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7.62x39mm Soviet is one of, if not the most common military rifle cartridge in the world. Developed by the Soviets after World War 2, it was first widely used in the Simonov SKS rifle and two years later the AK-47 assault rifle, the latter guaranteeing its place in firearms history. In NMRiH, 7.62x39mm Soviet comes in boxes at a minimum of 1 and a maximum of 20 rounds per box. As a cartridge 7.62x39mm Soviet ammunition has a high damage output and medium-high range performance.
7.62x39mm Soviet ammunition is used in the following weapons:
Simonov SKS - a maximum of 10 rounds per magazine.