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Sellier & Bellot Ammunition SB76239B 7.62 x 39mm, Soft Point, 123 GR, 2300 fps, 20 Rd/bx


Hinterland Item Number: 27011

Manufacturer Number: SB76239B

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Product Description

Sellier and Bellot has been producing cartridge ammunition since 1870. Today they produce ammunition using high quality components in their semi-jacketed bullet consisting of a metallic jacket and a lead core. The lead core is bare in front. When hitting the target, it gets deformed and produces a mushroom-like shape, which enhances the lethal effect. It is used for most types of rifle cartridges and, depending on caliber weight, it is used by hunters, competition shooters, law enforcement agencies and militaries around the world. This ammunition is non-corrosive, in boxer primed, and has reloadable brass cases.

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Product Specifications

Caliber : 7.62mm X 39mm
Bullet Type : Soft Point
Bullet Weight : 123 GR
Muzzle Energy : 1445 ft lbs
Muzzle Velocity : 2300 fps
Rounds/box : 20 Rounds Per Box, 30 Boxes Per Case


Product Reviews

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Submitted By: David T. On 07/12/2014

Nice reloadable boxer primed case. Darn accurate ammo. I did a head-to-head with Golden Tiger, Yugo M67 (nny headstamp), PPU brass, Herter's brass 7.62x39, Golden Bear, Wolf Military Classic and Brown Bear. At 100 yds., S&B 7.62x39 produces the smallest groups out of my 14.7" barreled Rifle Dynamics RD701 (Saiga based), followed by M67, GT and BB in that order. Surprisingly PPU brass (what one of the current factories of M67 is now called) and Herter's brass (supposedly made also by S&B) did not group well. Cannot comment on the cleanliness of this S&B ammo as I shot different ammo brands that day, but the smell of the burnt powder was nowhere near the pungent smell of M67.

Rating: [5 of 5 Stars]

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