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7.62x39 123 gr.

The SDR (Simulated Duty Round) training round is fully lead free from primer to projectile which is loaded with the most clean burning and consistent powders in the industry.

Benefits

  • Frangible
  • Recoil Similar to Duty Rounds
  • Accurate
  • Sure Reliability

Details

  • Caliber: 7.62x39
  • Bullet Weight: 123 gr.
  • Muzzle Velocity: 2230 fps
  • Rounds Per Case: 500
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Ballistic Data

Tabular trajectory data at Std.ICAO Atmosphere
Gun / Ammunition: 7.62 x 39 (.308) Russ.
Bullet Type: .310, 123, Sinterfire SF7.62x39 NTP
Bullet Weight: 125 grains or 8.10 Grams
Muzzle Velocity: 2230 fps
Twist Length: 11.0 in. (RH)
Gyro. Stability: 1.85
Crosswind Speed: 0.0 Mph
Ballistic Coefficient(s) (G1):

C1_1=0.216@V>0 fps;


Table of Various Zero Ranges - Trajectory Path to LOS in inches
Range 50 yd. 100 yd. 150 yd. 200 yd. 250 yd. 300 yd. 350 yd. 400 yd. 450 yd. 500 yd.
50 Yd. Zero X -0.1 -2.7 -8.4 -17.5 -31.2 -50.0 -75.2 -107.4 -147.4
100 Yd. Zero 0.0 X -2.6 -8.2 -17.3 -30.9 -49.8 -74.9 -107.1 -147.1
150 Yd. Zero +0.9 +1.7 X -4.7 -12.9 -25.7 -43.6 -67.9 -99.2 -138.3
200 Yd. Zero +2.1 +4.1 +3.5 X -7.0 -18.6 -35.4 -58.4 -88.6 -126.5
250 Yd. Zero +3.5 +6.9 +7.8 +5.6 X -10.2 -25.5 -47.2 -75.9 -112.5
300 Yd. Zero +5.2 +10.3 +12.8 +12.4 +8.5 X -13.7 -33.6 -60.7 -95.5
350 Yd. Zero +7.1 +14.2 +18.7 +20.2 +18.2 +11.7 X -18.0 -43.1 -76.0
400 Yd. Zero +9.4 +18.7 +25.5 +29.2 +29.5 +25.2 +15.7 X -22.9 -53.5
450 Yd. Zero +11.9 +23.8 +33.1 +39.4 +42.2 +40.5 +33.5 +20.3 X -28.1
500Yd. Zero +14.7 +29.4 +41.5 +50.6 +56.2 +57.3 +53.2 +42.8 +25.3 X
                     
145 yd. PB Zero +0.8 +1.5 -0.3 -5.2 -13.5 -26.3 -44.4 -68.7 -100.2 -139.4
 
Velocity (fps.) 2045.9 1870.3 1706.7 1554.0 1414.0 1291.8 1187.6 1104.8 1041.0 990.6
Energy (ft.lbs.) 1161.7 970.8 808.4 670.2 554.9 463.2 391.4 338.7 300.8 272.3
Deflection (in.) 0.0 0.1 0.3 0.5 0.8 1.2 1.8 2.5 3.3 4.4
Time (sec.) 0.070 0.146 0.231 0.324 0.424 0.535 0.657 0.788 0.928 1.075

Velocity

Total Drop vs Line of Bore

Trajectory Height vs Line of Sight

Trajectory Height vs Line of Target

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