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00 rounds of Geco® 7.62x39mm 124 Grain FMJ Ammo. Great for hunting, target practice and plinking!

The pleasure of plinking! Head to the range or back 40, and let loose with this Geco 7.62x39mm Ammo. Smooth feeding and straight shooting, Geco is known for their long history of quality assurance and exacting standards. It's ammo with consistent and dependable performance you can rely on, shot after shot.

Features:

Caliber: 7.62x39
124 grain bullet weight
Full metal jacket
2,430 F.P.S. muzzle velocity
1,665 ft.-lbs. muzzle energy
500 rounds of ammo
Brass cased
Boxer primed
Reloadable
Current production

SKU#: WX2-651379

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Not that this pertains to this particular item, but just a heads up, that Sportsman’s Guide has really stepped up to squeeze their customers even more... now they charge a $10 fee for “heavy bulky charges” AND they charge your state taxes PLUS shipping TAXES!!! So buyer beware!!! It’s NOT worth it anymore and I’ve been a member for years... NO more!!!

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This is a good price for new brass case, non-magnetic copper bullets w lead core. Not compared to steel but the best price I've seen on non corrosive, re loadable brass 7.62x39, in a while. It's usually $0.45-0.50 a round.

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Like my T.I said... "You gotta be fucking hosing me!!!

Your logic is flawed. Why would I consider this any kind of deal (except a shitty one) when I could buy two rounds of steel case for the same price with primers, powder lead and all the work done for me?

Stay away from the poles, you're incompetent. Pfft. Good price my ass. WTF's wrong with you people?

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Exactly, chill out.

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Not sure what you're going on about. This is not for brass casings, but for complete rounds. Also, pretty sure you aren't getting two rounds of 7.62 steel for this price (that would be 18 cents a round, I haven't even seen corrosive surplus ammo for that price after shipping).

For new, non-surplus ammo, my going shipped rate usually runs around 23cpr for steel, 35cpr (this ammo) for brass in 1k lots. While I don't mind putting steel through an AK, my local range doesn't allow steel case ammo. In this situation, 35 cents is a damn good price.

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"Primer powder lead and all the work done for me?" What are you talking about? These are complete rounds. You should read the description before you go on your little rant. Now who's incompetent?

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