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8mm Mauser - 198 Grain FMJ - Yugoslavian Military Surplus - 15 Rounds

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Quantity - 15 rounds per box
Manufacturer - Yugoslavian Military Surplus
Bullets - 198 grain full metal jacket (FMJ)
Casings - Berdan-primed brass
Manufacturer Yugoslavian Military Surplus
Condition New
Bullet Weight 198 Grain
Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)
Ammo Casing Brass
Quantity 15
Ammo Caliber 8mm Mauser (8x57mm JS)
Manufacturer SKU AM3019
Primer Type Berdan
UPC Barcode R020420193328
Use Type
Range Training
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We can tell you pretty confidently that the opportunities to acquire Yugoslavian military surplus ammunition are finite. That’s one of many natural outcomes when a country disintegrates in 1992. If you’re after a hard working 8mm Mauser cartridge for a very reasonable price, and one that’s fairly unique as well for that matter, then you’ve come to the right place.

This round sports a 198 grain projectile with a full metal jacket, so it will prevent bore fouling in order to preserve your rifle’s accuracy. This round has got a brass casing with very uniform dimensions, although its Berdan primer more or less precludes it from handloading. Its primer is corrosive as well, so you’d be well advised to make good use of this cost-effective ammunition sooner rather than sitting on it for a rainy day.

The Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia used the 8mm Mauser (also known as the 7.92×57mm Mauser) for military service following the Second World War. The round saw extensive use during the Yugoslav Wars, although it has also been popular for sporting purposes throughout the Western world since its introduction in the early 20th century.
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