I will admit I have trouble with the forum search feature, so I apologize if these have been covered elsewhere.
The first is a GECO 7.62x39 “Match” FMJ, the label says “Target”, and has a picture of a Fox and some sort of bird, (I think I would not hunt birds with 7.62x39).
The description reads, in part [bold italics are mine]:
“Smooth recoil for fast shooting cycles, best feeding and function from all semi-auto rifles and no muzzle flash make it a first choice for all shooters.”
- Centerfire Rifle Rounds
- Caliber : 7.62 x 39mm
- Bullet Type : Full Metal Jacket
- Bullet Weight : 124 GR
- Muzzle Energy : 1665 ft lbs
- Muzzle Velocity : 2430 fps
- Rounds Per Box : 20
- Boxes Per Case : 50
The second is from “G9” [?] and is listed as an “External Hollow Point”, (technically correct to say three external hollow points?), that looks very much like the Ruger ARX round that came out about 5 or so years ago.
Solid Copper Machined Bullet