Yugo Surplus M67 7.62x39 124gr. FMJ Copper-Jacketed, Lead-Core, NON-Corrosive, Brass Cased - 15 rd. Box
Factory "reworked" (at the IGMAN plant) Yugo surplus M67, brass cased (berdan primed) with Non-Corrosive, Sealed Primers (see pics) and blank head stamps.
Reworked (new powder, new brass but with no head stamp as well as with non-corrosive primers instead of the original corrosive primers) ammo with Lead Core/Copper Jacketed projectiles (NO steel in either core or jacket, WILL NOT attract a magnet).
This ammo is true milspec 7.62x39 with sealed primer, case and bullet, as well as with annealed cases. Unlike so much of the world's surplus 7.62x39 ammo, Yugo M67 has always been only copper jacketed, lead core (we have had actual surplus, standard old corrosive M67 years ago) for this basic ball round but with corrosive primers. This rare batch of actually importable surplus 7.62x39 AK/SKS ammo is an excellent find for great military grade sealed ammo and in original cans (if purchased in the spam can) BUT without the problem of corrosive priming.
Ammo is loose in 15rd boxes. 2014 year of (reworked) manufacture.
This is a limited batch. So when it's gone it's gone.
- Caliber: 7.62x39mm
- Bullet Weight: 124 Grain
- Bullet Style: Full Metal Jacket (FMJ), Copper Jacketed, Lead Core (will NOT attract a magnet)
- Bullet Casing: BRASS (no headstamp)
Bullet Primer: Berdan, NON-Corrosive
- Muzzle (Velocity): TBD fps. (we're going to test it ourselves)
- Muzzle (Energy): TBD ft. lb.
- 15rd box
- Yugoslavian manufacture, Reworked by IGMAN
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Great ammo at a great price!!!
WORKS VERY WELL IN MY FAXON BARREL. THANKS
Exactly what I expected, boxes are strong enough to survive shipping too
After ordering more of this ammunition, I feel an addendum to my previous review is necessary. In this latest shipment of this ammunition, upon close inspection, I found a total of 8 rounds out of 150 which are the older M67 style CORROSIVE round or convex in appearance primers. I indeed confirmed that those few rounds are corrosive with the same test, detonating them onto bare steel nails sheet steel. By the following morning, flakes of red rust had formed in all of the round,convex style samples. That said, I also re-tested some of the flat style, and the steel remained bright and shiny as before, proving them to be non corrosive. The 8 rounds of corrosive ammo was at random in several of the 15 round boxes. So, while this is still the best 7.62x39 for sale at the moment, keep an eye out for the primers that look distinctly different from the shallow seated, flat, more modern looking ones, and just to be safe, clean your firearms promptly after firing, including a hot water rinse, and it's all good!
This batch of M67 is some of the very best 7.62x39 ammunition available. Brass case, lead core, copper FMJ bullet designed to yaw quickly for effective terminal performance. These are neck sealed with asphalt (visible on pulled bullets) and the flat style berdan primers are sealed with red sealant. I confirmed that these are absolutely non corrosive by detonating a sample of 10 onto bare sheet steel and bare steel nails with ZERO rust or corrosion after 7 days at 80-100 percent humidity.(Portland OR rainy winter.) I also used some known corrosive Russian steel case 711 60 (klimovske factory 1960) along side these to validate the test, and those nails and sheet metal both had rust forming within 4 hours. These shoot extremely clean, chronographed at 2385 FPS from an 18 inch barrel Mini Thirty, had a low extreme spread and were very accurate. The brass cases are super high quality and reload nicely with the caveat of being berdan primed, which is not a concern for Me, having a good supply of the appropriate Tula KV24N primers (still occasionally available, all of the Tula, Wolf, PMC, and other brands are the same, made by Murom factory, Russia. In summary, get as many of these as you can afford, you won't be disappointed.