BEST 1000 Rounds of 7.62×39 Ammo by Wolf – 122gr FMJ

(22 customer reviews)

$300

  • Availability: In stock
  • Caliber: 7.62×39mm
  • Number of rounds: 1000 rounds
  • Brand: Wolf
  • Pistol Ammo Type: Target
  • Grain weight: 40
  • Price $300 for 1000 rounds
  • 2-3 days delivery

 

Description

7.62X39MM AMMO

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FAQ

What is 7.62×39?

The 7.62×39 round is a rifle round designed in the Soviet Union during World War II. The 7.62×39 nomenclature refers to the round’s dimensions. It’s the round fired by the AK-47 rifle, which was invented around the same time.

What caliber is 7.62×39

The 7.62×39 round is its own unique round. However, the round is roughly the equivalent of a 30-30 round, making it a 30 caliber. It’s slightly different from these rounds, though, and not interchangeable. Do not attempt to shoot 7.62×39 out of rifles marked as anything other than that, even if they are 30 caliber.

Can you still get 7.62 x39 ammo??

The maximum effective range of a bullet is the distance at which the average shooter can consistently hit a 1-inch target. For 7.62×39 ammo hollow points rounds, which are most often fired from the AKM and AK-47 platforms, the typical effective range is 400 meters (1,300 feet). Some rifles and optics setups can double this range, but most AK platforms have relatively short sights that limit accuracy at extreme range.

Where can I buy 7.62×39 ammo?

Due to the popularity of the AK-47 rifle and its variants, the 7.62×39 round is one of the most common rifle rounds in the world. While it is not as popular in the United States as it is in other areas, it’s still a very common round. It can be found in most places you purchase ammunition, especially at online retailers like Ammunition Depot.

What shoots 7.62x39mm ammo?

Numerous firearms fire the 7.62×39 rifle round – the most famous being the AK-47 and its offspring. There are plenty of non-Soviet firearms that are chambered in this round, though, as its popularity throughout the world has led manufacturers to embrace it. Its similarity to the .308 also makes it a popular choice for hunting.

How much is 7.62×39 ammo?

Prices for this round can fluctuate based on the level of demand experienced at the time you’re buying. In general, the price per round is near – but slightly lower than – the cost for a 5.56 round. However, prices for 7.62×39 ammo are not as volatile as they can be for other rounds due to its worldwide popularity. Costs tend to start around $0.30 per round depending on supply.

Is 7.62×39 a good round?

The 7.62×39 ammo ban cartridge has been among the world’s most popular rifle calibers since its development in the late 1940s. While it is not often the first choice for long-range precision, the 123-grain projectile and perceived superior performance in medium game has made it popular among hunters and sport shooters alike.
Brass casings for this caliber are rare, which makes it relatively expensive for reloading, but its wide availability and low price point per round help keep it popular for many people. Local laws and hunting regulations aside, the 7.62x39mm round is generally capable of doing anything a 30-30 rifle round does, while firing from a relatively popular AK frame rifle or carbine.

What is the range of a 7.62x39mm bullet?

Because the 7.62×39 is such a popular round worldwide, manufacturing standards vary. There are some well-made rounds from Eastern Europe and former Soviet bloc countries. Russian ammunition is going to likely be steel cased, which some people do not prefer. To be safe when buying this ammo, it’s a good idea to stick with the same quality manufacturers you find for the popular American calibers when possible.

Can you still get 7.62 x39 ammo?

Up to 1000 rounds (50boxes) of 7.62×39 ammo can comfortably fit into a steel ammo can made to hold 30cal. These cans most often run to 11 inches long x 3.5 inches wide x 7.5 inches deep. Empty, they weigh around 4.5 pounds if made of steel. Most 30cal ammo boxes lock close and have a small handle on top for easy carrying.

Where can you buy bulk 7.62×39 ammo?

Although you won’t find as much variety buying this ammo as you might find when buying something like 5.56 or 9mm, it’s still one of the most popular calibers in the world. It’s also gaining popularity in the U.S., so it’s increasingly common wherever ammunition is sold. However, bulk exotic 7.62×39 ammo ammo purchases are often best accomplished online at web stores like Ammunition Depot, as online venders are able to stock a greater inventory of ammo.

Does Kentuckyglockstore have 7.62×39 ammo in stock?

Guns Valley has the 7.62×39 ammunition you are looking for in-stock and ready to be shipped out. Find 7.62×39 FMJ, 7.62×39 HP online here, available in boxes, cases, and more.

History

7.62x39 ammo

Steel-cased 7.62×39mm FMJ cartridge.

7.62x39 ammo

Fourth from left, shown 7.62×39 ammo alongside other cartridges

Variants

M43

From left to right: 7.62×54mmR, 7.62×39mm and 7.62×25mm Tokarev.

american made 7.62×39 ammo  wound on a soldier from the Vietnam War.

The original Soviet M43 bullets are 123 grain boat-tail bullets with a copper-plated steel jacket, a large steel core, and some lead between the core and the jacket. The cartridge itself consisted of a Berdan-primed, highly tapered (usually steel) case which seats the bullet and contains the powder charge. The taper makes it very easy to feed and extract the round, since there is little contact with the chamber walls until the round is fully seated.

This taper is what causes the AK-47 to have distinctively curved magazines (helping to distinguish AK-47s from AK-74s, which feed from a much straighter magazine). While the bullet design has gone through a few redesigns, the cartridge itself remains largely unchanged. The ballistic coefficient (G7 BC) of the M1943 pattern full metal jacket boat bullet is 0.138.

The complete solidity of the M43 projectile causes its only drawback—it is very stable, even while traversing tissue. It begins to yaw only after traversing nearly 26 cm (10 in) of tissue. This greatly reduces the potential wounding effectiveness of the projectile against humans.

M67

In the 1960s Yugoslavia experimented with new bullet designs to produce a round with a superior wounding profile, speed, and accuracy to the M43. The M67 projectile is shorter and flatter-based than the M43. This is mainly due to the deletion of the mild steel insert. This has the side effect of shifting the center of gravity rearward in comparison to the M43. This allows the projectile to destabilize nearly 17 cm (6.7 in) earlier in tissue.This causes a pair of large stretch cavities at a depth likely to cause effective wound trauma.

When the temporary stretch cavity intersects with the skin at the exit area, a larger exit wound will result, which takes longer to heal. Additionally, when the stretch cavity intersects a stiff organ like the liver, it will cause damage to that organ. However, the wounding potential of M67 is mostly limited to the small permanent wound channel the bullet itself makes, especially when the bullet yaws (tumbles).[11]

Commercial ammunition

Commercial Russian-made 7.62×39 ammo, such as those sold under the Wolf Ammunition brand name, are also available in full metal jacket (FMJ), soft-point (SP) and hollow-point (HP) variety The SP bullets offer improved expansion. Commercial ammunition differs from most military ammunition in regards to bullet composition, specifically heavy use of lead instead of soft steel or tool steel.

Type 56: Chinese Mild Steel Core

Chinese (Type 56) military ammunition (developed in 1956) is a M43 style cartridge with a mild steel core (MSC) and a thin copper or brass jacket. In 1956, the Chinese developed their own 7.62x39mm assault rifle, also designated Type 56.

It is a variant of the Soviet-designed AK-47 (specifically Type 3 and AKM) assault rifles. Production started in 1956 at State Factory 66 but was eventually handed over to Norinco, who continues to manufacture the rifle primarily for export.

Norinco developed and produced 7.62×39 ammo academy ammunition for the Type 56 rifle. The Chinese ammunition (as well as all other M43 ammunition) is currently banned from importation in the United States because U.S. federal law classifies the round as an armor-piercing handgun round. This classification is based on materials and bullet design rather than on empirical ability to penetrate armor

 

22 reviews for BEST 1000 Rounds of 7.62×39 Ammo by Wolf – 122gr FMJ

  1. christopher

    Was worried about other reviews, but my ammo came on time and cheaper than anywhere else, locally or online. Will do business again!

  2. may bal

    Nice price without ordering bulk quantities

  3. wyne jack

    I receive the wrong ammunition instead I receive 10 gauge shells when I had order 7.62×39 so I had to wait longer for fed ex to pick up my return and now have to wait even longer for me to get my order I am disappointed with sportsmans response I would of though they would overnight my order or offer me something for the inconvenience but instead I have to wait almost 3 weeks to receive my order

  4. joe hatcher

    Subsequent to shooting a few hundred rounds figured it I was unable to request more. A few others have shot it and are shocked at how well it feels and shoots. I generally disapproved of production line reloads, after that not one issue. Indeed, even steel ammo runs perfectly.

  5. grenville dorge

    Was worried about other reviews, but my ammo came on time and cheaper than anywhere else, locally or online. Will do business again!

  6. paul ray

    Sweet, good price for this ammo. I shoot a lot of it and haven’t had any issues.

  7. nicole

    Pleased to find pleased with the quick delivery and pleased with the quality and quantity of product thank you

  8. hans napler

    Great product arrived on time and great payment options. Del

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  10. ananymous

    Wolf ammo is very good quality, a little dirty but always goes bang!

  11. ananymous

    HerePlease enter your comments about this product here…Wolf ammo rocks! Always goes BANG when I I’ll the trigger and always hits the target! SGs prices are the best anywhere! Shipping is so fast as soon as I press send I can hear the Fedex truck in the driveway! SG is my “candy store”! Thanks! I’ll be back!

  12. ananymous

    Non-Corrosive And Very Well Packaged

  13. ananymous

    This ammo was packed better than the last batch I ordered from SG. This one had all boxes intact, no loose rounds, no problems.

  14. ananymous

    best deal anywhere on this ammo.

  15. ananymous

    Great ammo great price

  16. clientservice

    great for hog shoots annd target practice.

  17. clientservice

    Shoots great and a great price! I have bought several hundred rounds and have no problems.

  18. clientservice

    KILLS DEER GOOD. DROPS THEM RIGHT WHERE YOU SHOOT THEM. YOU CAN HIT THEM IN THE GUT RUNNING AND THEY GO DOWN INSTANTLY. SELDOM JAMS I AN SKS. YOU WILL BE PLEASED WHEN YOU SHOOT THESE!

  19. russel k

    These bullets are just what my SKS loves to eat! Shipping was fast
    Had my purchase in just a few days

  20. ralph N

    All good

  21. Lee B

    Great price and fast shipment

  22. Lee B

    Reliable ammo for your AK at a great, affordable price.

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