This ammo is made by Igman, which is based in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Although Eastern European, they still use brass shell casings which are gentler on a rifle’s chamber and resist corrosion better than steel. These rounds are Berdan primed, however, making them inconvenient for a handloader to work his magic on.
These rounds sport 124 grain FMJ projectiles. As M67 ball cartridges, their bullets are designed to inflict greater damage than the original M43 bullets that preceded them. The bullets are non-magnetic, so ranges shouldn’t have a problem with them, and their jackets will keep your rifle’s bore cleaner until you can treat it to a drink of Hoppe’s.
Our supplier has indicated that these are non-corrosive.
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