.308 Win. True Velocity Composite, Accubond, *One Cartridge not a Box, * see details.
* Out of Stock however more versions of this caliber in related items below.
*One Cartridge not a box, picture of the box is for reference only!
*The cartridge case does not have writing on it as on the picture on the box.
For more information please see below.
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Available on backorder
* Out of Stock however more versions of this caliber in additional information below.
* The cartridge case does not have writing on it as on the picture on the box.
One Cartridge, not a box: .308 Winchester, factory loaded by True Velocity Ammunition LLC of Garland Texas, U.S.A. using Composite cases with a steel bottom insert, Head-Stamped “TV 308 WIN” and loaded with a 165 Grain, Nosler, Accubond projectile.
Other .308 Winchester or 7.62x51mm NATO in below related items.
History of the 7.62 NATO & .308 Winchester Cartridge:
Winchester introduced the .308 Winchester (Commercial Designation) to the public as a Sporting Cartridge in 1952 for short-action rifles with the power of a long-action rifle cartridge.
The 7.62x51mm NATO or 7.62 NATO (Military Designation) basically same as the .308 Winchester cartridge was adopted by U.S. Military in 1954 and by NATO in the early 1950s, but the U.S. Military did not have rifles for the caliber until 1957.
The 7.62 NATO is basically a shortened 30-06 and it replaced the 30-06 as the basic U.S. Military Personnel Rifle until the 5.56×45 NATO, or (.223 Remington) in 1961.
The 7.62 NATO is still used by the U.S. Military and other NATO Military countries, and has pasted the test of time as a great hunting and Military cartridge.