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7.62x39 for survival
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  1. Military Weapons Forum
    Does any forum member have an AR15 in 7.62x39, has it been reliable for you & IF so how many rounds through it? What Barrel/BCG/Magazines are you running? I've been reading/been told that in a 7.62x39 AR15 the Bolt/Magazines are the key to getting reliability. I have everything needed to...
  2. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I have been debating between the SKS, Mosin Nagant, Enfield, and Mauser. I have made my choice. I'm getting the SKS. My decision came down to several factors, but the primary one is the availability of ammunition. I like the 7.62x39 because it is used in the SKS and the AK-47 (which not too...
  3. Firearms General Discussion
    If you were going to pick a .30 caliber rifle for a SHTF situation, which one would it be? The contestants are: 7.62×39, 30-30, 308 and the 30-06. Lets take a look at each of those calibers, and what rifles their currently available in. For the sake of discussion, the 30-06 is the largest...
  4. Military Weapons Forum
    There is a lot of debate as to the which is the better survival cartridge. These two cartridges are mentioned more than anyother in a apples ot apples comparision but really is is apples ot oranges. Simply it is the 5.56 has greater effective range is flater shooting and has faster ballistics...
  5. Military Weapons Forum
    The WASR-10 AK-47 is a Romanian variant of the Russian AK-47 rifle. The rifles uses a receiver made in the USA, unlike the SAR series that use a Romanian made receiver. The equivalents with Russian models are: * AKM: WASR-10 (7.62×39) * AK-74: WASR-2 (5.45×39) * AK-101: WASR-3 (5.56×45)...
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