This 7.62×39 ammunition is manufactured by Arsenal JSCo., which was founded in 1878 to serve the newly created Bulgarian army. It is imported and packaged by Global Ordnance, a veteran-owned firearm and ammo importer in Florida.
AK-47 rifles love steel-cased 7.62×39 ammo like this! And so will your wallet. By not paying for a mountain of brass, you will have more money left over for other things that aren’t ammunition. We can’t think of any of those things at the moment.
Is this ammo magnetic? You bet it is! Its 122 grain FMJ bullets wear bimetal jackets that are predominantly made out of steel, which means not every range is going to let this ammo on their premises. Better check ahead of time if you’re not certain.
This isn’t old war surplus that has been moldering away in a warehouse for an unspecified amount of time. It was manufactured recently at a modern facility, so its Berdan primers are non-corrosive. Arsenal also loads more reliable 7.62×39 than any of their Russian competitors, which you can plainly see from the greenish-blue sealant protecting these rounds’ necks and primers.
|Bullet Weight||122 Grain|
|Bullet Type||Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)|
|Muzzle Velocity (fps)||2396|
|Muzzle Energy (ft lbs)||1555|
|Cost Per Round||37.5¢ per round|