But it’s what’s inside the can that really counts. This can is topped off with 560 rounds of M80 ball ammo, the cartridge of choice for target shooting. (Although we typically only recommend expanding bullets for self-defense, our Army uses M80 ball ammo in combat and you could easily argue that they know what they’re doing.) Igman doesn’t save on production costs by gilding their FMJ bullets with steel. Lead-antimony cores with copper-zinc jackets are gentle on the barrel and nonmagnetic to boot.
The Bosnia and Herzegovina manufacturer also loads their own hardy brass cases, which you may reload yourself once you’ve freed them of their spent non-corrosive Boxer primers. The sealant surrounding those primers will protect these rounds from water even when they’re not stored in their big green ammo can!
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