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Yugo Surplus Ammo...

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by spartanpride, Jan 3, 2010.

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  1. spartanpride

    spartanpride Member

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    I shot some in my Mini30, was a little sooty, smelled like Wolf or Bear but shot well no duds at all.
     
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    I just finished ny second case.

    No duds and it's plenty hot and accurate.

    Corrosive- if you live where it's wet and don't clean with water your guns will rust.

    BSW
     
  4. Uncle Mike

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    We sell tons of that stuff.

    IT IS CORROSIVE!

    It is 'old' , plenty of 'duds', as you say, but that is to be expected with ammo as old as this stuff. Probably 2 or 3 out of every 100 rounds or so wont go boom.

    I have shot many thousands of M67 through my Mausers, Yugo 48's, K98's and commercial brands. Accuracy is good, the brass is good, bullets are lead core, copper jacketed, boat-tail and 196 grains.
     
  5. spartanpride

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    Thanks a lot! Looks like I found some plinking ammo! ;)
     
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    Good plinking ammo-- just wash you gun out and relube when done...corrosive ammo is GTG in my book..
     
  7. Average Joe

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    Great ammo, I buy it all the time...
     
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