National governments often make too much ammo. (They hope it will be too much when they make it, at least.) And when they finally decide to get rid of it, they sell in bulk to handsome people like those of us who work at BulkAmmo We now have pallets of this fine 30 Carbine ammunition, which was made in Korea in the 1980s.
This cartridge features a standard 110 grain full metal jacket projectile, which doesn’t expand because South Korea didn’t wish to violate the Hague Convention in the process of defending their border. Unlike many milsurp rounds, its casing is brass and its primer is a Boxer, making it a great choice for the ardent handloader.
These 1,080 rounds come in a mil-spec steel ammo can, so they are ideal for even longer storage. They are loaded on 10-round stripper clips to make loading your M1 carbine easier, and those clips are in turn stored in fabric bandoliers.