1000 Rounds of 124gr FMJ 7.62x39mm Ammo by Fiocchi
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7.62x39mm was created in the Soviet Union during World War II. In 1943 the Technical Council of the People’s Commissariat for Armaments to talk about the need for a new intermediate rifle cartridge council and decided the new cartridge had to be suitable for use in a wide variety of infantry weapons from semi-auto carbines to selective-fire rifles to light machine guns. In order to fulfill those requirements a committee of renowned Soviet designers was formed; the committee started out with 314 cartridge designs, which they narrowed down to 8 viable options to actually build and test. The first cartridge they chose was the 7.62x41mm, but after some use it was clear there were improvements needed in accuracy and penetration, and the 7.62x39mm was designed.
These 7.62x39mm rounds are fairly light at 124 grain. They’re FMJ rounds and as such do not expand on impact; FMJ rounds punch through the target and keep going, making a trustworthy backstop a must. Each round leaves the barrel of your rifle with fantastic speed at a muzzle velocity of 2375 feet per second and delivers an enormous impact with a muzzle energy of 1552 foot-pounds. These rounds are produced in fresh brass cases with boxer primer and can be reloaded. This ammunition is a great choice for target practice, tactical training, and plinking.
When you order this box of ammunition from Fiocchi you get 1000 target rounds, and that means you can spend some serious time feeding your 7.62x39mm-chambered rifle. With this many rounds you can practice shooting from a variety of positions and improve your skills significantly. Fiocchi was founded in 1876; they’ve been making quality, reliable ammunition for almost 150 years. They’re located in Lecco, Italy, and are one of the oldest, largest ammunition manufactures in Italy. For distribution in the United States they have a plant in Ozark, Missouri, and when the demand becomes overwhelming, extra ammo is shipped in from the Lecco plant. Your rifle is hungry, so feed it.