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7.62X39 Ammunition, Free Shipping, $239-1,000 rounds and $259 CASE of 1260 rounds from ammoman.com

invisibleink 14 October 17, 2011 at 01:59 PM in Sporting Goods (4)
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long time reader, first time deal poster. I know for all of the old-timers who remember AK47 ammo for half of this price or even less this sounds terrible but depending on where you are (which shipping included) this could be a great deal. Here is the email I got from them:




SHIPPED FREE TO YOUR DOOR!

7.62X39 WOLF MILITARY CLASSIC - FULL METAL JACKET
POLYMER COATING ENSURES SMOOTH FEEDING AND EXTRACTION
BRAND NEW AND NON CORROSIVE
Part Number #762X39-WMCFMJ-1000

$239-1,000 rounds
$2,290-10,000 rounds

7.62x39 1980-90's Surplus Yugoslavian 123 GRAIN

This is the best shooting 7.62x39 ammunition available. Features a 123 grain lead core copper jacketed bullet, brass case, and berdan corrosive primer. Packed 15rds in a box, and 1,260 rouds (84 boxes) sealed in metal tin inside a wooden case.

$259 CASE of 1260 rounds.
84 boxes of 15rds. each for a total of 1260 rounds.

We also have the last of the ammo packed on stripper clips at $259-case of 1120 rounds.

7.62x39 123 GRAIN - FULL COPPER JACKET
LEAD CORE - BRASS CASE - CORROSIVE
MADE IN YUGOSLAVIA ON REUSABLE STRIPPER CLIPS
MFG. FROM 1970-1989
THIS AMMO COMES IN SEALED AIR AND
WATER TIGHT SARDINE CANS

40rds in one box (4 clips with 10rds)
28 boxes in wooden crate (1,120rds) with Metal Hinges and Latches.

Part Number #762X39-YOGU-1260

FastLink:
http://www.ammoman.com/webstore_762x39.htm

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charlton heston put his vest on
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Experts, how about it? Are these good prices on quality ammunition?
And is this saying that this ammo was manufactured in the 80s and 90s? Is that a concern?
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Experts, how about it? Are these good prices on quality ammunition?
And is this saying that this ammo was manufactured in the 80s and 90s? Is that a concern?
The Wolf (1,000 rds) would be new production, so no concerns there.

The Yugo (1,260 rds) is the old mil surplus. I've been shooting it lately in my SKS. It is nice looking ammo with no steel anywhere, important at some ranges. But it it is pretty dirty, corrosive, and the stripper clips are hard to use. Clips are steel with what appears to be a zinc coating. The coating has a light corrosion on the surface, looks kind of like sugar frosting. Makes it hard to strip them into the weapon in one shot due to added friction, so end up pulling them off the clip one by one and loading them in the weapon singly.

Right now SGAmmo seems to be the best deal when you consider shipping for either the 640 round spam cans or 1,000 rounds. In fact it ends up being cheaper than the Yugo surplus when shipping is considered to my door. And it is new non corrosive stuff, but bullets do contain steel, so will fail the magnet test at ranges that don't allow it. Here is the 1,000 rd link, $218 with shipping:

http://www.sgammo.com/product/sur...-ulyanovsk
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