.220 Russian, Russian Production , 1 Cartridge not a box
OUT OF STOCK, .220 Russian or 5.6×39 Russian , Russian Production, Please Click on Picture or Title for more Details.
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Out of StockOne Cartridge not a Box, .220 Russian or 5.6×39 Russian , Russian Production, copper coated case with “T 67″ Head/Stamp” from “Running Deer Box” , FMJ (Full Metal Jacket) projectile. History of the 220 Russian or 5.6x39mm:The .220 Russian (5.6x39mm) cartridge was developed in 1961 by necking down the 7.62x39mm (AK-47) cartridge and designated for small to medium game hunting in Russia and in the running deer competition.It was later used in Finland and produced by SAKO and Lapua by 1965.From a Russian SSSR USSR publication: Velocity for a 43.2 grain projectile is 3,379 to 3,487 feet per second; +at 25 metersenergy is 1,099 to 1,164 foot pounds. The 6mm PPC Benchrest cartridge was a wildcat made from the 220 Russian