Buy Nosler Bulk-RifleBrass-7.62x39mm 500RDS
Caliber:7.62x39mm , Brass Quantity:500 rds
Buy Nosler Bulk-RifleBrass-7.62x39mm 500 RDS
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The maximum effective range of Nosler Bulk-RifleBrass-7.62x39mm 500RDS bullet is the distance at which the average shooter can consistently hit a 1-inch target. For 7.62x39mm rounds, which are most often fired from the AKM and AK-47 platforms, the typical effective range is 400 meters (1,300 feet). Nosler Bulk Unprepped with Some rifles and optics setups can double this range, but most AK platforms have relatively short sights that limit accuracy at extreme range. The 7.62x39mm round was first developed for the Soviet Union as an alternative to the 7.62x39mm Cartridge Brass round used in the bolt-action Mosin-Nagant rifle in 1944. The later AK designs, which include the AK-47, AK-74 and AKM rifles, popularized the caliber worldwide. Some Western rifles also use the cartridge, thanks in part to its availability, affordability and good performance across short and medium ranges.
The most common Nosler Bulk-RifleBrass-7.62x39mm 500RDS weight for the 7.62x39mm Cartridge Brass is 123 grains, while the .223/5.56 round varies a lot between 35 to 85 grains. The lighter projectile of the .223 averages 3,100fps, while the heavier 7.62x39mm averages around 2,400fps. The smaller NATO round flies faster and has a flatter trajectory than the AK round, though it carries far less mass and may have very different terminal performance in the target. Lighter .223/5.56 projectiles are significantly more likely to be deflected by wind, though at medium ranges they may penetrate thicker soft armor than the larger 7.62x39mm bullet.
The 7.62x39mm cartridge has been among the worldâ€™s most popular rifle calibers since its development in the late 1940s. Nosler Bulk Unprepped it is not often the first choice for long-range precision, the 123-grain projectile and perceived superior performance in medium game has made it popular among hunters and sport shooters alike. Brass casings for this caliber are rare, which makes it relatively expensive for reloading, but its wide availability and low price point per round help keep it popular for many people. Local laws and hunting regulations aside, the 7.62x39mm round is generally capable of doing anything a 30-30 rifle round does, while firing from a relatively popular AK frame rifle or carbine
Brass Quantity: 500 rds