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Posted: 4/5/2006 8:16:36 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 4/5/2006 9:40:14 PM EDT by dajini]
It comes in 20 round plain white boxes with "Made in Russia" written on one side. On the other it says "Cartridges 7,62x39 made to hunting specifications 20 pcs" and the other side is a bullet with russian writing inside it reading K(backwards N)C. Above the KNC is a big C with a P inside of it. The ammo is hollowpoint and in a green case, with a 3 on the rim around the primer, opposite of the 3 is a 94. Some of the bullets are actually black on some sides, but it is not very rough. Just wondering what ammo I have and if it is corrosive. Thanks.
Link Posted: 4/6/2006 8:23:59 AM EDT
"In 1997 imports of new production Russian 7.62x39mm ammo with lead core bullets started coming into the US. The first was packed in plain white boxes with black printing. In this pic the box is unfolded so all the printing can be seen but it is the standard style 20rd box that all 7.62x39mm Russian ammo comes in"

The 3 = Ulyanovsk factory.

94 = made in 1994

Pic of the box
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