1120rds – 7.62x39 Yugoslavian Military Surplus 123gr. FMJ Ammo *CORROSIVE*

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Yugoslavian Surplus 123 Grain Full Metal Jacket (FMJ) Ammo Details

Yugoslavia hasn’t been a country since 1992, which is why we’re completely confident when we say this military surplus 7.62x39 ammunition is at least 30 years old. But it remains a great solution for poking at targets with an AK-47, and you’re not going to find cooler packaging than this ammo’s wooden crate! (Even if it is a little worse for wear after so many years in storage.)

Each cartridge is loaded with a 123 grain Yugoslavian-style M67 full metal jacket projectile. It is shorter and possesses a flatter base than the original M43 bullet design – two features which help the M67 bullet to tumble around immediately following penetration of soft tissue. Its potential combat advantages aside, the M67’s greatest perk is its lack of any steel. Here is a round that can’t attract a magnet!

This sealed crate of ammo stores 28 boxes of ammo, each of which contains four 10-round stripper clips. Two important caveats with this ammo. First, it is corrosive. You must follow special steps while cleaning your rifle or else rust will destroy it. Second, it is Berdan-primed. That makes its brass cases all but impossible to reload, so you may as well leave them behind.
  • Manufacturer
    Yugoslavian Surplus
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  • Bullet Weight
    123 Grain
  • Use Type
    Range Training
  • Casing Type
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