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|Manufacturer||Sellier & Bellot|
|Bullet Weight||180 Grain|
|Bullet Type||Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)|
|Muzzle Velocity (fps)||2579|
|Muzzle Energy (ft lbs)||2659|
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I bought some of this for my M38 Mosin Nagant Carbine I recently picked up, and as usual I was not disappointed with S&B’s ammo. I’ve been using it for years off and on, but never in this caliber. It’s hit it’s mark, it packs a punch, and the powder burns very clean. I shot 80rds that day and discovered the rifle was barely dirty upon cleaning it later that same day. I can’t ask for anything more from a round.
I’m very happy S&B makes this 7.62x54R and will be buying it again.
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I've shot thousands of rounds of 7.62x54R over the past three years, got a case of Mosinitus that resulted in 2 Tulas, 3 Izhevsks, 1 Sako M-39 and a VEPR.
Love ma commie guns, and the biggest part of the equation is the cheap spam can ammo. This allows a lot of lead and steel downrange for a relatively cheap cost. More range time equals more skillset development.
When you get to the point you want the absolute best match grade ammo out there to test both your skills and the inherent accuracy of your rifle, this is the ammo to use.
It is more expensive than the spam can stuff for a reason. S&B has been producing quality ammo for a long, long time, and nobody does it better in Eastern Europe than these guys.
You're reviewing: 7.62x54R - 180 Grain FMJ - Sellier & Bellot - 20 Rounds
Posted On: 4/1/2012 By: Ron
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