840rds – 7.62x39 Igman 123gr. FMJ Ammo


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Igman Ammunition 123 Grain Full Metal Jacket (FMJ) Ammo Details

Igman isn’t the best known ammo manufacturer, but they are a good one that has been in operation since 1950 and currently exports to dozens of countries around the world. You may not have expected your next case of 7.62x39 to come from Bosnia, but life is full of surprises!

Don’t mistake Igman’s 7.62x39 for the kind of stuff you’d get from Russian brands like Wolf, Tula or Barnaul. This ammo features nonmagnetic 123 grain full metal jacket projectiles. That’s right – the bullet’s tombac jacket is made of copper and zinc, neither of which are metals that can attract a magnet!

Igman takes their ammo’s quality one step further by loading new production brass cases. You can count on them to seal propellant residue out of the chamber, and thanks to their noncorrosive Boxer primers they are even reloadable. If you prefer sealed primers for added peace of mind while your ammo’s sitting in storage, then you’re going to like what you see when you open one of this case’s 56 boxes of cartridges!
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    Igman Ammunition
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    123 Grain
  • Use Type
    Range Training
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