|Bullet Type||90-grain jacketed steel core|
|Cartridge Overall Length||24.0 mm|
|MV (ft/s)||Std Dev (ft/s)||ME (ft-lbs)||
Fired from East German Makarov
This is the standard copper-colored stuff that one sees (or at least, used to see)
at gun shows, you local store, etc. Typically it comes in a green box and may or
may not be corrosive (See Makarov FAQ on how to clean after
shooting corrosive ammo).
The muzzle velocity shows what is typical for Makarov bullets and the standard deviation gives a clue about the quality and consistency of manufacture.
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