7.62×39 Ammo for Sale as low as $0.219/round. If you buy Russian ammo by the case, you can really get a super deal.
Here’s where I buy most of my ammo (see link below). Shipping is fast and prices are the best I could find. Inventories are huge and up to date so you know if they have any in stock.
Tulammo runs $219 per case of 1,000 rounds. It’s great ammo for the AK-47 and its variants. It’s steel cased ammo with hollow points or FMJ’s. There are a number or brands that are all very cheap to buy. 20 round boxes start at $5.00/box. A few of the Russian brands are Tulammo, Wolf, Red Army Standard, Brown Bear, Silver Bear and WPA.
Tulammo is good quality ammo that is about as accurate as any 7.62×39 ammo. Typical 100 yard groups run about 2.5″.
Tualmmo ammo is steel cased and seems to worry some people. These steel cases are annealed or softened to allow it to expand during firing and seal the chamber. The steel case is much softer than the barrel and chamber of a gun. Steel cases will not scratch or damage a rifle barrel chamber or the bolt.
Tulammo steel cases are polymer coated to prevent corrosion and facilitate easy feeding and extraction.
Tulammo primers are non-corrosive and so is the powder. Tulammo is manufactured in a huge plant in Tula, Russia. It is the same ammo issued to Russian military personnel.
Tulammo also manufactures ammunition branded with Wolf Ammunition on it for US importation. It is one of the largest ammunition plants in the world. Tulammo was founded in 1880.
Wolf 7.62×39 WPA Polyformance ammunition is manufactured in many different plants in Russia and Ukraine. Wolf does not manufacture ammo, they import it under their brand. It is steel cased factory new ammunition. The steel case is annealed or softened in order to expand and seal the rifle chamber during firing. The steel case is coated with a polymer (non-toxic) to prevent corrosion in harsh environments and assist with smooth feeding and easy extraction. The primers are Berdan and non-corrosive.
Wolf WPA ammo is loaded with bi-metal bullets which means the bullet jacket is composed of layers of copper and mild steel. The jacket is much softer than a steel rifle barrel and will not damage it.
Wolf 7.62×39 WPA Polyformance ammo runs about $0.235/round or $235 per case of 1,000 rounds.
This is another packaging of Wolf 7.62×39 ammo. It’s the “white box” edition. Same great ammo and low price.
Wolf 7.62×39 Military Classic ammo is the same great Wolf ammo loaded with hollow point and soft point bullets for hunting or self defense or training. It features coated steel cases and non-corrosive primers. This ammo was made for the AK-47 rifle.
Silver Bear 7.62×39 ammo is manufactured in the Barnaul Machine plant in Russia. The Silver Bear name comes from the nicely polished Zinc plated cases. The Zinc plating is yet another method of preventing corrosion. It sure looks really cool too!
The Silver Bear ammo is loaded with Berdan non-corrosive primers and FMJ bullets and is not reloadable.
The Barnaul Machine Plant supplies Russia with military ammo as well as America, Europe and Asia.
Silver Bear 7.62×39 ammo is slightly more expensive than Wolf or Tulammo at $0.31/round or $155 for 500 rounds. $.31/round is still very cheap rifle ammunition.
Brown Bear 7.62×39 ammo is manufactured in the same Barnaul Machine Plant in Russia. The difference is the steel case. Brown Bear cases are polymer coated while Silver Bear are Zinc plated. This ammo is primed with non-corrosive primers and powders and is not reloadable.
Brown Bear 7.62×39 ammo runs $0.25/round or $125 for 500 rounds. It is excellent ammo for the AK-47.
Red Army Standard 7.62×39 ammo is not from Russia but from the Ukraine. It is very similar to Tulammo and Wolf ammo. It is polymer coated steel cases with non-corrosive Berdan primers. It is pretty much the same quality too.
Red Army Standard 7.62×39 ammo runs about $0.25/round or $255 for a 1080 round case. That’s cheap shooting for sure.
PPU or Prvi Partizan 7.62×39 ammo is manufactured by Prvi in Serbia. It is brass cased with non-corrosive boxer primers and soft point bullets. It is reloadable and more expensive.
PPU 7.62×39 ammo runs about $0.75/round or $15 per box of 20. It is great ammunition for hunting or target practice.
American Eagle 7.62×39 ammunition is American made and features Federal brass cases. This ammo is reloadable. It features FMJ bullets and boxer non-corrosive primers. It’s excellent quality.
American Eagle 7.62×39 ammo runs about $0.95/round or $19 per box of 20. That’s almost a dollar per round….yikes!
If you are shooting a semi auto like the AK-47 or one of its variants then the Russian steel cased ammo is perfect. These rifles are made to shoot steel cased ammo and have been doing so for 60+ years. The AK-47 will shoot any ammo available. It’s not picky and is extremely reliable.