1080 Rounds of .30 Carbine Ammo in Ammo Can by Korean Military Surplus – 110gr FMJ


Ammo Overview

Ammo Quantity – 1,080 rounds per ammo can
Ammo Manufacturer – Korean Military Surplus
Projectiles – 110 grain full metal jacket (FMJ)
Ammo Casings – Boxer-primed brass

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More about The Lowdown on 30 Carbine Ammo

The 30 Carbine cartridge was designed by Winchester before World War II for a U.S. Army “light rifle” project to replace heavy rifles and handguns with lighter, more accurate firepower. It saw combat in the Vietnam War and Korean War, and is now popular with gun enthusiasts, sportsmen, and hunters worldwide. The 30 carbine ammo was Firstly issued in the M2 carbine, the .30 Carbine is a great choice for small- to medium-game hunting. It is also popular among military battle re-enactors, and can be found chambered in several pistols. A look at the .30 Carbine’s relatively straight, rimless case may lead the unknowing shooter to believe it was designed for a pistol. After all, it looks more like a handgun round than one made for a rifle, but it is not.

30 Carbine Ammo specs

The 30 carbine ammo has a round nose lead bullet and was built as a rimless 30 caliber version of its .32 Winchester Self-Loading parent cartridge. The bullet’s diameter is 308 inches (7.62 mm), ), extending to the neck (.331 inches, 8.41 mm) and to the base (.354 inches, 8.99 mm). The case is 1.29 inches (32.76 mm) long, 1.65 inches (41.91 mm) overall. The rifling twist is 1:20 (25.4 cm). The primer is small rifle.

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In addition to the .30 Caliber Carbine, shooters also refer to it as:

  • .30 M1 Carbine
  • .30 SL (where SL stands for self-loading)
  • .762x33mm
  • .30 ammo
  • .30 Cal ammo
  • .30 Cal Carbine ammo
  • M1 ammo


National governments often make too much ammo. (They hope it will be too much when they make it, at least.) And when they finally decide to get rid of it, they sell in bulk to handsome people like those of us who work at  gunsarmmo. We now have pallets of this fine 30 Carbine ammunition, which was made in Korea in the 1980s.

This cartridge features a standard 110 grain full metal jacket projectile, which doesn’t expand because South Korea didn’t wish to violate the Hague Convention in the process of defending their border. Unlike many milsurp rounds, its casing is brass and its primer is a Boxer, making it a great choice for the ardent handloader.

These 1,080 rounds come in a mil-spec steel ammo can, so they are ideal for even longer storage. They are loaded on 10-round stripper clips to make loading your M1 carbine easier, and those clips are in turn stored in fabric bandoliers.

30 carbine ammo


Different Firearms Chambered for .30 Carbine Ammo
A few different rifles and guns have been loaded for this cartridge. In 1944, Smith and Wesson made a hand-ejector pistol that shot .30 type ammo. Despite the fact that it arrived at 1,277 fps and created 4.18-inch groupings at 25 yards, the military wasn’t intrigued. It was basically excessively clearly.

Be that as it may, different guns followed, including the:

Marlin Model 62
Thompson Center Contender
Plainfield Machine Enforcer
Ruger Blackhawk Revolver
AMT Automag III
Taurus Raging Thirty

Types of .30 Carbine Ammo

Aguila, Federal, Magtech, Remington, and Winchester are a portion of the more unmistakable producers to offer .30 Carbine ammo today.
Modest .30 Carbine ammo can be hard to track down at a nearby weapon store, where adjusts ordinarily cost somewhere in the range of 40 and 60 pennies each. Army overflow .30 Carbine ammunition is now and again accessible. Some specialty loads cost impressively more.

Handloading .30 Carbine cartridges gives a decent other option and permits shooters to make specific wildcat cartridges in light of the round.

Since its starting through today, the .30 Carbine has substantiated itself a cartridge that capabilities as a handyman. The projectile is enormous in width, goes at a moderate speed, and is compelling for safeguarding the home and hunting generally match-up of little to medium size.

Many rifles and guns are loaded for .30 Carbine and arrive in a wide range of activity types. Furthermore, since the .30 Carbine creates gentle backlash and is satisfactorily precise, its highlights go with this cartridge an extraordinary decision for new shooters or the individuals who need a fun centerfire cartridge for plinking.


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