Tula Cartridge Works Hollow-Point (HP) 124 Grain 7.62X39 Ammo - 40 Rounds
Since its development in 1943, the 7.62x39 cartridge is inextricably associated with the Soviet Union. Not only was it developed during the height of the Great Patriotic War, but its characteristics in dependability and ruggedness are also noted to be “stereotypically Russian” in nature. The 124 grain, hollow point bullet has a muzzle velocity of about 2330 feet per second and energy exceeding 1500 foot pounds. This is a popular choice for use in Comblok designed rifles but is also an interesting sporting choice in a few of the bolt action rifles that are available in this caliber and capable of handling the steel cased ammunition.
The Tula Arsenal served the tsars, the Soviets in the Great Patriotic War, kept the USSR prepped during decades of the Cold War and now provides for the Russian Federation as well as commercial export. All this to say, it works. Perhaps the only pertinent point to Russian engineers. It does not have to look flashy, it only has to work. Berdan primed steel cases are not designed for reloadability, but they are meant for potentially long-term storage and dependable performance when it matters. Tulammo has been making 7.62x39 since the beginning: what else needs to be said?
- Manufacturer Tula Cartridge Works
- Condition New
- Bullet Weight 124 Grain
- Bullet Type Hollow-Point (HP)
- Use Type Range Training, Varmint Hunting
- Casing Type Steel
- Quantity 40