Century Arms Announces New 7.62 x 39mm Ammo

Century Arms Announces New 7.62x39mm Ammo
Century Arms Announces New 7.62x39mm Ammo

Century Arms

DELRAY BEACH, Fla. -(Ammoland.com)- Century Arms, North America’s premier AK manufacturer, has announced they have begun shipping an all new version of their 7.62x39mm ammunition under the Red Army Standard brand.

The new version features a boat tail bullet for improved performance and sealed neck and primer for resistance to adverse elements.ammunition and will start offering 7.62x39mm with a boat tail bullet and sealed neck and primer for resistance to adverse elements.

Adding to the Red Army Standard ammunition line, the new boat tail version is part of Century’s efforts to continually enhance the performance potential of the AK-47 platform.

Other examples are the C39v2 rifle (with its milled receiver, concentric bore, upgraded RAK-1 trigger system, and improved optic side mount) and the Micro Dot optic mount.

“We are very excited to be able to offer some of the nicest finest and most accurate 7.62x39mm ammunition available we have seen,” said Jason Karvois, the company’s Director of Sales. “We have worked very hard to be able to bring this new product to the U.S. Market to provide a higher quality option for 7.62x39mm enthusiasts while still maintaining a reasonable price point.”

The new 7.62x39mm FMJBT (Full Metal Jacket Boat Tail) ammunition is manufactured in Russia in a facility that specializes in cartridges for military and sporting/-hunting small arms.

This ammunition features a 124 grain FMJBT bullet with a bimetal jacket and lead core, non-corrosive primers and a lacquered steel case for smooth feeding and extraction.

The sealant around the bullet and primer keeps moisture out making the ammunition ideally suited for long term storage and use in harsh environments.

The new Red Army Standard 7.62x39mm FMJBT ammunition is now shipping to distributors and dealers across the country in 20 round boxes and 1,000 rounds per cases with an MSRP of $5 per box and $250 per case.

For more information, visit their website.

 

About Century Arms:

Born over 50 years ago with its roots in the surplus business, Century Arms has an extensive history of providing unique and affordable products to the American Collector, Hunter, and Target Shooter. That tradition is carried on today, with a state of the art manufacturing facility located in the U.S.A, as the company continues to offer unique, innovative, and quality products to the U.S. Consumer and U.S. Government.

  • 10 thoughts on “Century Arms Announces New 7.62 x 39mm Ammo

    1. NI LOCO LE COMPRO A LOS BOLCHES CUALQUIER COSA,MUCHO MENOS MUNICIÓN DE GUERRA,P’ARA MI ESTOS TIPOS SON MALA PALABRA,QUE SE REVUELQUEN ENTRE ELLOS.

    2. Well said….! At gun shows buyers are standing in line to pay premium prices for AKs made in Russia. OK, the war is over but the AK stands as a symbol for a philosophy, which is 100% opposite to American values of individual freedom. Sorry guys. You are jerks for enriching Soviet made anything. You will not see one of those symbols in my house or in my hands.

    3. I really don’t understand Century’s ad and marketing campaign that glorifies the Soviet Union which murdered hundreds of millions of people through genocide of almost every flavor along with complete annihilation of liberty and freedom of the people they oppressed. The hammer and sickle symbol is offensive as well as the communist soldiers marching in Century’s ads and packaging. The NAZIs murdered a fraction of what communism has so what’s next? Gestapo Ammo Standard with swastikas and NAZI storm troopers marching proudly along? This is the USA, what an asinine and offensive way to sell a product especially a product which is so closely related to our 2nd Amendment.

      1. Your comments are right on. There are plenty of bad things to point out in both the old Soviet system and the new Russian one. But the sad fact is the United States now has more people in jail as a percentage of population than the old Soviet Union did during the Gulag days. About half of these are a result of our failed “war on drugs”. Not only is it a failure (heroin is cheaper and stronger than it ever was), but it has warped law enforcement and resulted in abuses like civil forfeiture. We took what should be a medical problem and, due mainly to politics, made it a legal problem. About half of all drug arrest are for marijuana. Do a little research into how and why it was classified as an illegal drug and you’ll find the whole thing was a shameful sham. And if you know anything about drugs, marijuana is about like “beer”, as opposed to the “hard” stuff like meth and heroin. And marijuana is medically less harmful than alcohol. But the police like it being illegal, as it leads to easy excuses for searches and arrest. The bad side effect of all the drug arrest, especially for a victimless crime like marijuana possession is the training and indoctrination while in jail in the mentality and methods of being a real criminal.
        Also note: admiring the technical aspect of Nazi or Soviet weapons is not the same as glorifying their politics. The Nazis produced the first jet used in combat, the V2 rocket, and the first successful assault rifle. The Soviets produced one a very reliable and the most widely used assault rifle in the world.

      2. How sad that some “snowflakes” are are so easily offended. Maybe Bob can start a write in campaign for the label to be replaced with unicorns farting rainbows. I am happy to see affordable boat tail ammo.

      3. So while Century Arms is focused on supplying affordable ammo for the U.S. market, our own government is hell bent on disarming us. True to form, the gun community continues to be their own worst enemy.

        1. They will never take away our arms , just look how well proabition worked ,now apply that to something more people use than acohol

      4. You guys tickle the hell out of me. You do know there are people that do not like you
        because of ar’s. Over the head stuff for some I guess.
        But about the ammo RSA has a very bad rep as far as ammo for those of
        you worried about real things.

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