New: Creedmoor Sports .30 Carbine Rifle Ammunition

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posted on July 2, 2018
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Creedmoor Sports has introduced a new caliber to its rifle ammo lineup: Creedmoor .30 Carbine 110-grain rifle ammunition. Made in Anniston, AL, at Creedmoor’s facility, the new ammo combines Starline Brass with Hornady 110-grain FMJ bullets. The .30 Carbine comes in 50-round boxes for $37.50. Additionally, there's a bulk discount for purchases of five or more, lowering the price to $35.62 for each box.

The .30 Carbine is a cartridge used in the M1 Carbine introduced in the 1940s. During World War II, Korea and Vietnam, the .30 Carbine became very popular among civilian hunters and shooters. The popularity of the M1 Carbine for collectors, sport shooting and reenactments has resulted in continued civilian popularity of the cartridge. M1 Carbine matches began in the 1950s, and they continue to flourish to this day.

Creedmoor says their new .30 Carbine 110-grain Rifle Ammunition is a zoomer with 1601 fps at 100 yards, and 626 foot-pounds of energy.

If you purchase any 10 boxes of Creedmoor Ammunition, you will receive free ground shipping.

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