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 Copes has 762x39 tracer
762x39nut  [Member]
11/26/2011 6:52:08 AM EST
Reman tracer at .50 cents a round.Item # DSP-A2
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benja455  [Member]
11/26/2011 10:34:01 AM EST
Anyone heard of this company - Trajectory Tech - before? Anyone order some and try it?
m62-m76  [Member]
11/28/2011 6:16:59 PM EST
I am assuming it is non-corrosive, it doesn't say.
m62-m76  [Member]
11/29/2011 10:12:28 AM EST
I emailed Cope's and they told me it is Corrosive Primer.
I'll Pass.
MAC21500  [Member]
12/1/2011 1:33:13 PM EST
Don't buy that stuff, they state that it is reloaded ammo, and uses US M62 tracers, which means they are .308 dia. and not .311 dia.
Buy this stuff from JG Sales:
http://www.jgsales.com/7.62x39-tracer-ammo,-10-round-packs.-p-929.html
Dalton556  [Member]
12/1/2011 2:39:17 PM EST
Originally Posted By MAC21500:
Don't buy that stuff, they state that it is reloaded ammo, and uses US M62 tracers, which means they are .308 dia. and not .311 dia.
Buy this stuff from JG Sales:
http://www.jgsales.com/7.62x39-tracer-ammo,-10-round-packs.-p-929.html


At 3X the price!

MAC21500  [Member]
12/2/2011 3:14:35 PM EST
Yea, but what is the viability of your tracers if they don't go where your regular rounds go? Apparently, people use .308 tracers in .311 bores frequently, but I'm not really confident about accuracy. I once saw a target full of keyholes because the individual was shooting .303 Enfield whose rounds had .308 heads.
POLYTHENEPAM  [Member]
12/2/2011 3:28:48 PM EST
Originally Posted By MAC21500:
Yea, but what is the viability of your tracers if they don't go where your regular rounds go? Apparently, people use .308 tracers in .311 bores frequently, but I'm not really confident about accuracy. I once saw a target full of keyholes because the individual was shooting .303 Enfield whose rounds had .308 heads.


I haven't seen any keyholing with the few 147gr USGI tracers I've fired through an AK, but the POI does vary from standard 122-124 gr bullets.
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