7.62x54R Full Metal Jacket 147 - gr. 440 Rds - $92.69 (Free S/H No Minimum w/code "BRSH1702")

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Price: $92.69
Price per round: $0.211
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Stock No. 206980

Amount: 440
Category: Ammo
Caliber: 7.62x54R
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Sportsman Guide BAD !! Don't

Sportsman Guide BAD !!

Don't expect THE SPORTSMAN GUIDE to honor or ship your product.

They are HORRIBLE when it comes to ordering and fulfilling orders. The have lousy customer service....



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Mine was expected to be back

Mine was expected to be back in stock May 1st but it ended up shipping in a week from me ordering. 880 rounds is quite heavy in a wood crate :D

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To determine if its "steel

To determine if its "steel core" or not, you need to look at the Cyrillic alphabet characters on the container.
The "ЛПС" is what people in the US translate as "LPS", it is light ball ammo steel core.

Here's a diagram of how to read the spam-can markings:

Here is a link with a chart of Cyrillic characters and what they mean:

Note that even if it is "not steel core"the bullet can still be attracted to a magnet because alot were made with bi-metal jackets.

I have never seen a "spam-can" of ammo that was not "ЛПС" (steel core) so I can't say for sure how a "lead core" ammo spam-can would be marked.

The only "lead core" ammo I have seen was not in a "spam can", it was sealed lead tin boxes instead (e.g. from The-Armory). In that case it was only marked "Л" as the bullet type.

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Not in stock. SG states it

Not in stock. SG states it won't be available until May 1st.

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I bought a case of this stuff

I bought a case of this stuff at $119.99 and $16.90 delivered to KY for a total of $136.89. Great plinking ammo and not a single FTF. Shipping will differ for you but give it a shot. http://www.the-armory.com/shopsite_sc/store/html/product1793.html

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I purchased from them about 6

I purchased from them about 6 months ago or so, shipped price to me from the Armory is $154 so about $5 cheaper than SPG. However this is literary World War II ammo, from 40' and 50", while Sportsman's guide has a lot newer and nicer 70', 80' maybe even 90's production. Both productions work fine for me, I use the nicer ammo in my collectible rifles, and the cheaper ammo in my beat up Nagants...

also, it's lead core vs steel core, and although it says at SPG that it does not come with a can opener, my order came with one.

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Which one uses steel core?

Which one uses steel core? and regardless of which store you buy from, they are both going to be corrosive, right?

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Steel core is from

Steel core is from Sportsman's Guide, the Armory ammo is lead core, they are all corossive

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