Is older Barnaul 7.62 carosive?
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    Is older Barnaul 7.62 carosive?

    When I recieved my Mac 90 it came with quite a bit of Barnaul 7.62 x 39 HP hunting rifle ammo in 20 round boxes. The boxes don't state if it is carosive or not. Does anyone know if it's carosive and when it was sold. Should I save it for SHTF and use newer ammo for target practice.
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    That stuff is good to go, non-corrosive.

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    Some of the best from what Rob Ski says on the AK Operators Union 4774. He would know.

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    Thank you for the info I will shoot away.

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    Love the label of the 'cowboy' with a bolt action rifle.

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    Maybe like the mac90 it's the non-scary looking ammo, to confuse the libs.

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    I found a box of this last gun show I went to I had to have it just for the box haha

 

 

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