Welcome to the NEW Cheaper Than Dirt online store! Same great prices and availability, now optimized for your mobile phone!
| Next

Ammo 8mm Mauser Yugoslavian Surplus FMJ 196 Grain 900 Rounds Corrosive.

Ships from Warehouse 1
Typically ships the same business day when ordered before 4pm CST.
  • Non-returnable item. We will not accept any returns on this item.
We regret that this item is not available at this time.
Can we ship this to you?
This ammo is nice, clean, boxed ammo. Ammo Yugoslavian 7.92x57 Mauser or standard 8mm Mauser ammunition, 196 grain FMJ bullet, Berdan primed, sealed and stored in a military style ammo crate with original markings, 1950s manufacture. 900 rounds. Packed in 15 round boxes on strpper clips. This ammo is corrosive, make sure you clean your gun after use. 
Total number of Reviews: 8

Submit a review

5.0 5
"I shoot this ammo in my sporterized Yugo M48 Mauser. Shoots great I can sometime get 1.5\" groups if I try hard enough. For 12 cents a round you can't get cheaper 8mm Mauser ammo."
1.0 5
"My son and I went out this weekend to shoot his 8mm Mauser, and only one of the 45 bullets we tried fired. Don't know if this is typical of this vintage ammo, but I won't be back."
4.0 5
"This Yugo Stuff is 2nd only to the Bulgarian in greatness as far as non-Steel Core. I still prefer the Romanian Spam Can Stuff as my \"Emergency Reserve\" but for it's Price and the Range Issues, the Yugo is great. The Cartridges should be rubbed with a Cloth because little bits of Junk seems to accumulate on them.People that are having Failures is 99% of the Time is due to a weak Firing Spring. The Yugo Primers are recessed further than standard 8mm and thus will require a stronger Firing Pin Spring -usually got worn out in the Arsenal due to being stored cocked/unfired) that runs about 10 Bucks...Lastly, I like that my Wooden Crate still had the Inspection Form signed back in May 1955..."
4.0 5
"This is good accurate ammo out of my M24/47 mauser. Had a couple rounds fail to fire, but they worked when I tried again."
5.0 5
"1955 inspection certificate. 45 rounds through a Turkish Mauser, no failures so far. If you are using a surplus Mauser, especially one from 1940 like mine, replace the firing pin spring in your bolt. Mine was well over an inch shorter than the new spring. It's 55 year old ammo. It may need a stronger whack to go bang, and it certainly will have problems with 70 year old firing pin springs that have been under compression all that time. But if your rifle is up to spec, you'll be good. The springs are new Wolff springs."
2.0 5
"Was very excited when my large crate arrived form Fed Ex, I opened up the crate and it was still sealed from 1956. After breaking the seal, I pulled out four cardboard boxes of ammo (60 rounds) and headed off to the rifle range. I loaded up the stripper clip and guess what? Click. Click. Click. Bang! Bang! Yep only two of the three rounds worked. I examined the rounds and yes they were all firmly struck right where they were supposed to be in the center ( I even showed them later that day to my neighbor who not only reloads and makes custom hunting rifles, and is considered by most to be a gun expert). He said that they WERE faulty duds. I have since been back one more time and fired four more boxes. Out of the 120 rounds so far I have had 65 live rounds. That is a bout a 50% rate of success."
5.0 5
"Fired 180 rounds today and not one FTF in my RC German Mauser. I was a little worried about my spring not having enough force to prime the round but it was fine. Very accurate and for corrosive ammo this is probably the \"cleanest\" I've ever fired. Best price for 8mm around that I've seen and comes with stripper clips which is a nice little bonus. If you're REALLY concerned, I would buy a 15 round Yugo box at your local shop and try it out if all 15 fire buy this crate. 8MM MAUSER FOREVER!!"
5.0 5
"I just got a second case from CTD and I could not be happier. This ammo is the cheapest. It's non-magnetic so those picky ranges can't complain and I've yet to have a problem with these rounds. Most malfunctions are due to weak firing pin springs. Just get a new one if you has issues."