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7.62X39- 123 FP
  Quantity of 500
  Diameter: 0.312

  UPC: 819304313422


7.62X39- 123 FP
 
7.62X39- 123 FP
Quantity of 500
Diameter: 0.312

UPC: 819304313422

Price:$49.00


Quantity in Stock:317
Product Code: XC762X39-123FP-B0500
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Description
 
X-Treme Bullets are proudly made out of the finest materials available in the United States in order to ensure performance delivered down range with each and every shot.  Our process starts with a lead billet that is extruded into wire. The lead wire is then swaged into a core. The cores are copper plated, then restruck once more. Though not common in the industry, this restrike process produces a bullet that is more uniform, with a more precise diameter and a smoother finish for a better shooting and better looking bullet.

Average Rating: 3.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 14 Write a review »

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
 
Perfect for my Saiga June 1, 2018
Reviewer: Anthony Cerone from San Diego, CA United States  
16.6 grains IMR 4227, CCI34 primers, and 2.030-2.035 COL= awesome round! My Saiga loves them. No misfires or stove pipes! Outstanding economy range round.

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  4 of 4 people found the following review helpful:
 
Work well in .303 British, 7.62x39, and 7.65 Arg April 21, 2018
Reviewer: Mike T. from Massachusetts  
Took a chance and ordered some for my Enfield No5 Jungle Carbine (1945), even though the diameter is a bit small for some .303s.  Very nice reduced power loads over 11-13 gr of Unique, Herco, and Universal.  Accuracy is better than the rifle's peep sights or my eyesight.  Feeding is not as smooth as the long spitzer bullets the gun was designed for, so no "Mad Minute" with these, but seat them as far out as possible, crimp lightly, and they will feed nicely.  The batch I got measure 0.3135.
Update 6.11.17: still working great in .303, so I decided to try these in my Chinese SKS.  They work great over 16.0 gr 2400 in Remington brass with SRP.  This load runs around 1900 fps and cycles my gun reliably, but less vigorously than factory loads.  Accuracy is excellent at 100m, at least as good as factory steel case ammo.  Any less powder will not cycle the action reliably, and I'm told this won't cycle an AK at all.
Update 4.21.18: working nicely for me in 7.65 Argentine over 11 gr Unique

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7.62x39-123FP out of AK47! March 4, 2018
Reviewer: AP from Forest Lake, IL United States  
Garbage!! Not to be used in AK47 unless you are ready to modify how rounds are feeding from magazine - as one of the reviewer mentioned about giving his AK "a Dremel" treatment.  I'm not ready for such with my SAIGA and VEPR.  Bullets are too short, and have to be loaded at 2.10" at best, or shorter for sure crimping.

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Not bad, but improvements could be made January 29, 2018
Reviewer: Jeremy Jones from IN United States  
I ran these through my AK and SKS with some success. They are pretty accurate to a point. Anything around 1800fps worked well and cycled the guns with decent accuracy (2.5" groups) with both guns, but I had to attack my AK with a dremel to create a feed ramp (WASR10). The SKS (Tula Arsenal) had no such trouble. I am going to attempt to get these to work in 300 BO as well and will report back.

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  8 of 8 people found the following review helpful:
 
Short... Very short bullet! July 28, 2017
Reviewer: Michael Beal from Salem, IL United States  
Ordered 500 of these to test out in my 7.62x39 AR. Received them yesterday and they look great. OAL and weight is consistent bullet to bullet, seem to cycle well, but...

These things are SHORT. Really short for caliber. One reviewer stated he was seating to 2.200". I have no clue how! Seat depth per the Western Powders manual is 2.100" and that's not enough to get to the case shoulder with this bullet. There is no way to maintain accuracy below 5MOA at 100m with these bullets seated any longer than 2.100". Why, then, are these bullets so short? Changing up the alloy to make a longer bullet of equal weight would help.

I see others having feeding issues with these loads, mainly because of the bullet slamming into the AK / SKS feed ramp. Narrowing the meplat and extending the nose would help not only correct the feeding issues but would also give a longer profile improving the seating depth issue and increase maximum usable velocity while still reducing barrel fouling.



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