When it comes to bullets, every shooter knows that quality and precision are non-negotiable. That's why we've developed Berry's Superior Plated Bullets®—the epitome of excellence in the world of firearms and ammunition. Crafted meticulously with a swaged lead core, these bullets are electroplated with copper, eliminating any lead exposure. They are re-struck to meet precise specifications, ensuring that each bullet offers optimal performance in every round. Whether you're firing a rifle or a light machine gun, expect incredible accuracy, minimal recoil, and consistent results. These bullets are the perfect fit for indoor ranges and are a top choice for shooting enthusiasts across the United States and beyond.
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The Perfect Bullet for Your AK-47
The AK-47, designed by Mikhail Kalashnikov and officially known as the Avtomat Kalashnikov, is a masterpiece of Soviet engineering. But even this legendary rifle needs the right bullets to showcase its full potential. That's where Berry's Superior Plated Bullets® come into play.
Our bullets are specially crafted for high muzzle velocity, making them an ideal match for your AK-47 rifle or AK-74M. The balanced recoil compensation ensures that you can maintain a steady spray pattern, essential for both short and long-range engagements.
Whether you're wielding a Kalashnikov rifle or another type of rifle chambered in 7.62 x 39mm, these bullets offer unmatched versatility. They're not just for rifles; they're also suitable for various light machine guns.
Precision and Accuracy
The forward grip of an AK-47 can sometimes affect recoil and, in turn, accuracy. Our bullets come with a unique design that aids in recoil compensation, allowing for a more stable and accurate shooting experience. This ensures that you hit vital organs when it's absolutely necessary, reducing the chance of unnecessary damage.
Commitment to Excellence
Our commitment goes beyond just providing high-quality ammo. We pride ourselves on offering the best bullets for a range of firearms, ensuring that whether you're using an AK-47, a machine gun, or a sniper rifle, you're always equipped in the best way possible.
Berry's Superior Plated Bullets® are the ideal bullets for your AK-47, offering a blend of protection, accuracy, and adaptability that's hard to beat.
History of 7.62 x 39mm Bullets
7.62 x 39mm bullets are synonymous with the AK-47, the iconic assault rifle designed by Mikhail Kalashnikov. Officially known as the Avtomat Kalashnikov, the AK-47, and its variants have fired this versatile round since its inception. Originally developed for Soviet service, this cartridge has gone on to see global adoption, making it one of the most widely used bullets in the world.
Developed in Russia during the late 1940s, the 7.62 x 39mm cartridge was part of the Soviet Union's push to standardize ammunition across its military. While initially designed for the AK-47, this bullet also found its way into other firearms like the SKS and the RPD machine gun. Its steel core design allowed for effective penetration, ensuring that it could cause significant damage even when faced with steel doors or bullet-resistant glass.
After its introduction in Soviet service, the 7.62 x 39mm quickly gained traction in the developing world and conflict zones. Its capabilities in terms of bullet-proof protection and effective damage made it a favored choice in the United States and other countries. During its journey, this bullet has seen various changes, including the introduction of a soft bullet variant designed to minimize gunshot injuries and wounds.
Legacy and Modern Use
In terms of protection, the 7.62 x 39mm stands out for its unique features. Bullet necklaces featuring this cartridge are not uncommon, signifying its cultural impact. With new advancements in recoil compensation technology, the 7.62 x 39mm continues to evolve while maintaining its legacy of reliability and effectiveness.
Bullet O.A.L.: .796"
Cartridge Name: 7.62x39mm
Cartridge O.A.L.: 2.150"
Max Velocity: 2400 fps
- Load data for our Superior Plated Bullets® can be found in any manual or on any powder manufacturer’s website.
- Cast or jacketed data with the same grain weight and profile will work with our bullets.
- You can use a taper or a roll crimp.
- Don’t over crimp the brass after seating. This causes bullet core separation, leading to increased copper fouling and accuracy issues.
- Don’t exceed the recommended maximum velocities listed. This creates bullet core separation and accuracy issues.