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Trajetech 7.62x54R Tracer, Full Metal Jacket, 147 Grain, 2400 fps, 20 Round Box, 76254R147TR

Trajectory Technologies, Inc
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Trajetory Technologies, Inc. has produced a line of ammunition called TRAJETECH that is the exact standards and tolerances you require.

TRAJETECH "Tracing a New Path."

Caliber: 7.62x54R
Bullet Type: Full Metal Jacket Tracer
Bullet Weight: 147 Grains
Muzzle Velocity: 2750fps
Muzzle Energy: 2470 Ft. Lbs.
Illuminates out to 600 Meters
Twist Rate: 1 in 10
Steel cased, not reloadable
Rounds per Box: 20

Total number of Reviews: 11

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5.0 5
"Ordered them on Thursday morning, got then Friday evening. They work great out of my 91/30. Can't wait for the PSL test. Nice and bright for several seconds. I was shooting at a very distant hillside and they burned all the way to it."
4.0 5
"This ammo cycled well in my 91/30, but almost all of the casings split when fired."
1.0 5
"Have shot about eight so far and not one looks anything like a tracer. Was really hoping they would be good."
5.0 5
"Bought these a few weeks ago and finally got to test them on the range. I shot half the box and they all lit up until they hit their target. Personally I thought it was a great value for a hard to find round!"
1.0 5
"Bought a box of this to fire through my WWI era American Made Mosin. The first and only round I fired locked up in by bolt. Had to take a hammer to the bolt in order to open it back up. The shell casing was jammed inside the chamber. Had to use a rod to get it out. Also, the round went into the dirt at approx 100 meters. Was trying to us this ammo to sight in a scope at 250 meters. Will not be buying this ammo again."
4.0 5
"Just got the Mosin 91/30 and shot five of these off and all of shot just fine. No broken shells all intact only there not the greatest fit, third round had a little hang up to cycle through just had to push it down and kept firing! Overall good buy and light up all the way."
4.0 5
"Good ammo. Just as good as the 7.62x54R cold war era spam-can ammo you can get. I was confused by New Manufacture printed on the box, since the rounds I got are clearly mil surplus. According to the stamp on the bottom of my rounds, they were made in 1985 \uFFFD85\uFFFD in Bulgaria \uFFFD10\uFFFD. Honestly I don\uFFFDt care since they shoot just fine. All rounds fired have burned. Keep in mind that these are red tracers and will not be easily seen if shooting on a bright sunny day. Save these for use in low light. Good find CTD!"
2.0 5
"Only 2 out of the 20 seems somewhat like a tracer. Only about 100 yards but did not light up on the way, only after it hit a rock and ricocheted did it flash red a little."
3.0 5
"Overall I was slightly disappointed at how old the casings seemed to look. also there was a weird thin layer of paint over the rounds which didn't make much sense to me. Also they really burned my mosin hot after firing 10 rounds, after I fired all twenty at the range my mosin was scorching hot as a layer of oil melted off the barrel. Definitely had to give it a good clean, even though the rounds are not corrosive. Still though It was cheap and good for taking to the range, definitely would get something better to hunt with though."
4.0 5
"This ammo works fine and im happy to find 7.62x54r tracers this low. Gave it a 4 out of 5 because its surplus Czech shells loaded with a new bullet marked as \"new\" ammo."
3.0 5
"I bought these strictly for the price. Every round has fired effortlessly, not many have burned. Looking solely at price per round and reliability I give it a 5. Taking 2 points because lack of tracing."