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    2014 Norinco 7.62x39mm

    It's not really surplus ammo, but it certainly works in plenty of surplus and military-style rifles.

    Here's a few pics of some ammo I just received. Prior to this batch, the "newest" Chinese ammo I've seen in Canadaicon has been mid-90's production. It's advertised as steel core, but I haven't sectioned any to confirm.

    Factory 311 on the headstamp (though the "fun fact sheet" say Factory 941), packed 20 rounds to a box, 30 boxes to a plastic bag, 2 bags to a cardboard case of 1200.








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    Looks like somebody is going to be doing some shooting !..................

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    Looks like somebody is going to be doing some shooting !..................
    I only bought two cases of it, so not that much shooting.

    I've got lots of Czechicon and older Chinese surplus to shoot off first.

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    If that Norinco shoots as well as the other Norinco I've gotten you'll like it

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    Agree the Norinco ammo was always accurate compared to all the others. Good quality ammo and a great price years ago when we could get it here in the states.

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    Years ago I bought a case of 7.62X51. Chrono'd certain ones and got 10 FPS between them. I've since tried to duplicate that with hand loads but have never succeeded.


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