|Bullet Weight||123 Grain|
|Bullet Type||Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)|
|Muzzle Velocity (fps)||2405|
|Muzzle Energy (ft lbs)||1580|
|Cost Per Round||73.3¢ to 86.7¢ per round|
This round is made in Bosnia and Herzegovina by a company that was founded in 1950. Its 123 grain FMJ has a hard lead-antimony core, with a tombac jacket to even further immunize it against the kind of deformation which weakens shot groups. (Tombac is just a five dollar word for brass.) This bullet’s going to punch a big hole into any target be it paper or living, but it won’t back up its terminal performance with any expansion to speak of.
Igman’s ammo offers even more value because it is reloadable! That’s right, the Eastern European manufacturer exclusively loads new brass cases with non-corrosive Boxer primers, which are sealed for added longevity in storage. You’ll definitely want more than one box of these beauts!