Yugoslavian 7.62 x 39 Available by the Case at Maxim Defense

Yugoslavian 7.62 x 39 Available by the Case at Maxim Defense
Yugoslavian 7.62 x 39 Available by the Case at Maxim Defense

U.S.A.-(AmmoLand.com)- The Biden Administration purports to be punishing Russia by banning Russian-made firearms and ammunition. That’s not what’s happening. Only a buffoon or the willingly ignorant would perceive the reality as something other than de facto gun control.

As might be expected, thousands of gun owners are now purchasing 7.62 x 39 ammunition in anticipation of the coming Russian ammo drought. Several sources remain “flush” with that caliber in bulk, but unless something in those new sanctions changes, this won’t last too long.

One of the places currently in stock is Maxim Defense, albeit in Yugoslav ammunition rather than Russian. Their cartridges are 124 gr 7.62 x 39 FMJ in a brass case with a Berdan primer, sold by the crate (1120 rounds per). They come mounted on SKS stripper clips.

As of this writing, those cases are going for $695 each. That puts each round at about 62 cents (.62). Under current conditions that’s a pretty reasonable cost, particularly if you’re comparing brass-cased ammo to the steel-cased stuff (and more so if you like to reload).

(1120 rounds)
Yugoslavian 7.62 x 39 Available by the Case at Maxim Defense

Plus, you get to keep the case…which might not excite some people but is a good side benefit for others.

7.62 x 39 TUI ammunition from Maxim Defense
7.62 x 39 TUI ammunition from Maxim Defense

Maxim Defense also offers its own brand of ammunition, the “TUI” (Tumble Upon Impact) solid copper spun line designed for short barrels, or as they put it, “…designed for light recoil with no sacrifice in velocity. Because of the solid copper spun construction, these bullets can be used wherever lead projectiles are prohibited for sport shooting”.

 

Learn more (or get some) in the Maxim Defense ammunition section.

Bullet Type M67 FMJ
Caliber 7.62X39MM
Casing ANNEALED BRASS CASE BERDAN PRIMED
Grain Weight 124 GRAIN
Muzzle Velocity (FPS) 2402
Rounds Per Box 1120
Rounds 1120 ROUNDS
Grain Weight Ranges 120 – 139

About Maxim Defense:

Maxim Defense is a development company aiming to provide the Military and First Responders the next generation of tools and equipment to succeed in today’s most extreme environments. The company primarily engages in small arms manufacturing focusing R&D on producing better, lighter, and more reliable weapons and accessories. As an industrial-design-centered organization, Maxim seeks to improve and enhance existing weapons platforms alongside developing cutting-edge technologies for redefining the future. Maxim Defense is headquartered in St. Cloud, MN. To learn more, please visit www.maximdefense.com and follow us on Instagram, Facebook or Twitter @maximdefense.

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nobodyuknow
nobodyuknow
23 days ago

2022 and 2024. VOTE THE COMMUNIST DEMOCRAP BASTARDS OUT OF OFFICE!!!

JD
JD
26 days ago

The supply of Russian ammo will not change until the current import licenses begin to expire. The demand side has increased after the import ban announced.

JB
JB
27 days ago

I know I’m old, but “back in the day” I bought several cases of Chinese steel core from RSR Wholesale, 1440 rounds, for $69.95. Sure wish I knew then what I know now !

Terry
Terry
27 days ago

Lovely our ammo manufactures are looking for any excuses to keep prices high. Now the cost for copper / brass, lead, powder and industry chem. Did not go up in the last 48 hours but funny how the prices jumped up, with Biden’s restriction on Russian ammo. Hummmmmm gets you to wondering just how American 2A minded our gun industry really is. Everyone wants our money from legislation action groups to high priced Ammo manufactures with ammo going out in both price gouging and limited amounts. What I found interesting is they say, while retailers limited our purchases to one… Read more »

JSNMGC
JSNMGC
27 days ago
Reply to  Terry

You are a cost-plus person trying to live in a market-based world.

It’s difficult, isn’t it?

The answer to your question is: the people willing to pay will get the product. You can buy all you want right now.

Just like everything else. The price on other goods increases as demand increases and/or supply is reduced.

How can you still not understand this?

Stag
Stag
26 days ago
Reply to  JSNMGC

Isn’t it funny how fast some people are willing to embrace socialism when they are faced with having to pay market prices for something they want?

Last edited 26 days ago by Stag
JSNMGC
JSNMGC
26 days ago
Reply to  Stag

I don’t think they even know what socialism is, how markets work, or what the effects of even more market interference would be.

Terry can have a pallet of 7.62 x 39 delevered to his home in two weeks. The people will unload it, stack it where he wants, remove the stretch wrap, shipping bands, and pallet and wish him a nice day.

Russn8r
Russn8r
26 days ago
Reply to  Terry

A future supply cut hiking prices now is only ‘funny’ if you know zip about econ. Be the ant, not the whiny populist grasshopper.

Last edited 26 days ago by Russn8r
JSStryker
JSStryker
27 days ago

No one wants to be a prostitute like you.

Russn8r
Russn8r
26 days ago
Reply to  JSStryker

Sadly, her spam’s a better read than JohnLloydScharf’s cut-paste keyboard diarrhea.