Igman’s 223 ammo and any semi-auto rifle will get along together like peas and carrots. This cartridge has the 223’s gold standard 55 grain projectile, loaded to a muzzle velocity of nearly three times the speed of sound to ensure reliable cycling and a flat trajectory. Igman’s FMJ bullet is made out of brass and lead, so it doesn’t attract a magnet, and their production facility is high-tech enough to crank out bullets with consistent weights, concentric jackets and uniform dimensions.
Igman has been in business since 1950, and during their decades in business they have amassed all the tech and experience they need to draw and taper fine brass cases. The reloadable shells are annealed at the factory without getting polished up afterward. They’re discolored toward their tips, but they’ll also expand to seal the chamber while promoting cleaner performance. This Bosnia and Herzegovina ammo is also Boxer-primed (non-corrosive, of course), so you can reload it.