NO RESERVE! Offered for sale! Twenty boxes of 20 rounds each Lake City 7.62 X 51MM Match M852 ammunition. I opened one box for the photograph, the other 19 boxes are sealed. All boxes are from the same lot number. M852 features the Sierra Matchking bullet, 168gr, BTHP. American Rifleman states 2600fps from a 22" M14 barrel. Quoting from a US. Army memorandum: "Sierra MatchKing 168-grain match grade boat tail For more than a decade two bullets have been available for use by the United States Army Marksmanship Unit in match competition in its 7.62mm rifles. The M118 is a 173-grain match grade full metal jacket boat tail, ogival spitzer tip bullet, while the M852 is the Sierra MatchKing 168-grain match grade boat tail, ogival spitzer tip bullet with an open tip. Although the accuracy of the M118 has been reasonably good, though at times erratic, independent bullet comparisons by the Army, Marine Corps, and National Guard marksmanship training units have established unequivocally the superior accuracy of the M852. Army tests noted a 36% improvement in accuracy with the M852 at 300 meters, and a 32% improvement at 600 yds; Marine Corps figures were twenty-eight percent accuracy improvement at 300 m, and 20% at 600yds. The National Guard determined that the M852 provided better bullet groups at 200 and 600 yards under all conditions than did the M118. [FNa1] The 168-grain MatchKing was designed in the late 1950's for 300 m. shooting in international rifle matches. In its competitive debut, it was used by the 1st place winner at the 1959 Pan American Games. In the same caliber but in its various bullet lengths, the MatchKing has set a number of international records. To a range of 600 m., the superiority of the accuracy of the M852 cannot be matched, and led to the decision by U.S. military marksmanship training units to use the M852 in competition."
NO RESERVE! Offered for sale! Twenty boxes of 20 rounds each Lake City 7.62 X 51MM Match M852 ammunition. I opened one box for the photograph, the other 19 b
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