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About This Igman Ammunition 7.62 x 39 AmmunitionDoes your AK-47 hunger for nonmagnetic 7.62x39 range loads? Let it hunger no longer! Igman, a primarily government-owned ammo manufacturer located in the Baltic nation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, cranks out precisely the ammo that any AK needs to do its thing.
This cartridge’s 123 grain FMJ bullet is made of exactly two parts: a lead core, which is made stronger by antimony so it can’t deform during ignition, and a gilding metal jacket (which itself is made of tombac, an economical alloy of copper and zinc). None of these metals can attract a magnet, making these bullets ready to rock at all public and private ranges. The FMJ cannot expand as it digs into soft tissue, but ammo like this has certainly proven itself effective enough during combat over the past 70 or so years!
Unlike the 7.62x39 you’re accustomed to seeing from Russia, Igman’s cartridges exclusively feature new brass cases. They’ll help to keep more fouling out of your rifle, not to mention become reloadable the second they’ve ejected from the chamber. This new production, non-corrosive, Boxer-primed ammo will not rust up your rifle if you fail to give it a special cleaning once you get it back home.
|Ammo Caliber||7.62 x 39|
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