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Yugoslavian 7.62x39 1260rnd. Case

Discussion in 'Copes Distributing' started by Copes dist, Aug 17, 2011.

  1. Copes dist

    Copes dist G&G Enthusiast Vender

    Yugoslavian 7.62x39 1260rnd. Case

    Manufactured in Yugoslavia in the 1980's
    • Full Metal Jacket
    • 123 Grain
    • Mildly corrosive Berdan primed
    • Brass Cases
    • Lead Core Bullet
    • 15 Rounds per box
    Comes 1260rnds. Per Crate. Ammo is sealed in a metal tin, inside a wood crate.
    .20 cent per round.


  2. 338RUM

    338RUM G&G Evangelist

    Is "Mildly Corrosive" kinda like driving "buzzed" it is either corrosive or not...
  3. Dragunov

    Dragunov G&G Evangelist

    I use this exclusively. More accurate/destructive and cleaner than Wolf. Corrosive? Yes. Clean up when done shooting and you'll have no problems. Been using it for two years in my SKS, no problems, no duds or squibbs.
  4. 338RUM

    338RUM G&G Evangelist

    I have thought of some but my cz 527 shoots so well I would hate to ruin the gun, my fears probably have no base but I cant be to cautious... Dragunov, does a magnet stick to the case or bullet? If not I may give it a try.
  5. ChaZam

    ChaZam G&G Evangelist Forum Contributor

    338RUM it has brass cases and a lead core copper jacketed bullet. Scroll down on this link and they have the 1260 rd. cases @ $212.99 or $209.99 if you buy 2 cases. I didn't check to see how much their shpping is.

    The Armory: 7.62x39 Ammunition,ammo, Silver Bear, Winchester, Corbon, S&B, PMC, Bernaul , Wolf,
  6. 338RUM

    338RUM G&G Evangelist

    I was more worried about copper washed steel jacket bullet
  7. texnmidwest

    texnmidwest Sir Loin of Beef Forum Contributor

    I would not worry too much about shooting corrosive ammo through a bolt rifle. Just flush the bore out with Windex after shooting and clean normally.

    If it is shot through a semi make sure you clean up the gas tube (if it has one) and all internals thoroughly after shooting. Heck, ALL ammo used to be corrosive. WW1 and 2 were fought with corrosive ammo as were all wars before that that were fought with firearms.
  8. GlockMeister

    GlockMeister G&G Evangelist

    And shouldn't that Windex be the kind that has ammonia as an ingredient in it because it's the ammonia that does what's needed?

    And yes, please correct me if I'm wrong. I want you/someone to. I mean, I don't want to be giving the wrong info plus I'd like to know for sure myself. lol
  9. ChaZam

    ChaZam G&G Evangelist Forum Contributor

    Water dissolves the salts from the corrosive primers and the mild concentration of ammonia in Windex would be beneficial for removing any copper fouling.

    PONTIACDM G&G Newbie

  11. GlockMeister

    GlockMeister G&G Evangelist

    Thanks for explaining. Or, would it be for clarifying? lol And truth be told, I think it's been done before. I just forget. lol
  12. Copes dist

    Copes dist G&G Enthusiast Vender

    Aim is exact shipping our shipping is $9.95.
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