Comrades! Have you every wondered how those Russian snipers got such high kill counts in WW2? Through hard work, perseverance, marksmanship, perhaps a touch of inflated counts for propaganda, and the certain knowledge that if you failed in your mission your own government would surely put a bullet in your head! Oh, and they relied on the 7.62x54R cartridge in their Mosin-Nagant rifles!
Now you can feed your Mosin with your own handloads using these primed cases pulled from loaded ammo. These are very nice, lacquered steel cases. Some of them show a little rust around the case mouth from storage, but we haven’t found any serious corrosion.
As always with pulled cases, we recommend that you run them through your sizing die (with the decapping pin removed) to resize the case neck to get uniform case neck tension on the bullet.