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About This Arsenal 7.62 x 39 AmmunitionWe don’t know all that much about Bulgaria as a country, but we love what the country’s oldest arms supplier is doing with steel! This 7.62x39 ammunition is imported by Global Ordnance of Florida and substitutes steel for copper in a couple key ways so you can save money and still enjoy quality one-on-one time with your AK-47!
This is steel-cased ammo. Steel cases won’t do you a lick of good at a reloading press, but the rugged metal is perfect for an AK-47’s aggressive extractor. The cases’ Berdan primers perform more or less interchangeably to brass-cased ammo’s standard Boxer primers, and they aren’t corrosive like what you’d find in old Cold War surplus.
If you’re used to Russian-made steel-cased ammo, then you may not anticipate how much higher-quality Arsenal’s 7.62x39 really is. The Bulgarians adhere to stricter quality assurance protocol while manufacturing their military-grade munitions, and they seal its necks and primers against harmful water infiltration!
This ammo’s 122 grain full metal jacket bullets are almost entirely copper-free. There’s a thin film of copper wash on the jacket’s exterior, but the rest is pure economical steel. Some ranges won’t let you fire magnetic bullets on their premises, though, so check and make sure Arsenal 7.62x39 is welcome at your range ahead of time. And as always, the S&H on this case of ammo and the rest of your entire purchase is free as sunshine when you order from the Ammo Man!
|Ammo Caliber||7.62 x 39|
Customer Reviews of this 7.62X39 ARSENAL BY GLOBAL ORDNANCE 122 GRAIN FMJ (1000 ROUNDS)
great target to tactical ammo......just great ammo
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I was gifted a case of this ammo and had never used it before. I had heard of it and its Bulgarian manufacturing......anyway found it to be at least the equal to Barnaul which means top of the line for steel cased ammo. Global Trades?Arsenal also makes and markets brass cased ammo that I also have never fired. This steel cased ammo seems very consistently loaded chrono's to listed velocitites and is 100 percent reliable. I suspect that the reviewer that found misfires may be using a PSA Ak of some sort with the original firing pin PSA provides.....a well known flaw fixable with the outlay of less than $20 for a new and decent firing pin. Just a guess cause even Tula doesnt present with the numbers of misfires one reviewer mentioned.
3 out of 10
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On average, 3 out of every 10 carriages failed to fire.
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