AK47 Reviews, Pictures, Information and
Kalashnikova Model 1947 (AK47)
the 7.62x39 and .223 Page Two
pictures on Page One
which one is the better bullet?
Test was run at the SERP
in southeast Tucson, AZ on 6-16-2005
vs. .223 Shootout results
AK-47 is a very effective weapon with great power
holes were spread out from 1 to 3 inches more than
cost $2.17 per 20
Cost $400 +
to aquire a sight on the target
to recover after each shot
comfortable rifle to shoot
Cost $3.77 per 20
cost $700 +
Round sealed tin,
this is high quality 7.62x39 ammunition.
This ammunition is, non-reloadable steel case
with non-corrosive Berdan primer, 7.62x39, 122
grain FMJ bullet with a lead core bullet, 20
rounds per box, 35 boxes per 700 round sealed
tin. Perfect for long term storage. The tin
comes with a large can opener and is hard to
open without this tool.
Wolf® 7.62 x 39 mm HP Ammo.
Each hollow-point Bullet
is 122-grain, Berdan-primed,
non-corrosive and non-reloadable
The steel case and primer
feature a mil.-spec sealant
Muzzle Velocity: 2,396 F.P.S.
Muzzle Energy: 1,555 ft.-lbs.
20 rds. per box.
Wolf® 7.62 x
39 mm HP Ammo
SUPER CLEAN NT .223 REMINGTON
REMINGTON RIFLE AMMUNITION
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