This round’s 147 grain bullet has enough powder behind it to reach a conventional muzzle velocity of 2,735 fps. The FMJ’s concentric jacket and ballistically efficient profile will help it to retain more velocity and resultant energy downrange, although a solid point bullet’s inability to deliver terminal expansion makes it a subpar solution for hunting. You may train with this ammo at all commercial ranges, however, as its bullets are made exclusively out of lead and gilding metal – on other words, no steel that could have drawn a magnet.
Igman’s factory fresh military-grade ammunition features brass cases. (These cases are not buffed up once they have been heat-treated, so they still wear cosmetic discoloration.) Igman’s Boxer primers make this ammo reloadable, and they are confirmed non-corrosive.
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