The Tula Cartridge Works, founded in 1880, is one of the most significant world producers of small-arms ammunition. Unique and exceptional production traditions lasting for more than 125 years, ability to apply the up-to-date scientific and research knowledge, close connection of development and production and active commercial policy – all these are attributes of a stable, perspective and dynamic company.
The cartridge 7.62×39 is used for sporting and hunting shooting through bolt-action and semi-automatic rifles and carbines. The cartridge keeps its qualities under various climatic and weather conditions independent of the season and at a temperature from – 50 to + 50 C.
The cartridge complies with CIP requirements. The cartridge is settled upon chambering until the case shoulder rests against the chamber ?one. The firearm models Ruger Mini 30 and SKS are deployed to run the acceptance tests of cartridges.
The phosphate polymer coating cartridge case is bottled-shaped with non-projecting flange and made of steel.
The bullet of 7.62×39 consists of two elements; a copper or bi-metal jacket and lead core
Used for sporting and training, this load shoots well in various climates and weather conditions. The projectile features a bi-metal bullet jacket with lead core. This ammunition is new production, non-corrosive in Berdan primed steel cases.
|(25 Boxes of 40)
|2330 Feet Per Second
|1495 Foot Pounds
|Full Metal Jacket