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7.62x54R Ulyanovsk FMJ 148 Grain 20 Round Box 2785 fps Russian Made Steel Cased Polymer Coated

 
Ulyanovsk
EURO54RF/L
4620752370051
AMM-6601
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20 Round Box 7.62x54R 148 grain ammunition from the Ulyanovsk Cartridge works in Russia. This is high-quality ammunition. This is steel cased, Berdan-primed, Bimetal jacket (copper over steel) full metal jacket, non-corrosive and non-reloadable. Muzzle velocity is 2785 fps. This ammo has polymer coated steel cases. Simply put, this is some of the best ammo on the market today at a great price.

Ammunition is a non-returnable item.

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Total number of Reviews: 38

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4.0 5
"Chambers well, fires well, extracts well. No problems with this ammo at all. If you are looking for some low-buck paper killers, these are the rounds to get."
5.0 5
"Great ammo. Very accurate. Chambers very nice better than the spam can ammo. No complaints here. going to buy more for my PSL 54c.thanks CTD!!!!"
4.0 5
"For the money you cannot beat this ammo. I fired 200 rounds of this through my Mosin-Nagant M91/30 sniper rifle and had only 1 round misfire first time thru, it did fire on the second try. Although it is not as accurate as some other more expensive ammunition, some costing 2 to 3X more, when shooting out to distances of 400 yards. However, if you plan on shooting out to around 300 yards this will work very well for you."
5.0 5
"I shot this stuff through an M91/30 Mosin Nagant with no issues. It was more accurate than I was expecting from ammo so cheap and it was more accurate than more expensive ammo that I've used."
5.0 5
"Excellent target ammo! Performance makes 4 bullet rating, throw in price and I'll give it 5. Had no issues through my 91/30, cycled well, good accuracy, and didn\uFFFDt leave me sore the rest of the day either."
1.0 5
"I bought 140 rounds of this ammo and had a problem of extraction out of my nagant . I would shoot a round and the casing would get stuck in the chamber. I had to take a brass bore stem and poke it out. I could extract and unfired round easily but 50 percent of the fired rounds caused the extraction problem. We guessed that the steel casing expanded after firing and lodged itself in the chamber. I have not checked all the boxes . I will try a few different boxes of ammo from various manufactures next time at the range ins make sure it is not my bolt assembly and test the remaining boxes of the Ulyans to insure the rest of them are trash or not."
5.0 5
"I bought 100 of these rounds for my first outing to the range with my M91/30. After ranging it in at 50 yards, these rounds grouped very well with no extraction problems whatsoever. I am so happy with them that I am going to purchase another 100 today."
5.0 5
"The best ammunition for your money. They easily fit on the CTD stripper clips."
4.0 5
"Fantastic ammo for the price. Nice and sooty, just like all the other Russian ammo. Great BANG for your buck."
2.0 5
"I had several instances where I couldn't eject fired cases from my Mosin Nagant. I almost had to use the cleaning rod to dislodge them. I know that Mosins can be fussy, but I never have had any problems using brass cased Wolf. It is inexpensive and seems accurate, but my rifle doesn't like it."
1.0 5
"I fired 10 rounds through my Mosin Nagant 91/30. My rifle has been sitting in storage for nearly 80 years and I bought this type of ammo because the 7.62X39 worked great in my AK 47. All ten rounds I fired had extraction issues. Everytime I fired a round I had to pound on the bolt to get it open. In other words, the bolt got stuck and had to be forced open. The unfired ammo cycles great, it's only when it's fired when there's a problem in my rifle. I going to buy some brass ammo instead of steel cased to confirm if it is a problem with the casing. Either that or see a gunsmith."
5.0 5
"I have bought several boxes of this ammo and fired well over 100 rounds. It cycles through my 1938 Nagant 91/31 smoothly and so far not one ftf. Will most definitely order more"
5.0 5
"Do NOT believe any poor reviews on this ammo. Anyone who's having Failure to fire or extraction issues with this ammo has a rifle that needs fixed. My customized 1936 Mosin 91/30 Izzy eats this stuff like a fat man at a buffet. Accuracy and consistency is outstanding in my rifle, under 1 MOA. Obviously each rifle will have its preference but give this this stuff a chance, especially if you have an M38, M44, or cut down 91/30."
5.0 5
"This ammo is perfect.. disregard reviews from people who blame mosin nagant sticky bolt syndrome on the ammo!!!!!!cycles nice in you're living room but not so well on the range??!! Clean your chamber instead of posting a bad review on the internet!!!!!"
5.0 5
"No complaints. This ran fine in my Mosin Nagant. I'll be buying more."
5.0 5
"This ammo is superb. I see a lot of people complaining about extraction issues. I also see these people are using this ammo in a Mosin Nagant... This ammunition is low grain ammo for use in SVD and PSL-54C rifles, which is why this ammo is significant. Most ammo on the market is higher grain, such as 180 grain, which is real hard and inefficient for use in the SVD / PSL rifles. Likewise, it's not really meant for the Nagant... With all that in mind, this ammo is pretty much the best stuff available for those who need the low grain, as everything else is corrosive surplus, or the wrong grain."
5.0 5
"I ordered 500 rounds a couple months ago and liked it so much I just ordered another 500. I have the sticky bolt problem but it's not the ammo!!!! Very accurate and ejects every time. Fired 100 rounds through my 1943 91/30 and only had one FTF. This stuff is great!!!!"
5.0 5
"Ok, so it isn't PRVI Partizan. It's LESS THAN 10 BUCKS A BOX! I've sent a ton of this stuff through my PSL with zero ftf's. It's non-corrosive, and reasonably accurate - later shots do tend to string, but that's as much the rifle (PSL guys know what I'm talking about) as it is the ammo."
4.0 5
"Bought 200 rounds. Ran 40 through Dragunov with any problems. Shot about 2\" group @ 100yds. Also shot 20 rounds through Mosin and no problems there. Good ammo. Great Price!!!!"
4.0 5
"Good cheap ammo for the range."
5.0 5
"This ammo is accurate in both my PSl and my Mosin. Kinda lucked out with the mosin, bore is the best I've ever seen. Haven't tried it in the m44, but I imagine the shorter barrel will stabilize this light weight alright."
3.0 5
"I bought this cause I'm not quite ready to go to corrosive ammo. Well, I know it isn't CTD's fault, but they Fed-Ex lost the first package. I was very pleased when CTD sent me replacement rounds. I just went to the range this past Monday to try it out. Earlier that week I had bought some corrosive just to make sure I had some in case my package didn't come in. Well to my corrosive ammo actually cycled better than the Ulyanovsk. Idk if its small differences in the casings or what, but I could barely work the bolt with this stuff."
4.0 5
"I've put about 20-30 through my Nagant already. They seem to fire fine, definitely better than buying something more expensive or corrosive."
4.0 5
"Good ammo shot 60 rounds of it throught my m38 and its great and at a good price too, defintaly recomended."
3.0 5
"I'm mixed about this stuff. I ordered 100 rounds from CTD. No problem. Took out my two 91/30 Mosins and went through about 60 rds. Troublesome. A little extra effort to extract empties doesn't bother me, but complete failure to chamber does, couldn't close the bolt. The rounds would not feed from the mag, so I used them both like a single shot. I've not had these issues with other brands of Russian ammo. But the rounds that did chamber, fired impressively. FAST!!! No perceptible in flight time @300yds and I hit my targets. I don't plan on buying any more of this ammo. I'm looking to give Winchester a try."
4.0 5
"I fired 40 rounds out of my Mosin, and it was phenomenal. At 50 yards I was getting 1 MOA and I never shot the rifle before. One of the rounds did get the bolt to stick but never happened again. Highly recommended for anyone who is looking for non-corrosive and accurate rounds."
2.0 5
"Firing rounds through my 91/30 created issues with turning the bolt to eject the round.The rifle had been cleaned extremely well and was a new out of case weapon.My FFL/gunsmith told me not to use the Polymer Coated bullets since the Polymer coating has a tendency to melt as the gun heats up and deposit in the chamber.Rounds and bolt works fine without firing, issue is after firing several rounds.FFL dealer told me to add oil to the chamber, use non-polymer coated ammo and mix in a few of the polymer coated ammo with the non-polymer coated rounds.Still have not given up on these since my SKS eats up the same type 7.62x39 ammo.Perhaps the rifle just needs to be broken in more with other ammo. Just know that after about 20 rounds, almost had to pound the bolt over. However, after letting the gun cool down and cleaning the chamber, would work well again for the first 5-10 rounds then become harder to turn the bolt again."
4.0 5
"If you're looking for cheap, quality ammo for your Mosin, don't hesitate to buy this. One of the first few rounds I put through my rifle made the bolt stick, but haven't had a problem since, after putting about 4 or 5 boxes through the rifle. The only thing keeping this from 5 bullets is that the steel casings cannot be reloaded."
5.0 5
"Great ammo at a cheap price."
5.0 5
"This is the only ammo that I use for my 91 30. It is cheap, but accurate and fun to shoot. People complain about how using this ammo makes the bolt hard to cycle, but from what I understand is that all mosin nagants bolts are hard to cycle. I do not blame the ammo for this, but just the russians for making a crappy cycle system."
4.0 5
"Took my Mosin back out to the range yesterday. Used more oil, which seemed to mostly resolve the issue. Perhaps because this Mosin had not been used since being refurbished, it need more oil and to be worked in more. Still have an occasional shell to seemed to have an issue with closing the bolt (just not as smooth as the rest of the rounds)."
5.0 5
"Bought three boxes for hunting and it works great once I get my scope dialed in squirrels will be destroyed."
5.0 5
"I put about 60 of these through my Mosin. No failures."
5.0 5
"I've been using these for my MN 91/30. This ammo does the job with no problems. I've fired a few other (more expensive)brands, and can't tell the difference so I stick with these. This is the cheapest non-corrosive 7.62X54R I have seen, and it makes a nice hole in my target every time."
4.0 5
"Great ammo I went through 100 rounds and only had 1 FTF. Pretty clean too. The only issue I have is the crimping around the bullet is a little sloppy. But I would purchase again."
1.0 5
"This ammo is a good price, but you get what you pay for when they're made in Russia. I shot a whole box at a target 100 yards away, and not one hit! This ammo is junk. Do not buy!"
3.0 5
"Seemed to shoot well in my Mosin, but had problems with cycling. After firing, the bolt would refuse to open for about a minute or two until the gun cooled. Took this ammo and the rifle to a gunsmith who told me it was the waterproof lacquer coating on this ammo that made the casing stick until the coating cooled enough and became brittle enough to break open. Other than that, it worked fine."
4.0 5
"After cleaning the chamber again, I decided to give this ammo another try. At first, it appeared to be a success, as I fired a full two stripper clips with no problems or a sign of a sticky bolt issue. Then the 11th round got stuck and I had to wait for the gun and the lacquer coating on the casing to cool in order to pry open the bolt. I have verified that my Mosin does not have pitting or cosmoline left in the chamber, so I have determined that it is indeed the coating these rounds have that can cause stickiness for some rifles (I assume my rifle's chamber is a hair smaller than those that have greater success). That being said, some might have better luck than others, depending on the chamber. Minus one bullet for the stubborn lacquer coating, 4 for everything else."