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    YUGO M48. Bullet Choice?

    Hello all.

    A while since Iv'e been on the Forum to my shame. I would look forward to your opinions on Bullet choice for the M48.
    A local dealer has 196Grn .323 and 185 Grn .322. I have not slugged the bore, and hoped not to, given I'm told that these Rifles were made to tight tolerances and differ little.

    If members could pass on any experience I would be grateful.

    Cheers.

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    I always used the .323 from Sellier&Bellot.
    Good ammo for the K98kicon.
    I think the Yogo should not differ much, if at all, concerning ammo.
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    I've used the PRVI 196gr FMJBT bullets in mine and they work very well.
    I've also cast some .323" 185 gr gas checked bullets but it's winter here and I'm feeling too old to go outside these days. I expect they will work adequately over a charge of AA 5744

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    Hi Pals.
    My thoughts were with the .323 and as it goes, it is PRVI 196 Grn Bullet thats on offer. I'm told they closely match the originals.

    Thanks as always for your replies and advice.

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    Go ahead and enjoy
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    Cheers Sir.



    Look forward to trying them out. Thanks for your time.

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