500 Rounds of 123gr FMJ 7.62x39mm Ammo by Brown Bear
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SKS’s and AK-47’s are favored by many firearms aficionados for a wide variety of reasons including target practice, plinking, and hunting. And one thing about shooters who love their rifles: they don’t like to be limited to just a few rounds. This Brown Bear 7.62x39mm 123 grain FMJ ammunition is a great choice for when you just want to put a few rounds down-range or spend time improving your marksmanship. They have steel cases with berdan primer; the cases save you money while the primer ensures ignition and lengthens shelf-life.
7.62x39mm ammunition was originally created by the Soviet Union in 1943. Their tested provided results claiming the rounds function well in a wide range of temperatures, from -58 degrees Fahrenheit to 122 degrees Fahrenheit, which makes them great for polar or desert areas. At first, they were used by their own military, but today it’s become one of the most commonly used intermediate rifle cartridges in the world. And although some changes have been made over the years, including higher carbon concentrations and an increase in penetration capabilities, 7.62x39mm remains a classic.
Brown Bear manufactures all its ammunition at the Barnaul Machine Plant in Russia. And what better choice for target rounds than those made by a Russian plant for your Russian rifle? At 123 grain, these are lightweight and have a muzzle velocity of 2,430 feet per second. These rounds are designed to be non-corrosive, so they’re easier on your rifle’s barrel, and reviewers say they feed and eject well. You get 500 rounds in this box, and it’s reasonably priced, so you can feed your SKS or AK-47 to your heart’s content.
(This ammunition is steel-cased. Some ranges do not allow rounds with steel cases, so make sure you double check before trying to use this ammunition at your area range.)