The Barnaul Cartridge Plant in Russia has been a heavy hitting juggernaut in the ammunition industry since it was moved to its current location in 1941. Although it has been in the ammo production field since the 19th century, it has been moved many times for one reason or another. Barnaul currently manufactures multiple brands of ammo such as the Centaur Line, the Monarch line, Barnaul Gold and Barnaul Silver Ammo Lines, Russian M43 bulk 762x39 and 556x45 NATO Military Ammo, Less-Lethal Handgun Ammunition, and of course, the Barnaul BEAR Ammo Line.
Barnaul Bear ammo comes in three different types. There is the Brown Bear line, there is the Golden Bear line, and there's the Silver Bear line. These Silver Bear cartridges have a 123 grain Full Metal Jacketed bullet atop a non-corrosive Berdan primed, thick walled, tough steel case with a Zinc coating. They have a muzzle energy that hits solid at 1653-foot pounds, and their muzzle energy is 2430 feet per second of 7.62x39 speed. These 20 round packages are locked in tight with 25 boxes per 500 round case. Stock your personal armory full of multiple 500 round cases and make your next trip to the range a memorable one.
Review by MarioJr.
I haven't shot Gold Bear. Don't think I am gonna have to.
Just ran 300 rounds of Silver up at a friends camp for the 4th. It runs very well through my RAS47.
(Posted on 7/10/18)
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