BARNAUL 30-06 SPRINGFIELD AMMO 168 GRAIN SOFT POINT STEEL POLYCOATED - SPBT168
Barnaul 30-06 Springfield Ammo 168 Grain Soft Point Steel Polycoated
Barnaul 30-06 Springfield Ammo 168 Grain Soft Point Steel Polycoated ammo review offers the following information; The Barnaul Cartridge plant in Russia is one of the oldest Russian Small Arms manufacturing factories. Original established in Saint Petersburg in the 19th Century it was relocated to Podolsk in 1918 during the Russian civil war. Production was restarted under the "P" designation in 1920 then again re-designated as factory 17 in 1928. During World War II the factor was then relocated again to it's current location in Barnaul in 1941 where it remains in operation to this day.
This Barnaul 30-06 ammunition is loaded with a 168 grain, Soft Point bullet with thin polymer coating which helps in ammo longevity, feeding and extraction. The economical price allows for more practice and fun range time. The .30-06 Springfield or 7.62×63mm in metric notation was introduced to the United States Army in 1906, and continued in use until the early 1980s The .30-06 remained the U.S. Army's primary .30 caliber rifle and machine gun cartridge for nearly 50 years and is still widely used by many military’s throughout the world.