20 Rounds of 123gr MC 7.62x39mm Ammo by Remington
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You own an SKS because you like nothing more than standing tall at your favorite outdoor spot and squeezing off a few hundred rounds at stationary targets. There’s just nothing quite like holding that kind of power in your own hands and deciding which pumpkin is obliterated and which one survives – for five minutes. Rifles chambered in 7.62x39mm do some serious damage, and shooting them can be seriously fun, fun that requires ammo. Of course, just because ammunition for these guns tends to be more cheaply priced just as the guns themselves frequently are doesn’t mean you shouldn’t feed your gun quality stuff. Loading your guns with good-for-them ammunition is always a good idea, and these 7.62x39mm Remington rounds are just what your SKS needs.
At 123 grain these are rather light for the 7.62x39mm cartridge. Lighter means faster, though, and can also mean slightly less recoil. This is Metal Case ammunition, which is Remington’s version of Full Metal Jacket; it doesn’t expand on impact and often over-penetrates, which is normal for target ammunition. Each round races down-range impressively fast with a muzzle velocity of 2365 feet per second and hammers home with a muzzle energy of 1527 foot-pounds. This ammunition is designed for target practice, tactical training, and plinking. Just as with any range time, take the time to be sure of your target and what is beyond it.
You get 20 target rounds in this single box of ammunition from Remington. Remington was founded in 1816, and for 200 years the venerable company has been coming out with innovative ways to make the most of your gun’s abilities. They have not one but six plants all across the South and on the east coast, with ammunition production taking place at their plant in Lonoke, Arkansas. These MC rounds are made with high-quality components, and these are new-production brass cases with boxer primer, so you can collect your spent brass, reload it, and get back to doing what you love best: shooting. Don’t feed your rifle just any ammunition, feed it a healthy meal; feed it Remington.