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7.62x54r - 152 gr FMJ - "7N1" Sniper - Russian Surplus - 440 Rounds

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51 Premium 7.62x54r 7N1 Russian Surplus Ammo in Spam Cans For Sale - 152 gr FMJ Ammunition In Stock - 440 Rounds are in stock

Regular Price: $330.00

Special Price: $299.00

68.0ยข per round


Quick Overview

Quantity - 440 Rounds Per Spam Can
Manufacturer - Russian Military Surplus
Bullets - 152 grain full metal jacket 7N1 (FMJ)
Casings - Berdan-Primed Steel
Can openers are NOT included
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This hard to find Russian surplus 7N1 7.62x54r ammo is designed for Russian snipers and is world-renowned for its premium accuracy. This surplus ammunition was manufactured in 1997 and is quite new by surplus standards.

This ammo comes sealed in a 440 round spam can to keep it dry to ensure that this ammo stands the test of time. This ammo is a perfect fit for your Dragunov or Tiger to deliver pinpoint accuracy.

Note, this ammo is corrosive but a thorough cleaning afterwards will keep your rifle functioning for a long time. Additionally, this ammo is considered magnetic so check your range rules prior to purchasing.

Note: Spam can openers are not included with this product.

Additional Information

Manufacturer Russian Surplus
Condition New
Bullet Weight 152 Grain
Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)
Use Type Range Training, Match Shooting
Ammo Casing Steel
Quantity 440
Ammo Caliber 7.62x54r
Primer Type Berdan
Muzzle Velocity (fps) 2754
Muzzle Energy (ft lbs) 2596


Seth Nelson ( Fri, 22 Feb 2013 17:11:54 +0000 ) : Velocity at Barrel of 91/30=2754fps. Energy=2596 ft/lbs
Antoinette Nelson ( Fri, 22 Feb 2013 18:11:05 +0000 ) : Shouldn't you be training :-)
Joey Bryant ( Sat, 23 Feb 2013 17:34:36 +0000 ) : Holy price gouge batman.
Joey Bryant ( Sat, 23 Feb 2013 17:35:39 +0000 ) : Good thing I ordered 880 rds for $170
Tom Buckley ( Mon, 25 Feb 2013 00:31:21 +0000 ) : This is a price gouging site. Go to ammoseek.com you can find this ammo in stock for $80.00 a can.
Jake Nungester ( Mon, 25 Feb 2013 00:58:52 +0000 ) : Sportsmanguide same ammo 89.99
Seth Nelson ( Mon, 25 Feb 2013 06:33:32 +0000 ) : Its not the same ammo. Same Caliber, different date etc. Do agree though, its a steep price to pay.
John Hanley ( Mon, 25 Feb 2013 08:42:17 +0000 ) : crazy high price, definitely go elsewhere!
Conan Straight ( Thu, 28 Feb 2013 02:36:34 +0000 ) : How much for the spam can and did you get it from Durhams
Conan Straight ( Thu, 28 Feb 2013 02:42:41 +0000 ) : Dunhams has 3 cans $89 a can
Dianne Taylor ( Fri, 08 Mar 2013 21:43:05 +0000 ) : no
Randy Clay ( Thu, 14 Mar 2013 09:35:45 +0000 ) : J&G has 7.62x54r in 440 cans $85.00.
Chenfei Liu ( Sat, 16 Mar 2013 03:26:43 +0000 ) : Do you believe it's worth the extra price?
Seth Nelson ( Tue, 02 Apr 2013 01:41:54 +0000 ) : Educate yourselves: http://7.62x54r.net/MosinID/MosinAmmo.htm I would pay 50 cents per round if I was using a different rifle. My mosin nagant has about 4 MOA accuracy. Not worth spending money on better ammo.
Stephen Armstrong ( Fri, 05 Apr 2013 12:28:32 +0000 ) : yes
Joe Deats ( Sun, 14 Apr 2013 04:47:02 +0000 ) : Good ammo, ridiculous price. Might as well buy really good match grade Hornady ammo at that price.
Joshua Barnhart ( Sat, 20 Apr 2013 17:39:35 +0000 ) : This ammunition can't be worth the price. I buy 440 rounds for 84 dollars on other sites. With that ammo I consistently make 600 yard shots.
Bruce Robinson ( Sun, 28 Apr 2013 03:29:36 +0000 ) : Berdan primed...steel cased... someone's been sniffing too much cosmoline. Ludicrous...
Andrew James ( Wed, 01 May 2013 16:39:13 +0000 ) : Not worth it your not going to get much out of the mosin any way but these rounds aren't even BT and from my experience that's the cheapest way to get more accuracy out of the mosin. Buy a Remington 700 bolt gun cheap and sub MOA capable.
Don Janes ( Sun, 12 May 2013 07:01:53 +0000 ) : WOW. $1.20/round for surpus. What a Bargain.
Jacob M Chavez ( Thu, 16 May 2013 23:50:16 +0000 ) : I threw up when I saw the price.
Pat Pelletier ( Thu, 13 Jun 2013 13:33:35 +0000 ) : 400$ too expencive,,, only 260$ for two 440 round spam cans taxes and delivery included at http://www.theammosource.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=1_10&products_id=15.
Jo Ortillo ( Sun, 30 Jun 2013 05:38:47 +0000 ) : This ammo is not made for non telescopic sighted bolt action rifles. Made for the SVT 40 the PSL Romak and the SVD Dragonuv, and for 91/30 Mosin nagants with factory/arseenal installed Iron sights. Do not expect it be 1moa or sub moa accurate with the "regular/average" shooters out there, with "open" iron sights and no peep hole..., only paid proffesionals or individuals that spend $4k on a class can really put in their two cents.
Amanda Hruska Buffington ( Sat, 13 Jul 2013 01:46:24 +0000 ) : Just a head's up, you can buy a 440 round spam can of 7.62x54r ammo on aimsurplus.com for $89, so if you buy one for $530, you're seriously getting ripped off.
Erik T Perbeck ( Sat, 24 Aug 2013 10:45:41 +0000 ) : LOL Best I seen all week. Man, the rest of my day is going to be just fine after getting a laugh like this at 6am. LMAO Sellier and Bellot is cheaper and much better. Not even corrosive either.
Rodney Langley ( Sat, 24 Aug 2013 13:56:04 +0000 ) : Anybody that would pay this for some cheap ass, corrosive ammo is retarded. This shit is no better than the surplus cans you can find for $89 elsewhere.
David Red Eagle ( Sat, 24 Aug 2013 19:00:24 +0000 ) : This ammo wasn't designed for mosins, its newer and is meant for the SVD before it was replaced by the 7N14. You could use it in a mosin sniper but why.
David Red Eagle ( Sat, 24 Aug 2013 19:05:30 +0000 ) : This is not cheap ammo, it was designed for use in the SVD and other sniper rifles. It is manufactured to very high standards and the bullet design is much different than the 100$ spam cans for mosins. IF you have a SVD or other similar purpose built rifle. You will see amazing results with ammo designed for that specific rifle.
David Red Eagle ( Sat, 24 Aug 2013 19:08:27 +0000 ) : Sellier and Bellot is great stuff. This ammunition was designed specifically for use in the SVD semi-auto sniper rifle but should perform well in any type of rifle chambered for 7.62x54r due to the close tolerances and high quality control exercised during it's manufacture. It will most likely out perform S & B when used in the rifle it was designed for.
Jeremy Armour ( Tue, 26 Nov 2013 04:38:16 +0000 ) : "only paid proffesionals or individuals that spend $4k on a class can really put in their two cents." That's one of the most ridiculous statements I've ever heard or read! There are thousands of shooters out there who are neither 'paid professionals' nor have spent '$4k on a class' but are more than capable of wringing as much accuracy as is available from any rifle they are shooting!
Jeremy Armour ( Tue, 26 Nov 2013 04:48:29 +0000 ) : David Red Eagle M91-30 Snipers were among the most accurate sniper rifles of WW2, often beating both the K98 Mauser & the No.4T and sometimes even the Springfield 1903-A4. When the bore diameter of the rifle actually slugs out at .310-.312 (some don't), and it's in good shape, this ammo will usually shoot very well from a Mosin sniper rifle. It also shoots extremely well from my Romanian PSL, usually going under 1 MOA for a 3-shot group. (If not for the 4x PSO scope it would likely do even better.) Still, this is a rather steep price. I picked up a spam can for $375 at a local gun show last week.
Michel Marchmonte ( Fri, 03 Jan 2014 19:14:01 +0000 ) : not worth this (gouged) price when you can pick up some PPU 182gr or PPU match for less than $1/round and keep the case for reloading
Kevin H. Fetty ( Wed, 22 Jan 2014 21:04:39 +0000 ) : What ?? What planet did you hatch on? $4k for a class. What class would that be?
Jo Ortillo ( Wed, 22 Jan 2014 21:22:34 +0000 ) : Jeremy Armour. My view is that I would Listen to avid shooters who do or do not own a psl, svt 40, or svd tigr. And who shoot on a regular basis. But they would not hold much ground with me, I would take their experience into considerations. Their own opinions would not even be taken too seriously. But a individual who paid to go take the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd dmr classes and shoot 1000 rds per class while using this ammunition that cost $550 per 440 rds. and has the notes from taking that class. I would give more stock to that individual almost as i would to the manufactureres and testers in russia or romania. Who have actually extensively shot the rifle systems with telescopic sights that specifically used these rounds.
Jo Ortillo ( Wed, 22 Jan 2014 21:30:37 +0000 ) : Kevin H. Fetty dmr classes range from $560-$700 even $1000. I speak for options availbe in Texas. And that doesn't include the 2000-3000 rds of ammo to do the total 3 DMR classes im looking at. I'm not naming anything as to not advertise. But im not ttalking about chl classes. Im talking about class offered to civilians that are usually tailored to security contractors. You can spend a minimum of $1500 to do all three classes wheen purchased together but if you have a 7.62x54r rifle and you buy 2000-3000 rds of this ammo you will spend more than $2400 for +2000rds of this 7n1 ammo. and of course an individual who takes the class or classes with this ammo can give more perspective than anyone about shooting +1000 rds of it.
Matthew Moniz ( Thu, 30 Jan 2014 20:19:55 +0000 ) : As a PSL owner that you can clearly see, I would be interested in giving it a try, but the price does seem a bit high. I use bulk steel core at the moment, and basically armored up my bedroom door with the lids, so I've got more than pleanty of practice without spending $4K on classes. (over ~6000 rounds worth, so I know "damn well" how the rifle works) My concern is how much of a differance does it really make, over distance and conditions? (dry vs wet, windy and calm, hot vs cold, ect.) How bad does the drop go over distance, what is the drift? You know,.... useful info. I would buy it if there was some "proven" advantage and stuff it in the "Zombie Apocalypse" box incase I needed it, but not to just go "put holes in paper".
Vinny Sheehan ( Wed, 23 Apr 2014 00:59:31 +0000 ) : That's WAY up in price since last order. 7.62x54r is old surplus, not a big call why a Hugh jump In price for "forgotten ammo"
Vinny Sheehan ( Wed, 23 Apr 2014 01:02:23 +0000 ) : I got the M91/30, but those prices wow. I bought ton awhile back For 1/2 that
Brandon Christiansen ( Wed, 23 Apr 2014 01:17:21 +0000 ) : That's because this is the 7N1 sniper ammo. This isn't the normal silver tip stuff.
Vinny Sheehan ( Wed, 23 Apr 2014 02:50:16 +0000 ) : I used 20 rounds 5 @ 300 yards 4.5" spread 20 @ 500. 8"". Spread, 30 @ 600 with scope adjusted tight 4.9" spread 2 DC hit. 30 @ 1000 yards ". ". 7" spread 1 DC That's good shooting for 91-30 with sniper rounds and 4x10 scope.
Pete Argabright ( Sat, 26 Apr 2014 00:53:43 +0000 ) : Jo Ortillo Your argument was made invalid when you claimed the SVT 40 was on par with something like a Dragunov or PSL
Monte Ealy ( Sun, 27 Apr 2014 04:20:06 +0000 ) : $260 per tin isn't bad for this ammo. What you have above is match-grade ammo designed for the SVD, not your standard mil-surp comm-bloc light ball meant to be fed through a PKM. A couple of years ago 7N1 could only be found on auction sites for $1/round, $20/bundle, and upwards of $400 per tin. Back when it was first imported, you could get a case for less than what they're asking, but that was back in 2005.
Phillip Holland ( Mon, 28 Apr 2014 06:16:24 +0000 ) : Jo Ortillo Here's the thing all, this is surplus ammo and Channepckne translates to Sniper in English. The Russian snipers would use this ammo out of the armory. They certainly stake their lives on it.
Cletus Quick Draw Derringer ( Fri, 02 May 2014 19:47:46 +0000 ) : Worth it at 260.00 at tin. Where is anyone finding sniper grade ammo for the mosin at this price? I see milsurp stuff going for this price easily. No commercial matches it for the money unless you go to Norma or Lapua. Not to mention this has the "knocker" core which is devastating.
Pavel Bonev ( Tue, 06 May 2014 18:53:48 +0000 ) : I have tested those with my Mossin 91/30 and I can tell you that it makes significant difference in accuracy. Best results previously I had with Czech silver tip. 7N1 however outperform them significantly. And this is the best price I've seen in the last 2 years.
Ethan Leas ( Fri, 09 May 2014 13:34:25 +0000 ) : While this ammo will work well in the mosin, the additional performance imho is wasted. A mosin will "tend" to prefer the heavier grain bullets over the lighter ones somewhere in the 174 to 203 range. This ammo was designed for use in SVD's, but also provides massive improvements over traditional light ball rounds in the Tiger and Romanian PSL.
Ethan Leas ( Fri, 09 May 2014 13:37:41 +0000 ) : This is hardly "old surplus" this stuff was made in 1997 but had been service for years before. This ammo was designed for use in SVD's, but also provides massive improvements over traditional light ball rounds in the Tiger and Romanian PSL. It is also the closest thing there is right now in surplus that could be considered match grade.
Vinny Sheehan ( Fri, 09 May 2014 16:04:12 +0000 ) : My 91/30 is dated 7/42 Made in Russia, has 4x10 scope. I got 500 rounds of 7n1 rounds. I'll shoot less for now. I bought 3 spam cans at $185.00 each in Oct-2011, they are all silver tip 204 grain. Rifle is bored right at 310, " Brand New" in 1942, origional box with manual, clip pouches, sling. Iron and 4x10 scope. Bought gun for $130.00. Best investment in years. Been offered $500 for gun, and $1250 for everything. I think I'll keep it. 10/10 on grade, never shot until 2/14, by me. 1st rnd was with iron sights at 200 yds .80" off center.
David Frickanisce ( Mon, 19 May 2014 00:04:37 +0000 ) : All of you need an update, the value of this ammunition is in the construction of the projectile, one guy mentioned that it had a knocker, correct, its designed to destablilize quickly and tumble multiple times inside the body unlike normal 54R. If the Russians had their way, they would have bought this back from the importer of the lot that came in circa 2005, I know because I know him, and he told me that they tried to buy it back. Once they went to the 7n14, which, was designed to penetrate hard body armor, they found that the 7n14 did not have the same terminal effect on unarmored subjects, IE, our 62 grained penetrator tipped 5.56. They both punch holes and exit without tumbling. Seeing that this is no longer made, they wanted it back for their own use, but, would not pay the asking price the importer asked, hence, it sold here. This was designed for the SVD, not the WW2 Tokarev semi, as the 4K idiot seems to think, and while improved accuracy was a bonus, it was not the sole intent of the Soviets in creating this ammo, it was to make their designated long range riflemen, more effective, remember the Sovs put a long range rifle guy in each squad, along with PKMs, to help the entire plattoons fire power out. The SVD guys sat back a distance, and took out peripheral targets, while the PKMS had been set up to fire high volumes at pinch points, while the standard riflemen worked on the enemy up close. Their doctrine did not emphasize lone snipers as you see in the hollywood movies, as the days of fighing house to house in the city are pretty much over except for a few scenarios. Remember, this doctrine was for a large, fast battle, on a european battlefield, with lots of tanks, and they wanted squads of riflemen reinforced to be fast, accurate, and overwhelning against infantry. And if you study the history of their war in Afghanistan, its interesting to see how well their tactices worked, and didn't, there. And thousand meter shots, were never the intent of the SVD or this ammo, while I am sure they were made, they worked around a 500 meter kill zone, the longest practical range a squad of riflemen, could actually hope to utilize.
Sam Cullis ( Mon, 19 May 2014 01:36:42 +0000 ) : I've pulled it, it is boat tail
Jason Brent Fedeli ( Wed, 28 May 2014 07:45:18 +0000 ) : That was great info, thanks a lot!!
David Frickanisce ( Wed, 28 May 2014 20:21:28 +0000 ) : Jason Brent Fedeli thank you.
Christopher Altieri ( Mon, 09 Jun 2014 16:11:58 +0000 ) : Is this ammo steel core like the regular stuff?
Kirk Womack ( Tue, 10 Jun 2014 03:04:13 +0000 ) : Christopher Altieri Copper-Washed Steel Case & Jacket, mild steel and lead core.
Cletus Quick Draw Derringer ( Tue, 10 Jun 2014 16:01:08 +0000 ) : I found its much better than even heavy ball like Brown Bear in my Mosin rifles. Each rifle is different though...experiment with different ammo. Also works excellent in VEPR 54's
Joel Devon Bishop ( Sun, 03 Aug 2014 22:39:06 +0000 ) : I "was" going to buy this ammo $260, but at $530 a can I'd rather spend my money on more accurate and reloadable 150 grain PPU soft points for my 23" VEPR. While the bullet itself is amazing its not legal to hunt with around where I live and is only useful for punching through hardened steel. Great SHTF ammo but other than that and sorry guys other than that ant the militarily historic value this ammo isn't worth shooting up at this price anymore.....
Robert Kelley ( Sun, 03 Aug 2014 22:51:12 +0000 ) : Fucking shit. Way to raise the price. Was going to buy some in 2 weeks but not at this price LOL
Gyneral Lee Speaking ( Fri, 15 Aug 2014 04:58:16 +0000 ) : What a rip off. The oil company's have screwed us enough, now the ammo suppliers are, shameful. I was going to buy 2 cans when it was 260 a case but not now.
Reno Buchstaber ( Tue, 14 Oct 2014 01:47:50 +0000 ) : Wow! Prices have been all over the place! Bought 1 @ $260 was going to buy two more @ that price (will if it goes there again), but went up again :(
Nicholas Neuway ( Tue, 21 Oct 2014 17:46:45 +0000 ) : I see a lot of people on here thinking that using it in a Mosin Nagant is a waste. I think some of you need to get a front sight tool and fix your sights. I have a few Mosin's. 1 Chinese M53, 1 Hex 1934, 1 Round Receiver dated 1939 and 1 Mosin Sniper dated 1933. I primarily use my Mosin Sniper, yes the price was expensive but I was willing to risk it and see how it preformed. It easily beat any PPU, Winchester, and other boxed ammo. I think most people without military expirence probably do not know how to zero a weapon properly. On a side note, in Oklahoma I was in a gun shop buying a Nazi Luger dated 1938 and this other guy next to me asks the person behind the counter "How exactly do you zero in this pistol?", I just laughed about it. If you do not know, you sight in a rifle, not a pistol. It's not the gun, it's the operator. They do sell the front sight tools on Amazon though.
Marcus Sullivan ( Mon, 08 Dec 2014 16:02:09 +0000 ) : Hmm not sure if you are serious?? You can zero and sight in pistols. You sight them in for the point of impact that you want, range plays a big role in this as well. If you are like most who just goes to the range from time to time and shoots at a 3 yard target then 99% of the time you probably don't need to do anything but if you want to shoot farther say 10-15 yards or more you will need to sight it in. I suggest you sight it in off-hand as well without support. Also I think the comments about "waste" for the mosins is the cost. The performance difference between 7N1 and regular surplus isn't significant enough to justify the cost. By performance I mean, I can still get a 1-2 MOA group at 100m with standard surplus..

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