Bosnia and Herzegovina: The country so nice they named it twice! This Balkan nation is home to Igman, a majority state-owned ammo manufacturer which ships their ammo to more than one quarter of the countries on earth – including America, the only country that matters.
Here’s a whole case of the 7.62×39 ammunition that’s so popular in Igman’s neck of the woods. This is the most fundamental kind of 7.62 you can purchase for your AK-47 or SKS rifle: M67 ball, with a 123 grain FMJ that is loaded to a 2,550 fps muzzle velocity. Igman’s bullet features a lead antimony core and copper-zinc alloy jacket. It’ll give you target-grade accuracy, slam your target with plenty of energy, and most importantly fail to attract a magnet.
No steel to be found anywhere in Igman’s cases, either. These are military-grade brass cases, hot off the press and ready to cycle through your rifle like there’s no tomorrow. (And if you’re keeping up with the news these days, then it looks like that might actually be the case.) Non-corrosive Boxer primers and clean-burning spherical smokeless propellant are the finishing touches any reloadable range loads need!