mm which are both russian rounds
A:7.62 X 51 are the same as .308. The others are not. An example if I am remembering correctly is that the AK-47 uses a 7.62 X 39 - I think.
A:7.62x39mm (round used in the AK47) actually use bullets that are around .311 in diameter even though 7.62mm=.308
A:".308 win." .308 winchester and 7.62x51 (Nato) are the same caliber and casing.
They are NOT the same round as 7.62x39. Only the caliber (diameter) of the bullet are the same.
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A:7.62 x 39 = .308
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