1120 Round yugo 7.62×39 ammo crate Non-magnetic Copper FMJ Brass Case Corrosive Yugoslavian Surplus Ammo on SKS Stripper Clips in the original wood crate for sale at Ammomarch.com. This ammo is mostly 1970s vintage Yugoslavian with a chance at some other odd years in the mix. Yugoslavian 762×39 is some of the finest surplus ammo in this caliber and features brass cases, Berdan corrosive primers and projectiles that are copper jacketed lead core and totally non-magnetic for range-safe shooting at most indoor ranges.
If you were looking for the best surplus 7.62×39 Ammunition for your AK-47 then the Yugoslavian is one of the best choices because it is true mil-spec, sealed primer and projectile, brass case, and just a tad hotter of a load than the typical steel case options. We opened and inspected each crate to make sure the metal liner inside appears to be sealed, 99.9% of this ammo should be in a metal liner that is fully sealed but there is an extremely small chance that an opened tin slipped past us in the check process.
Expect the crate handles to be broken, this ammo is 40 years old and has been handled and shipped around the world, the crates are not going to be like new condition, but the ammo inside them will be like new. Packed 40 rounds of ammo per box on 10 round SKS stripper clips, 1120 rounds per crate.
In the 1960s Yugoslavia experimented with new bullet designs to produce a round with a superior wounding profile, speed, and accuracy to the M43. The M67 projectile is shorter and flatter-based than the M43. This is mainly due to the deletion of the mild steel insert. This has the side effect of shifting the center of gravity rearward in comparison to the M43. This allows the projectile to destabilize nearly 17 cm (6.7 in) earlier in tissue.
This causes a pair of large stretch cavities at a depth likely to cause effective wound trauma. When the temporary stretch cavity intersects with the skin at the exit area, a larger exit wound will result, which takes longer to heal. Additionally, when the stretch cavity intersects a stiff organ like the liver, it will cause damage to that organ. However, the wounding potential of M67 is mostly limited to the small permanent wound channel the bullet itself makes, especially when the bullet yaws