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.30 Carbine (.308) 110 Gr. Full Metal Jacket Round Nose *NEW*

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Description

This is the perfect bullet for your M1 Carbine or any .30 carbine pistol. They are excellent for target shooting or plinking.

Additional information

Weight 0.2514 oz
Count

100, 250, 500, 1,000, 2,000

18 reviews for .30 Carbine (.308) 110 Gr. Full Metal Jacket Round Nose *NEW*

  1. Craig

    Consistent size. Weight within 0.5-1.0gr. Fly well over both H110 and LIL-GUN. Best plinkers for the cost.

  2. DAVID HUYNH (verified owner)

    Bullet ogive is different from usgi and will have to be seated deeper than normal like around 1.580 OAL, instead of 1.680-1.660. Bullet appears more blunt and fatter than usgi. bullet.

  3. Mike T. (verified owner)

    Very consistent and very accurate, and they function well in my carbine. Seems that they can be driven pretty fast, too. Best price around, so I’ll probably try them in my Tokarev next.

  4. Perry (verified owner)

    Great price and bullets hard to find these for my carbine for plinking at a low cost an 110 gr fmj bullets just in general was out of stock for a bit an had to cut back shooting my carbine as soon as i saw they were back i stocked up grab em while you can an rmr please try an keep these in stock

  5. Chris Behrmann (verified owner)

    Awesome 300blk plinking round! 19.9 h110 was the magic number!!

  6. william stricklen (verified owner)

    These bullets will not function in my 300 AAC. The bullet gets knocked back into the case by the feed ramp. I have tried all lengths and each one sets the bullet back. Too risky for my old blood. Wasted my money on these.

  7. Raymond Bear

    I couldn’t be happier. I loaded 100 rounds with 16 grains of 2400 powder as a plinker load and got 2150 fps. Perfect functioning, consistently hit 3″ metal gong @ 100 yards using 2 moa red dot sight. COL 1.89.

  8. Chris Cramer (verified owner)

    These bullets work very well in my WW2 1943 Quality Hardware M1 carbine . Accuracy is amazingly excellent using 14.5 gr H110 seated @ 1.630 oal.

  9. Ronald D Brock (verified owner)

    Work well enough for me! Great price, FAST shipping (received my order in four days!), good accuracy, and they are in stock!!!

  10. Todd Gephart

    William Stricklen, your not reloading/crimping properly, before you right a bad 1 star review,maybe you should respectfully learn to reload better, other people have no issues using these bullets in the 300blk, and your the only one!!! Ironic isn’t it!!!

  11. Todd Gephart

    William Stricklen, your not reloading/crimping properly, before you write a bad 1 star review,maybe you should respectfully learn to reload better, other people have no issues using these bullets in the 300blk, and your the only one!!! Ironic isn’t it!!!

  12. Baire Rabbit

    Dear Mr. Stricklen, you may want to invest in a LEE FACTORY CRIMP DIE (less than $15)
    This die will put a crimp so tight on the bullet, you would need a vice and come-a-long, to begin moving the bullet.
    This is from firsthand experience.

  13. Gary Johns (verified owner)

    They work ok but I prefer the copper jacket usgi bullet profile

  14. Pete Conlogue

    The Lee factory crimp die will not work, it will cause headspace problems as it it a collet crimp intended for revolvers chambered in 30 carbine the use moon clips.
    Most other 30 carbine firearms headspace on the case mouth.
    You will need a taper crimp die, and I recommend the Redding 30 Carbine taper crimp die. All it does is the taper crimp after the bullet is seated to COAL.
    RCBS makes a Taper Crimp/ Seater Die that works well if you know how to use it.
    Back the die off a little, and lock it down, then adjust the seating stem to the depth you want your bullet to seat to. After you’ve seated all your bullets, remove the seater stem, bottom out the press handle and screw the die down until it stops on the case. Back the handle off and screw the die down 1/4 turn and sng the lock ring down. Crimp one and measure accross the OD of the case mouth.
    Repeat as needed to bring your case mouth down the the correct diameter which should be
    .002-.003 below what your manual tells you in the drawing. Mic a new high end round and copy that crimp size.
    And last but not least, case length is critical for the 30 carbine. Get a goid case trimmer and a very good quality dial caliper or 2 inch micrometer.

  15. Shaun Boyne (verified owner)

    These are a fantastic 300BLK plinking round.
    Also shot them out of a 30-30 for funzies.

    300BLK (10.5″)
    15.5gr Alliant 2400
    1.795-1.80″ OAL
    2,035 FPS AVG

    WIN 94AE 30-30
    36.0gr H335
    2.47″ OAL
    2,550 FPS AVG

  16. frankhgh (verified owner)

    They work great in my Alpine 30 M1 Carbine. I use IMR 4227 powder. crimped they hold 3 shot 1 inch group at 100 yards,

  17. Rocky (verified owner)

    Great alternative w/ 300BLK. H110 19.7gr with a 2.050 COAL. They were spitting at 2300FPS. I also use the LEE factory crimp die to lock them in the case. They smack that feed ramp good and hard. Very consistent weights and dimensions on the bullets themselves.

  18. Mike T.

    These have been working great in my CZ 52 in 7.62 Tokarev, where I could not get plated bullets of the same type to shoot accurately at all.

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