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Silver Bear 7.62x74R 203 Grain Bi-Metal SP 20 Round Box

 
Bear Ammo
A754SPN
460709486085
8-BEAR-A754SPN
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  • DESCRIPTION
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Silver Bear ammunition is a cost effective solution for today's shooters. Silver Bear loads feature a distinctive polished zinc plating on the steel cases which ensure exceptional reliability, functionality and feeding a variety of firearms. The projectiles are made from lead however may contain a bi-metal jacket which will attract a magnet. The cases are Berdan primed which makes them not-reloadable, however the ammunition will have a much longer shelf life when compared to other factory loads. Silver Bear is loaded to exacting standards to ensure you receive a quality product. It's clear to see why more people are turning to Silver Bear to meet their everyday ammo needs.

7.62x54R
203 Grain Soft Point
Bi-Metal Jacket
Steel Cased
Polished Zinc plating
Berdan Primed
Non-Reloadable
Non-Corrosive
Muzzle velocity: 2306 fps
Uses: Target, Training, Plinking, and Hunting
Note: The projectile is a lead core however the jacket is bi-metal and it may contain steel. As such it would attract a magnet.

20 rounds per box. To buy a full case, order 10 boxes.

Ammo price is per box

 
Total number of Reviews: 2

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5.0 5
"It does like its supposed to but then my mosin has never had ammo problems. If you have a problem, check your gun as i have had supposed \"Experts\" tell me to try different ammo but i discovered that most ammo related issues are due to miss aligned extractors or bolt, firing pin adjustments out of calibration. This ammo is all its types have always fired with no issues for me. Cheers."
3.0 5
"I miked mine out at .310 which ends up being a little small for my 1940 Izzy. I haven't had an feed or extraction problems but groups at 100 yds are about twice what they are with Prvi which I miked at .311. For plinking around at relatively close ranges, these are just fine for me."