Buying American-made 7.62x39 means you get to cut magnetic bullets clean out of the equation. This cartridge’s full metal jacket weighs in at 123 grains, which is standard for the caliber and light enough to secure a muzzle velocity of 2,355 fps (0.245 G1 BC). The copper-jacket lead-core FMJ delivers consistent accuracy, dropping -15.6” 100 yards after reaching a 200-yard zero.
This ammo is also pretty neat because it has new brass cases – ideal if you want to try your hand at handloading 7.62x39 for a change. Each factory fresh cartridge is noncorrosive Boxer-primed and charged up with clean-burning powder. Better stock up just in case the U.S. Army announces that they’re adopting the AK-47 next week.
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