1260 Rounds of 124gr FMJ 7.62x39mm Ammo by Yugo Surplus
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7.62x39mm was designed in 1944 in the Soviet Union and is most commonly used in the SKS and AK-47 although there are other guns chambered in it including Ruger’s Mini-30 and Remington’s Compact Model 799 Mini-Mauser. Tests show it performs admirably in a variety of conditions ranging from -50 degrees Celsius (-58 degrees Fahrenheit) to 50 degrees Celsius (122 degrees Fahrenheit). That tolerance has made it a favorite in polar and desert climes, but it is also favored by shooters in more moderate climates. And while the cartridge has seen extensive military use it is also enjoyed for plinking and hunting game such as whitetail deer. Shooters with 7.62x39mm-chambered rifles tend to be seriously high-volume ones, and that’s why this competitively-priced 1,260-round case is such a great choice.
These are FMJ’s manufactured to help you reach your marksmanship goals (and to have some fun, too). They’re well-suited for target practice, tactical training, and plinking, and if you’re a hunter, they’re a nice choice for improving your accuracy for deer season. At 124 grain they’re a nice, light choice for training; lighter-weight cartridges are less likely to exhaust your hands, especially when fired at higher volumes. They have a reported muzzle velocity of 2,320 feet per second and muzzle energy of 1,470 foot-pounds. There are 1,260 rounds in this case; that’s a lot of chances to improve your skills and annihilate some cans and jugs.
This ammunition surplus from the country formerly known as Yugoslavia. If you want target rounds you can easily afford, these are a good option. They’re produced in brass cases using a berdan primer, which ensures ignition on firing and also increases shelf-life. Also, they have an M67 projectile and are non-magnetic with a lead core.
(Please take note: These may be corrosive rounds. They often come packaged in the original crates they were packed in before being sold to the public and may show signs of wear and tear.)