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|Bullet Weight||152 Grain|
|Bullet Type||Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)|
|Muzzle Velocity (fps)||2754|
|Muzzle Energy (ft lbs)||2596|
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I believe that the previous reviewers have partially missed the point of this ammunition. It was designed for accuracy AND Terminal Ballistics, which are extremely devastating to a living target, such as a deer. 7N1 is the only military-issue. ammunition/projectile which, in my 56 years of shooting AND hunting experience, consistently betters most modern soft-point &/or polymer-tipped ammunition, at ~60 to ~400 yards, regarding terminal effect.
Accuracy: (7N1 from Factory 188, Novosibirsk) In my PSL-54 C it consistently delivers 1.15 to 1.8 ma out to 300 yards.
In my Finn M28-30 it runs ~.8 to 1.1 moa very consistently. In my Finn M39 it does ~1.3 to 1.68. My Finn M91 (Tikka bbl.) only gets ~1.7. It is always as good or better than the next-best military-issue ammunition, Czech SilverTip (S&B). It shoots only slightly more accurately than the Czech ammunition in my Russian/Soviet M91, M91-30s and M44s.
Please remember, however, that the design criteria insisted on extremely effective terminal ballistics. (And, yes, I am fully aware that the Soviets, and to a lesser degree, the Germans, did use actual. explosive rifle-caliber ammunition on the Eastern Front.)
WARNING!! Not For Most Mosins!
If you have a M-38 or PU Sniper, this is the ammo for you. If you have a Dragunov, PSL, or VEPR, look no further.
For your run of the mill 91/30, get the cheap stuff, performance is not going to be significantly better. It took me 260 rounds to convince myself the rifle is just not up to the job.
In my friend's 1928 hex Finn refurb it gave both he and I 1 1/4" inch groups at 100 yards. It did 3/4" groups on average with a PU Sniper at the same distance, in my VEPR with optics will do 2 3/8" at 300 yards at best and averaged 4 1/4" at 300 yards with 200 shots, including flyers.
LG's the ticket for customer satisfaction.
I like the way they listen to their customers by putting them first.
Unfortunately, 7n1 is hard to get at a good price. If you want some for
a little less than market price buy it here. I don't consider it target ammo though. 7n1 is unique and always will be. I bought some loose packs just to try some out a while back from someone. It is what it is and it does what it's supposed to do. Otherwise, my purchase here was merely one to have an unopened can just to have. But if some likes to plink away until it's all gone, guess it's up to them.
My PSL loves this
Great ammo... great accuracy, clean shooting. i know that every rifle is different, but my PSL loves this stuff. just upgraded to a 8x42 posp.. 5 shot group 3/4 moa minus one flyer.my fault. 1 1/4 with the flyer. 2 or 3 moa with surplus and wolf gold. it really depends on your rifle.... for mine, its a keeper. ordered another 440...
Tried the 7N1 in my TGI PSL. I'll have to say I was surprised by the accuracy of this ammunition and the PSL. My first experience with a Com Bloc M/O weapon. Have been shooting the silver tip (approx. 400 rds) with fairly good results with an average of 3 MOA (not factoring in flyers at 1 to 2 per magazine). The 7N1 was consistent at 1.5 MOA off a bipod and 10x glass. No failures to feed, extract, etc., issues that I infrequently had with silver tip. Not on par with US SWS's and ammo, but the PSL, scope and ammo is a fraction of the cost and I did not expect it to be.
Overall a consistently accurate round and a good value. Shipping was FAST. I'll be ordering more.
Will shoot about 1 to 1.5 moa out of mosin sniper with PU scope. Better than LPS silver tip. Worth the money? A little pricey compared to a few years ago, but hey everything from that part of the world is going up due to recent import restrictions and war in Ukraine. Don't think you will do much better for accuracy, unles you get match ammo, but price will be comparable or slightly more.
Shipping was fast. Would order from here again.
You're reviewing: 7.62x54r - 152 gr FMJ - "7N1" Sniper - Russian Surplus - 440 Rounds
Posted On: 5/1/2020 By: Ivan Caulier
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