- 7.62mm Russian Nagant
MIL-SURP AMMO 7.62 NAGANT 108gr FMJFN 14/bx 78/can
- Manufactured in Russia 1977 through 1979.
- Brass case, berdan primed, corrosive, steel-core bullet.
- 14 rounds per box, 78 boxes (1092 rounds) per sealed tin.
Read 10 Reviews - Average Rating: 5 stars
By Kevin W.
on Nov 26, 2015
Awesome ammo and fast shipping
By P L.
on Aug 06, 2015
Fantastic ammo, fast shipping.
Great Nagant Ammunition
By Brian H.
on May 23, 2015
First off, let me say I am very pleased with Graf's shipping, as from the time of order to the time received, was a little over 24 hours. I will be ordering from this company again.
Second, this Nagant ammunition the right "stuff" for the Nagant revolvers. I do not own a chronograph, but I can tell it's more accurate and powerful than the Fiocchi I was running through them. I have a 1944 Tula and a 1945 Izhevsk.
7.62 Nagant Ammo
By Nathen P.
on Feb 26, 2015
Fast S&H & the ammo was in great condition for being almost 40 years old & a great price.
By Anthony O.
on Feb 06, 2015
Looks great! Grafs came through with fast shipping. I can't hardly wait to get to the range! I will be back after more ammunition. Did I mention the great price ??? !
By Edward W.
on Jan 04, 2015
Quality surplus ammo. Corrosive but just clean after shooting. Quickly shipped and well packaged for a safe arrival.
Real Nagant ammo
By Bruce T.
on Feb 26, 2014
If you shoot a Nagant, this is the only ammo you should be using. Granted it is corrosive; just clean your weapon afterwards and you shall have no issues. The ammo is incredibly accurate (quite a bit more than the PRVI, as it is underpowered and has a drop after 25 yrds), and has a punch that other Nagant ammo simply does not have. Also, this ammo is cheaper. How can you beat that??!!
Nagant ammo mil surplus
By Ted B.
on Mar 23, 2013
Mine also ripped clean through 5 or six paperbacks!
Three reasons why this ammo is better that the PRVI (PPU) ammo: 1) it packs 108 gr instead of 98 gr powder, and 2) the flat point (FPJ) is a little "sharper" that the PPU, and 3. it's also less expensive. The only drawback I can see is that it's corrosive (the PPU is not). So I just clean the bore with Hoppes 9 after I shoot.
By Russell K.
on Mar 22, 2013
I was quite surprised by not only the accuracy but the power. I was shooting a fairly thick Northern Tool catalog and it went right through it and kicked up dust on the other side. This is a good buy. It also was not a dirty round. Nice ammo for my Nagant.
Nagant ammo with power
By Elijah L.
on Jun 09, 2012
Reliable and pretty clean burning. As accurate as the new production PRVI stuff. Shot out of a 1936 Nagant revolver, it averaged 824.8 fps. PRVI 98 grain ammo averaged 637.2 fps for comparison.
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