Although they originally made their cartridges with brass casings, Tula switched over to steel in the 1920s partly thanks to Russia’s staggeringly abundant iron reserves. This 7.62x39mm cartridge has such a casing with a Berdan primer, making it significantly less expensive than a brass cased cartridge for the trade-off of being non-reloadable. With 1,000 rounds to work through, though, you wouldn’t have thought about reloading for quite some time anyway.
This cartridge’s 122 grain projectile sports a full metal jacket, so you will keep your bore cleaner and your groupings tighter during protracted range sessions.
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Found the primer when I got home taking the gun apart.
Other than that I had no problems what so ever. Will buy more. (Posted on 5/3/2016)
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