7.62X39 Ammo

7.62x39 ammo is most commonly used in AK-47 rifles as the former Soviet standard and one of the most popular intermediate rifle cartridges in the world.

With a history that dates back to the 1940's, you'll find 7.62x39 for sale most commonly used by American civilian shooters as a survival rifle or hunting rifle. In terms of ballistics, the Soviet cartridge offers about the same amount of power as a 30-30 round. The AK-47 ammo generally offers a muzzle velocity between 2,100 feet per second and 2,400 feet per second.

Look for in-stock 7.62x39 ammunition with bullet weights generally in the 122-grain to 124-grain range. Full metal jacket rounds are available for plinking but many shooters will also use hollow point rounds for their range time as well.

At the links below, look for quality 7.62x39 ammo from popular Russian and domestic manufacturers like Wolf, Tula, and Federal.

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Recent 7.62X39 Reviews

  • ☆☆☆☆☆
    Best foreign ammo that I have put through my 189 series Mini 30. Never a jam and will print the first 3 shots inside of 2 inches.
    Roy on 20rds - 7.62x39mm Prvi Partizan 123gr. PSP Ammo
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    Very good am o wanting to buy several more boxes. Nobody has it. In stock ?????
    DANNY Grant on 20rds – 7.62x39 Sellier & Bellot 124gr. SP Ammo
  • ☆☆☆☆☆
    Received my order four (4) days after placing it. Came super fast despite all the Covoid-19 delays.
    Dubya on 1000rds - 7.62x39mm Tula 122gr. FMJ Ammo
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    Crate received missing handle- they seem to pull off easily, but I was able to do a field expedient repair. Somehow the crate wasn't damaged in shipping which was miraculous due to the damage done to the outer box- suggestion: something this dense should not be shipped in an oversized box regardless of how much cushion you put inside (just doesn't work out well). Ship these in a tight fitting box just large enough for the crate, add lot's of shipping tape to the outside corners. Making a custom box/cutting down to fit (if necessary) is just as quick as stuffing an oversized box with dunnage/cushion materials. (and maybe cheaper) Some bands wouldn't hurt either. FYI.
    Keith Williams on 1260rds – 7.62x39 Igman 124gr. FMJ Ammo