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7.62x54R Light Ball Silver Tip Russian - 440 Rounds in sealed "Spam Can"

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$99.99
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$89.99 (You save $10.00)
SKU:
54R-440
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Weight:
24.00 LBS
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Product Description

7.62x54R Russian Light Ball Silver Tip Copper-Washed Steel-Cased, Full Metal Jacket - 440 Round Spam Can

Manufactured in Russia, this Light Ball ammunition features a mild steel core and a bi-metal case. Loaded in a sealed can, this ammunition is new production, corrosive, in berdan primed steel cases.Russian Surplus Manufacture.

  • Caliber: 7.62x54mm Rimmed Russian
  • Bullet Weight: 148 Grain
  • Bullet Style: Silver Tip Full Metal Jacket Boat Tail (Bi-Metal)
  • Bullet Casing: Steel Case, copper washed.

 

 

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  1. Great for plinking or hunting

    Posted by Unknown on 24th Oct 2013

    This is the only way to buy ammo for your Mosin Nagant. Only $0.22 per shell. It is corrosive, but simply use soapy water or a cleaner like Windex prior to normal cleaning methods for your rifle. Good accuracy.


  2. great cheep ammo

    Posted by Mike M. on 28th Jul 2011

    this is the best deal that you can get for this caliber. its all surplus ussr ammo from the 70's and 80's. the only down fall to this ammo is that they have "corrisive" primers, meaning there is salt in the primer, so you have to use a solvent on top of what ever you do when you clean your rifle.