Ammo InStock: Red Army Standard 7.62×39 122 Grain FMJ Steel Case 640 Rounds $249.60

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Red Army Standard 7.62x39 122 Grain FMJ Steel Case Sale

USA – -( TrueShotGunClub has a great price on 640 rounds cases of Red Army Standard 7.62×39 122 Grain FMJ Steel Case Rounds for just $249.60. That is $0.39 each. Your shipping satisfaction may vary. Compare prices online here.

Red Army 7.62X39 122 Grain Full Metal Jacket Ammo

Red Army 7.62X39 122 Grain Full Metal Jacket is ideal for Range shooting. This 7.62X39 ammunition from Red Army is factory new ammo that is non-corrosive but non-reloadable due to a steel case and Berdan primer. Available at True Shot Gun Club online at cheap, discount prices. Red Army 7.62X39 122 Grain Full Metal Jacket is designed to the highest quality standards.

About Red Army Standard Ammunition

Manufactured in Russia, Red Army Standard is a brand owned by Century Arms. Known for their quality AKs at affordable prices, Century Arms also imports surplus firearms and ammunition and is the importer for Canik firearms in the United States. Red Army Standard Ammunition manufactures high-quality steel-cased ammunition that features non-corrosive primers and is non-reloadable due to Berdan primers. Red Army Standard Ammunition is cost-effective and reliable.

Ammo InStock: Red Army Standard 7.62×39 122 Grain FMJ Steel Case 640 Rounds $249.60

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I use a plasma cutter.


Out of Stock. I’m broke anyhow. Just glad I already have several thousand rounds…That’s why I’m broke….


Ever tried to open one of those sardine cans of ammo? If not, you’re in for a treat! I read the Russians just slam them on the edge on concrete, yikes!


If you don’t have the proper can opener, can chisel it open with hammer and large flathead screwdriver. Preferred method is to put it upside down on concrete and slide around until you grind off the fold at top of lip. Admittedly you may end up with contents strewn about, but opening should be easy.

Right tool makes it easier, but leaves sharp edges so watch yourself a little. Scale makes it easier than a regular soup can.


You missed my point, which was: they are difficult to open unless you do it the “Russian way”.