7.62x39 Caliber (.310) 123gr FB Tipped Varmageddon® Bullet (100ct)

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7.62x39 Caliber (.310) 123 Grain Varmageddon FB Tipped (100ct)

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Varmageddon™ 7.62x39 123gr Tipped Bullet w/ Cannelure (100ct)

Nosler's Varmageddon™ bullets are designed in both Hollow Point and Tipped variants, designed for optimum expansion and flight characteristics. The bullet jacket has been engineered for violent expansion, and the special lead alloy and copper alloy components combine together to create the best Varmint bullet we have to offer.
Minimum Velocity: 1600 fps
Maximum Velocity: Unlimited
Bullet Info


1. Hollow Point

Designed for optimum flight and expansion characteristics.

2. Metallic Black Polymer Tip

Nestled in the jacket mouth is the streamlined polymer tip.

3. Ultra-Thin Jacket Mouth

Assures violent expansion at either end of the velocity scale.

4. Varmint Jacket Wall Design

The uniform, gradual thickening at the bullet's mid-section is designed to keep the Varmageddon® bullet together until impact -- at any velocity.

5. Flat Base

Bench rest accuracy out of a varmint bullet.



Varmageddon™ Bullet Informational Video

Varmageddon™ Ballistic Gel Test Video

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Box Qty. 100
Caliber 7.62
Grain 123
Bullet Type Varmageddon
Manufacturer Nosler
Manufacturer Part Number 34056
Diameter 0.310
Ballistic Coefficient (BC) 0.304
Overall Length (OAL) (in.) 0.950
Sectional Density (SD.) 0.183
Base Flat
Factory Type No

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  • Great Bullet!
    Review by CS / (Posted on 3/18/2018)
    I followed the Nosler Guide and ladder tested different powders. Worked up several nice loads for each powder using my AR47. Ended up with at least .70 MOA at 200 yards using a basic rifle. I will be buying more of these bullets.
  • AR-15 Accurate
    Review by WFA / (Posted on 4/27/2017)
    You'd sell a whole lot more if you kept them in stock! I've shot about 750 of these through my three 7.62x39 uppers, the least accurate of which puts them into 1.5 MOA, the other two run in the MOA range, but I've only tested at 50 and 100 yards. The function has been 100% when loaded to recommended COL in ASC 10 and 20 rd magazines (I have not tried other manufacturers).

    My limited expansion testing in water jugs indicates expansion is truly varmint "unfriendly"!