1080 Rounds of 7.62x39mm Ammo by Red Army Standard - 123gr FMJ

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Quantity - 20 rounds per box; 54 boxes per case
Manufacturer - Red Army Standard
Bullets - 123 grain full metal jacket (FMJ)
Casings - Berdan-primed polymer coated steel

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Red Army Standard ammo is manufactured in Romania using some of the same equipment used to produce Soviet stockpiles during the Cold War. As a result, you can be confident that these rounds were made to perform reliably in your AK47.

This ammo features berdan-primed, non-reloadable steel-cases that are coated in polymer to ensure that these rounds feed smoothly into your rifle. Each round features a 123 grain FMJ bullet that makes this round a great choice for your next trip to the range. Unlike most cases, this round features 54 boxes of 20 rounds of 7.62x39mm ammunition for a total of 1080 rounds for those of you bulk shooters who aren't quite satisfied with just shooting 1000 rounds!

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Posted On: 9/20/2014 By: Berzerker

A: Hello, These 123gr. FMJ rounds by Red Army in 7.62x39 do not come in a spam can. They come in boxes of 20 rounds each. These make great target rounds in 7.62x39.

Posted On: 9/18/2014 By: Daenambo

A: Hello, These 123gr. FMJ rounds by Red Army in 7.62x39 have a lead core, but they sometimes use a bi-metal jacket so they do attract a magnet. For non-magnetic rounds, I would suggest a brass cased round.

Posted On: 9/18/2014 By: Frank

A: Hello Frank, These 123gr. FMJ rounds by Red Army in 7.62x39 have a lead core, but they do sometimes have a bi-metal jacket so they will attract a magnet. For a non-magnetic round, I would suggest a brass cased round.

Posted On: 9/14/2014 By: UncleMike's1897

A: Hello, These 123gr. FMJ rounds by Red Army in 7.62x39 have a lead core, but they sometimes have a bi-metal jacket and they do have a steel case and will attract a magnet. For non-magnetic rounds, I would suggest a brass cased round.

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