1000 Round Case - 7.62x39 8M3 124 Grain Hollow Point Ammo Made by Ulyanovsk Cartridge Works - UL07628M3

1000 Round Case - 7.62x39 8M3 124 Grain Hollow Point Ammo Made by Ulyanovsk Cartridge Works -  UL07628M3

1000 Round Case - 7.62x39 8M3 124 Grain Hollow Point Ammo Made by Ulyanovsk Cartridge Works -  UL07628M31000 Round Case - 7.62x39 8M3 124 Grain Hollow Point Ammo Made by Ulyanovsk Cartridge Works -  UL07628M31000 Round Case - 7.62x39 8M3 124 Grain Hollow Point Ammo Made by Ulyanovsk Cartridge Works -  UL07628M3
1000 Round Case - 7.62x39 8M3 124 Grain Hollow Point Ammo Made by Ulyanovsk Cartridge Works -  UL07628M31000 Round Case - 7.62x39 8M3 124 Grain Hollow Point Ammo Made by Ulyanovsk Cartridge Works -  UL07628M31000 Round Case - 7.62x39 8M3 124 Grain Hollow Point Ammo Made by Ulyanovsk Cartridge Works -  UL07628M3
1000 Round Case - 7.62x39 8M3 124 Grain Hollow Point Ammo Made by Ulyanovsk Cartridge Works -  UL07628M3
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SKU: UL07628M3 - case

1000 round case of 7.62x39 8M3 124 grain hollow point ammo for sale. Made by Ulyanovsk Cartridge Works, SKU number UL07628M3. Packed 100 rounds per box, 10 boxes per case.

You asked for 8m3 spec 762x39 ammo, SGAmmo delivered. Here at SGAmmo we love 7.62x39 ammo (and guns), and over the years had a large number of requests to locate 8M3 spec ammo that had gone extinct back around 2002. We went to the manufacturer and importer of UCW ammo and put our $$$ where our mouth is and had it custom made for our clients. This ammo features the 8M3 124 grain hollow point projectile, a polymer coated steel case (UCW no longer offers lacquered case), and mil-spec sealant applied to the case mouth and primer pocket to water-proof the cartridge. The projectile has a magnetic bi-metal jacket covering a lead core. The manufacturer is OJSC "The Ulyanovsk Cartridge Works". The importer is 'Tulammo USA Inc'. This product SKU is exclusively distributed by SGAmmo.com thru the end of 2017. We hope you enjoy this retro 7.62x39 ammo option that we had resurrected.

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Customer Reviews

Got to buy more before it is all gone. This stuff works. Test it out for yourself on water jugs. Awesome!!
8M3- Excellent Accuracy! 1-2 MOA through a Bear Creek AR 7.62x39 upper. Recommended for hog hunting out to 150 meters. Impressive knock down power.
I love this ammo. I am shooting .71 groups out of my psa 16 inch barrel. Very consistent. Great service on quick delivery of ammo. Definitely will order more. Steve
Bought a case of this, fired 100 rounds yesterday through my PSA AK47 GF3, ran flawlessly. Even the American made Ak's love this. Thanks to SG ammo, my only ammo supplier. Tremendous service, fast shipping, superior products, never done me wrong. Gonna get another case or two of this before it's gone.
Excellent ammo for shtf. Works in all of my ak's and is devastating in soft tissue. Sold my AR15's to buy a couple more AK's for home defense. I believe that this is the best ammo for the money for all around use and prep.
Yes the 100 round boxes with busted plastic clips suck! Need to put them in 20 round boxes so we can pack them away! I put my first 1,000 rounds in stripper clips in the 180/200 round chest bandoleer but would like 20 round boxes better!
I use the handle on a screwdriver to lightly rap the tips of the bullets to free them from the plastic holders. I bought some 50 cal ammo cans from the local Walmart to store the loose ammo in. I use quart size ziploc bags and put 100 rounds per bag, then squeeze out the excess air before sealing the bag. This limits the ammo's exposure to humidity every time the can gets opened and lets me know how many rounds are left at a glance. I can fit 900 rounds of 7.62x39 per can this way and it stays nice for years. I also label the outside of the can with the caliber, amount, and bullet type. This is the best way I have found to store ammo long term. I consider it time and money well spent, because when you need it, you will be able to have confidence it'll go bang every time. That could make all the difference some day. Not just to me, but to my loved ones, who I have the duty to protect and defend.
Just tested this ammo out on plastic milk jugs filled with water. On both tries, the first jug had a small entry hole and the back was shredded, the second jug had front and back shredded. The third jug had some smaller holes from fragments. I found some jacket frags that were jagged and nasty looking. Very impressive for ammo that cost under 30 cents a round. I used a wasr10 with a 16 1/2 inch barrel from a distance of 15 feet. Gotta love it!
I have bought 2 cases of this ammo in the last couple of weeks and have read some disparaging comments on some gun blogs. So, I checked out the inside of the hollowpoint with a paper clip. My ammo has 4 deep and distinct grooves in the jacket. I have done business with Sam for quite some time and have always been very satisfied with his products and service. Don't believe everything you read online. Some folks have an agenda. Maybe they are the competition, or jealous, or simply primadonnas. The proof is in the results. I remember when ammo was scarce. Sam was one of the few that didn't gouge or take advantage. That alone speaks volumes to me about his character. I plan on buying as much as I can before it runs out.
Yes those plastic clips suck!!! Most of mine were broken also. Would have been better in 20 round boxes so people could put them in ammo cans. Still the real deal 8M3 and they put a hurtin on the coyotes around mine house.