|Bullet Weight||124 Grain|
|Bullet Type||Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)|
|Cost Per Round||34.1¢ per round|
Based in Bosnia and Herzegovina in Eastern Europe, Igman exports 100 percent of the ammo they produce to the foreign market. They’re especially proud to supply to Americans, and we’re happy to shoot their well-made ammo as well. This 7.62x39 cartridge features a 124 grain M87 ball projectile, which Yugoslavia developed in the 1960s. It has no steel insert and is non-magnetic, and is designed to destabilize quickly in soft tissue to exacerbate its terminal effect. We expect you’ll make best use of the full metal jacketed bullet at the range, where it will keep your rifle’s bore cleaner as you fire away.
This round has a brand new brass casing, but it has still got Europe’s Berdan primer. That makes it slightly more economical to manufacture, but at the tradeoff of being non-reloadable. The contents of this case are hermetically sealed, so you can count on their potency for a long time coming.