1000 Round Case - Russian 7.62x39 124 Grain FMJ BT - CORROSIVE PRIMER - Factory Remanufactured by Vympel

1000 Round Case - Russian 7.62x39 124 Grain FMJ BT - CORROSIVE PRIMER - Factory Remanufactured by Vympel

1000 Round Case - Russian 7.62x39 124 Grain FMJ BT - CORROSIVE PRIMER - Factory Remanufactured by Vympel1000 Round Case - Russian 7.62x39 124 Grain FMJ BT - CORROSIVE PRIMER - Factory Remanufactured by Vympel1000 Round Case - Russian 7.62x39 124 Grain FMJ BT - CORROSIVE PRIMER - Factory Remanufactured by Vympel
1000 Round Case - Russian 7.62x39 124 Grain FMJ BT - CORROSIVE PRIMER - Factory Remanufactured by Vympel1000 Round Case - Russian 7.62x39 124 Grain FMJ BT - CORROSIVE PRIMER - Factory Remanufactured by Vympel
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1000 Round Case of Russian 7.62x39 124 Grain FMJ BT - CORROSIVE PRIMER - Factory Remanufactured by Vympel

Lacquered steel case, sealed primer and case mouth, corrosive military primer,  magnetic lead core bullet with bi-metal jacket.

So the story with this ammo starts with Covid19 shutting down the primer factory in Russia in April and May 2020, making primers very hard to get in Russia in 2020. The Vympel factory could not source primers for regular production so they disassembled a stockpile of 1970s vintage military surplus ammo harvesting the primed case, then stenciled their logo and '7.62x39' on the case and used that primed case to load lead core commercial ammo for the US market. The lacquered steel case retains its original corrosive primer then was loaded with a lead core bi-metal jacket magnetic projectile, and a sealant was applied to the case mouth to water proof the ammo.

This ammo is corrosive primed so cleaning your gun regularly or after use is a good practice when using corrosive ammo. Corrosive primed ammo will leave a residue in the gun that can cause surface rust to form if left uncleaned for extended periods of times. As long as you clean your bolt, barrel and gas system after usage it is harmless to the firearm.

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