LOOKING FOR 1000rds OF 762X51 A,P. .. NO RELOADS,, AND AT A REASONABLE PRICE,, THANKS
I do not think you will find any. I seem to recall that they fall under one of the armor piercing ammo laws and are as such illegal to sell.LOOKING FOR 1000rds OF 762X51 A,P. .. NO RELOADS,, AND AT A REASONABLE PRICE,, THANKS
Must be legal now, CMP has been selling it for years.I do not think you will find any. I seem to recall that they fall under one of the armor piercing ammo laws and are as such illegal to sell.
My memory is a bit fuzzy on this so I am sure someone will come by.
Also, I am not sure 7.62 nato was made available to the general public in AP, I know 30-06 was.
Sorry, I meant AP in 30.06 from the CMP. They were selling it up till 2 years ago and you never know what they may have in the pipeline.7.62 nato AP? Care to shoot a link to the ammo...
I have never seen CMP sell 7.62 AP. they were selling 30-06 AP for a time but I was under the impression that it has been gone for years.
When they came out with AR pistols in 308 caliber that is when the problem began as I understand it.SO IS THERE ANY OUT THERE ?? AND IF IT IS PULLED 30/06 AND LOADED IN 308 IS IT AS EFFECTIVE ? THE BULLET WEIGHT OF THE 06 A,P IS ABOUT 163gr AS THE 762X51 IS ABOUT 151gr IF RELOADED WHAT WOULD BE THE BEST POWDER TO USE TO MATCH THE F.P.S.??? THANK BOB
Actually you are on the right path but it was not the AR's behind the ban but it was the fact that the Thompson contenders introduced a pistol in 7.62x51 which made it illegal. You can not have any caliber AP round that is also a pistol cartridge that being said you will be hard pressed to find it and even if you do is it worth it? Think wisely grasshopper :nono:When they came out with AR pistols in 308 caliber that is when the problem began as I understand it.
No armor piercing ammo allowed in a pistol cartridge, period. Remember the Black Talon rounds? "Cop killing bullets" are not politically correct these days.