500rds – 7.62x39 Barnaul 123gr. FMJ Ammo

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Barnaul 123 Grain Full Metal Jacket (FMJ) Ammo Details

The AK-47 is not a choosy weapon. The low tolerances that particular rifle is assembled according to means it is singularly well-equipped to fire steel-cased ammunition. If you’ve got a Kalashnikov and wouldn’t like to spend your hard-earned coin on a bunch of copper, then Barnaul has made the perfect 500-round brick of 7.62x39 ammo for you!

This cartridge has a 123 grain FMJ projectile – a bullet that is ideal for target shooting given its smooth-feeding, non-expanding, and overall economical design. The bullet’s jacket is nearly entirely made out of steel, with a copper wash on its exterior to give it a more lustrous sheen. The steel’s too soft to harm an AK’s or SKS’s barrel, although it’s without question going to attract a magnet.

This round’s case is just like its bullet jacket – bimetal, meaning it’s nearly entirely steel with the addition of a thin exterior layer of copper. That copper is poised to ward off corrosion in storage, although the steel beneath it is still no good for handloading.

Barnaul hasn’t made a corrosive primer for many years. This ammo’s Berdan primers won’t blast caustic salts throughout your rifle’s action and barrel to threaten them with corrosion!
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