Bulgarian steel-cased ammo is similar to what you’re accustomed to seeing from Russia – but it is in fact higher-quality, as it’s generally more reliable and furthermore sealed around its necks and primers to protect against the deleterious effects of water infiltration. Here we have the classic 122 grain bimetal jacket bullet: certainly magnetic, but economical and still accurate enough to punch tight groups through range targets.
This ammo’s lower price tag is largely the product of its steel shell cases. They’re not reloadable, and they’re not as supple like brass so they can’t seal off the chamber as efficiently during ignition. But steel cases are perfect when you’re dealing with an AK’s violent extractor, and picking them up off your lawn is easy as pie when you have a big magnet. (We recommend a comically oversized horseshoe magnet like Wile E. Coyote would use.)
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