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Brass cased 7.62x39

Discussion in 'The Kalashnikov Klub' started by 98_1LE, Mar 8, 2010.

  1. 98_1LE

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  2. JGguns

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    How much do they charge to ship?
     

  3. 98_1LE

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    A lot. $249.95 became $292.50 :wow:

    It is the wooden crate, and it weighs 62 pounds, but wow.

    .23 cents per round.
     
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    I got a case of that shipped in 2 days for $245 6 months ago.
     
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    Centerfire systems has that ammo, and they ship for $15.00 to my address for 1260 rds of brass Yugo ammo. Check them out for your address. You can find out without fully processing an order. BTW $249.99 for 1260 rds.
     
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    I was just looking at this. Is this ammo good? Main question I ask is will it last. This is what is stated:

    MANUFACTURED IN THE FAMOUS PRVI PARTIZAN FACTORY IN YUGOSLAVIA THIS IS SOME OF THE FINEST , MOST ACCURATE , 7.62 X 39 AMMO EVER PRODUCED. MID TO LATE 1970'S PRODUCTION, BRASS CASED SO IT IS EASY ON YOUR CHAMBER AND BOLT HEAD, BERDAN PRIMED, MILDLY CORROSIVE DUE TO THE MERCURIC PRIMERS BUT THIS ALSO PROVIDES TREMENDOUS SHELF LIFE AND SURE FIRE RELIABILITY. 123 GRAIN LEAD CORE BULLET. AS YOU CAN SEE FROM THE PHOTO'S ABOVE THIS IS SOME BEAUTIFUL AMMO. COMES PACKAGED 15 ROUNDS PER BOX, WITH 1260 ROUNDS IN A CASE. CASES WEIGH 62 LBS. FULL CASES SHIP IN A ZINC LINED HERMETICALLY SEALED WOODEN CASE. ALTHOUGH THIS CASE LINER IS SEALED AND WATER TIGHT IT HAS A RIP CORD OPENER THAT ALLOWS FOR EASY OPENING IN SECONDS. THIS FANTASTIC AMMO WILL NOT LAST LONG... GET YOURS TODAY

    I was looking for something to store away for a rainy day. Could be years from now before I shoot this. Will it last. Seems it would last better than just boxes sitting in the open. Am I right?
     
  8. toshbar

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    I bought a case and opened it but have yet to shoot any of it.

    [​IMG]
     
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  9. rhino673

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    I ordered some too. It's a little corosive bu no biggie. Shoots great!
     
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    You guys think this stuff is much better than brown bear? The brown bear is alittle cheaper.....
     
  11. RWBlue

    RWBlue Mr. CISSP, CISA CLM

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    I have some Yugo, I picked up many years back.
    I would go with the non-corrosive whatever.

    I didn't find the Yugo to be more accurate than wolf.
    I think that properly stored ammo will last longer than I will.
     
  12. ForumDude

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    Is this ammo re-loadable?