20rds - 7.62x39 Brown Bear 125gr. Polymer Soft Point Ammo

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Brown Bear Ammunition 125 Grain Soft-Point (SP) Ammo Details

7.62x39 Brown Bear 125 Grain Polymer Soft Point Ammo – 20 Rounds



This ammunition is manufactured at the JSC Barnaul Machine Tool Plant located in Barnaul Russia. Brown Bear ammo is an affordable option for the budget-conscious shooter, offering quality, precision, reliability, and performance without breaking the bank. All Brown Bear rounds are loaded to the exacting standards normally reserved for mil-spec ammo, yet are available at a surprisingly affordable price.



This package contains 20 rounds of Brown Bear 7.62x39 ammunition. Each polymer-coated cartridge is loaded with a 125 grain soft point projectile. Delivering excellent terminal expansion and effective tissue penetration, these rounds are well-suited for hunting medium size game, varmints, and coyote.



This is factory fresh ammunition and features Berdan primers for reliable ignition and extended storage. Cases are non-reloadable, polymer-coated steel. Each round produces a muzzle velocity of 2445 feet per second.


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    posted on by Robert Cochran

    This stuff runs perfectly in my SKS and AK47. It will get the job done in the vast majority of situations, except for long range applications.

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    posted on by JAMES VAIS

    Just an update this ammo will shoot less than 1 inch in my mini 30 at 50 yards using the factory iron sights.

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    posted on by JAMES VAIS

    Excellent ammo. Highly consistent and reliable. Accuracy could not be tested due to weather but I did get fairly zeroed in at 50yds. My Mini 30 functioned flawlessly the factory mag failed no matter the ammo it was loaded with but my 10 round ProMag worked flawlessly. My rough group at 50yds. was 1.75" after sight in. Final target was destroyed so I never got to measure the last 5 shot group.

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    posted on by Joseph Flowers

    Well for most of us, we know that there are both lacquered and polymer sealed rounds; I can see HOW you made the mistake I suppose, but if you do a google search for "polymer soft point" you'll come up with NO polymer or plastic tipped ammunition. You didn't get plastic tipped ammunition--which I've never seen for 7.62x39 at ammo stores online--but, on the bright side, you did get some great soft point ammo that has better terminal ballistics and is cleaner than any of the cheap stuff out there. <br />
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    You could eat the shipping and use the store credit, but it's hard to blame them--after all, they just sent what you ordered. I agree the language could be more specific in places for complete newbies, but you'd have to take that up with the Russians. Perhaps ATG left your review up to help stop other plastic bullet seekers from accidentally ordering this (though I suspect they may have left it up knowing that some of us would get a good chuckle).

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    posted on by ED HERLIK

    What a doofus I turned out to be. In English, 'Polymer Soft Point' means a soft point made of polymer. That's what I want, a plastic tipped bullet. So I ordered a bunch of them.<br />
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    I opened the case on the range and found soft lead points with polymer coated cases. Oops. Being there, I had to fire them in my new Ruger Mini-30 or fire nothing.<br />
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    It was a disaster. The Ruger seems to be more tightly engineered than the Russian designs and so has sharply machined edges at the chamber. The soft points jammed on those edges, cutting serious divots into the soft lead. No round misfired and some were quite accurate. But there were many jams and bent bullets flew everywhere.<br />
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    Don't buy this bullet for a Ruger. And understand clearly that there's no polymer in the soft point.

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