I have five tins of the stuff but I haven't opened any yet. When I spoke to my rep at Century he told me over the phone that it was Albanian and brass case. I found out later that it is steel case and Russian. The tins are in such nice condition that I've decided to keep them sealed and shoot some of my older ammo first...You like it better than the russian 1980's light ball ?
I've fired a lot of the 1980's Yugo brass cased ammo. It's heavy ball and I've found it to be very accurate in most of my rifles and carbines. It's my favorite 7.62x54r and the brass seems to be very good quality but unfortunately they use an odd sized berdan primer. I still save the brass just in case.Have you guys tried any of the Yugo brass cased ammo? If you did how was the performance?
duh!... I liked it better at $75 a case compared to today's price at $300.
You're comparing apples to oranges.You're comparing old , probably repacked ammo to modern light ball surplus.Duh.I do like it better than the russ I don't know why i don't like the russ i think it's because the russ can be good sometimes and not so good the next time. I have had old cans of the russ thats been really bad splits and duds.