1092 round can - 7.62x38R Nagant Revolver Ammo - 1970s-80s Russian Military Surplus with Can Opener

1092 round can - 7.62x38R Nagant Revolver Ammo - 1970s-80s Russian Military Surplus with Can Opener

1092 round can - 7.62x38R Nagant Revolver Ammo - 1970s-80s Russian Military Surplus with Can Opener1092 round can - 7.62x38R Nagant Revolver Ammo - 1970s-80s Russian Military Surplus with Can Opener1092 round can - 7.62x38R Nagant Revolver Ammo - 1970s-80s Russian Military Surplus with Can Opener
1092 round can - 7.62x38R Nagant Revolver Ammo - 1970s-80s Russian Military Surplus with Can Opener1092 round can - 7.62x38R Nagant Revolver Ammo - 1970s-80s Russian Military Surplus with Can Opener
$299.50
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SKU: 7.62P-1092can

1092 round can of 7.62x38R Nagant Revolver Ammo 1970s to 1980s Russian Military Surplus with Can Opener for sale online at SGAmmo.com. Corrosive Berdan primer, brass case, original military grade ammunition. 7.62×38mmR (also known as 7.62 mm Nagant and Cartridge, Type R) is a unique ammunition cartridge designed for use in the Russian Nagant M1895 revolver. The projectile is seated below the mouth of the cartridge, with the cartridge crimp sitting just above the bullet. When fired in the Nagant revolver, the crimp expands into the forcing cone, completing the gas-seal and ostensibly increasing muzzle velocity. The 7.62 mm calibre was chosen, in part, to simplify the tooling used in barrel making and manufacture of projectiles—the Russian service rifle of the time—the Mosin–Nagant M1891 featured an identical bore diameter, being chambered for the 7.62×54mmR rifle cartridge. Most commercially loaded ammunition for the Nagant do not have great stopping power. The low power of these rounds has given the Nagant a reputation as an underpowered sidearm. However, the original military ball cartridges fired bullets in the 6.5 g (100 grains) range at up to 330 m/s (1,100 ft/s), making them close to the .32-20 Winchester and .32 H&R Magnum in power. These original military ball rounds are very hard to find and are considered collector's items. One advantage of the round is that it leaves the chambers totally clean, and there is no need to scrape lead and powder residue out.

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FYI. I just had a Russian speaking Ukrainian friend translate this crate. "7,62 РГЛ" - that is "7.62 caliber, regular bullets/brass sleeves", 1092 pieces" Lot 52-year 76-Factory 38. Powder lot 13, year 74. The individual cardboard boxes say, " Revolver Ammunition, Caliber 7.62 mm, 14 pieces" I can not wait to shoot this stuff! Thanks SG.
I own two refurbished M1895 Nagant revolvers. This is the best ammo for the Nagant. The commercial stuff is really not as accurate. SG is one of the few places that still over 1092 count spam can surplus. It was worth the $300 investment to get this quantity.
I bought one can of this 7.62x38r ammo that SGAmmo.com is selling here and it was 1976 dated. I opened it and the ammo inside was in good condition thanks to the hermetically sealed can. I have not shot any yet but I am sure that it will shoot just fine because all the Russian military surplus ammo I have ever owned and shot works great
Bought this for my Nagant revolver and love it. Fast shipping and enough to last me a while will be ordering from here again if deciding to get some more