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    Default Experience w/ Yugoslovian .223 Ammo

    Has anyone had any experience with Yugoslovian .223 ammunition and, if so, what were the results? Was it extremely dirty, accurate, etc?

    Thanks in advance...
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    The brass cased '95 stamped is clean, consistant and accurate outta my AK.....great to 250 yards with the meager open sights.

    I would buy more if I found it to buy.
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    I shoot that in my 7x57 w/175 grain bullets. About 2400 fps and 3/4" for 5 shots at 100 yards. I like the stuff! Bought 500 rds years ago when it was about 10 cents/rd. Brass works well for reloading too. J.

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    Thanks for the feedback, Guys. I found some for a good price and considering it for my AR-15. However, did the ammo leave your rifle very dirty in comparison to other ammo, namely Wolf, Fiochi, Federal, etc.?

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