7.62x39 Bullet performance?

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  1. ka64

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    http://ammo.net/7.62x39-ammo#tulamm...124-grain-fmj-7-62x39-ammunition-from-tulammo


    http://www.bulkammo.com/640-round-sealed-container-of-7-62x39mm-ammo-by-tula-122gr-fmj

    http://sgammo.com/product/tula/special-purchase-1000-rd-case-762x39-124-grain-hollow-point-tula-ammo
     

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    i have seen some ammo that looks fmj.. but upon close inspection there is a small hole at the tip. this WAS 762x39 as well. maybee tiger or wolf. Probably a way to skirt the non fmj hunting regs in some areas.
     
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  4. fragout

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    Used a Norinco SKS years ago to harvest a few Ozark whitetail. Longest shot was 75 yds. Ammunition used in all deer encounters was WIN 123gr soft points. A few TX deer and hogs too boot. Broadside shots produced exit wounds, and all deer were one shot affairs. Recovered bullets expanded well enough, and retained an estimated 85% of their weight.

    Still have the ballistic info for the above factory load.

    MV = 2364 fps

    75 yards = 2113fps with 1219 ft/lbs of energy

    100 yards = 2033fps with 1129 ft/lbs of energy

    200yds = 1731fps with 818 ft/lbs of energy

    Note: Mine was not the carbine version.
     
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