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Ammo 7.62x39 Red Army Standard 123 Grain FMJ Bullet Non-Corrosive 2296 fps 180 Rounds AM1920A

 
Century International Arms
AM1920B
787450228443
2-CAAM1920B
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Century International Arms introduces Red Army Standard ammunition. New production ammo at surplus prices! This full metal jacket loaded, steel cased, non corrosive ammo is the perfect ticket for shooting, stashing, or saving.

Polymer coated with Bimetal jacketed, lead core bullets

7.62x39mm is an intermediate rifle cartridge developed for the Red Army towards the end of World War II. It was later adopted for use in the SKS and AK rifle systems. Since the end of the 1940s, global use of this cartridge has made it one of the most well known and widely distributed rifle cartridges in history. The 7.62x39mm round is often touted as being superior to the Western 5.56x45mm round.

Price is per 180 round box.

 
Total number of Reviews: 3

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3.0 5
"To be honest I bought this ammo for two reasons: A, the cool packaging and B, the sealed cases. Unfortunately none of the ammo came sealed like it says in the description and in the photo. Kinda bummed"
5.0 5
"Product arrived in good time. Package in good condition, no damage. Both cigar boxes had plenty of adhesive bubble wrap around them (hard time getting it off but who cares if in good condition), no damage. Fired one box over two days. Zero jams (extract), no miss-fed rounds (load), all rounds fired as they should (bang, bang, :)). A little dirty but not bad at all considering the price. Overall, I will be purchasing again."
2.0 5
"Nice ammo if your looking for non-polymer coated, non-sealed cases. The description and pictures are totally false. Cases are grey, bullets and primers are not sealed."