In the 1960’s Yugoslavia experimented with new bullet designed to cause increased wounding capabilities, accuracy and speed to the then existing M43 round that was in use. This was done mainly due to taking out the mild steel insert. This has the side effect of shifting the center of gravity rearward in comparison to the M43 and allows the projectile to destabilize nearly 17 cm (6.7 in) earlier in tissue. The Yugo 7.62×39 M67 ammunition caused a pair of large stretch cavities at a depth likely to cause effective wound trauma and also a larger exit wound will result, which takes longer to heal. When a stiff organ like the liver is hot, it will cause severe damage to that organ. However, the wounding potential of 7.62×39 M67 round is mostly limited to the small permanent wound channel the bullet itself makes, especially when the bullet yaws (tumbles). Yugoslavian military surplus M67 7.62×39 ammunition for sale for the Yugoslavian Zastava SKS M59/66 PAP rifles .
Yugoslavian Military Surplus M67 7.62×39 SKS Stripper Clips Ammunition
Yugoslavian military surplus M67 7.62×39 SKS stripper clips ammunition 124 gr FMJ, brass case, Berdan primed, and a copper jacketed bullet, in their original wooden crates. Each box comes with four (4) SKS rifle stripper clips. This 7.62×39 ammunition is corrosive.
This Yugoslavian military surplus M67 7.62×39 ammo is military surplus, stored in a military depot since its production in the 1980’s. Yugoslavian military surplus M67 7.62×39 ammunition for sale for the Yugoslavian Zastava SKS M59/66 PAP rifles .
• Manufactured in Yugoslavia by Igman Arsenal.
• 40 rounds per box, on SKS stripper clips (1120 rounds per hermetically sealed tin case).
• Annealed brass case.
• Lead core copper jacketed bullet.
• No Steel anywhere. Non magnetic.
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