In addition, the casing wears a very light protective coat which keeps the steel material from causing undue wear to extractors and chambers. The 56-grain FMJ-BT projectile is relative light for flat-shooting characteristics and highly manageable recoil. The boat tail rear of the bullet helps to reduce drag in-flight for greater stability at longer ranges. Speaking of stability, the smaller and lighter bullet is not picky at all and will fly cleanly from nearly any barrel no matter the twist rate or total length. Red Army ammunition is manufactured in Russia and imported by Century Arms, a company that US shooters will recognize for demilitarized import firearms and competitive prices.
Posted On: 8/25/18 By: Zeb