20rds - .223 Prvi Partizan 75gr. BTHP Match Ammo


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  • 1 Review(s)
  • Manufacturer Prvi Partizan Ammunition
  • Condition New
  • Bullet Weight 75 Grain
  • Bullet Type Hollow-Point Boat Tail (HP-BT)
  • Use Type Match Shooting
  • Casing Type Brass
  • Quantity 20
  • Ammo Caliber 223 Remington
  • Manufacturer SKU PPM2232
  • Primer Type Boxer
  • Muzzle Velocity 2723
  • Muzzle Energy 1234
  • UPC Barcode 8605003804109
  • Cost Per Round $0.60/ppr

Prvi Partizan Ammunition 75 Grain Hollow-Point Boat Tail (HP-BT) Ammo Details

.223 Prvi Partizan 75 Grain BTHP Match Ammo – 20 Rounds

Prvi Partizan, one of the largest modern ammunition companies in the world, is in Užice, Serbia. The company is best known for supplying ammunition for the Serbian military and police forces. Also, manufacturing quality sporting and hunting loads, Prvi Partizan ammunition is currently sold world-wide and is available for civilian use.

This package contains 20 rounds of Prvi Partizan .223 Remington ammunition. Each round is loaded with a 75 grain match grade boat tail hollow point projectile. Delivering surprising long-range accuracy, though designed for precision shooting at both short and long distances, these loads work well for everything from serious match competition to casual backyard plinking.

This ammunition is new production, boxer primed, non-corrosive, and features reloadable brass cases. Leaving the muzzle at a velocity of 2723 feet per second, these rounds produce 1234 foot pounds of muzzle energy.

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  • ☆☆☆☆☆

    posted on by peggy foster

    It is said that every weapon is different regardless if of same design and make. I have two M and P 15's, one with a barrel twist of 1 and 8 and another with a 1 and 9. My 1 and 9 twist loves this stuff. My one and eight spits it back at me. And it seems not to burn so dirty and is a clean looking round and I inspected the rounds before I fired and every shooter should check ammunition for defects because it can happen to the best.<br />
    Let me explain the issue with my 1 and 8 twist that I had. I loaded 10 rounds<br />
    into a PROMAG 20 round mag. The first three rounds fired and then I had 2 rounds that misfired and the projectiles recessed into the cartridge. Then I had rounds that kept double feeding. I switched out to a PMAG 20 round, reloaded the remaining 10 rounds. I had one round that when it was loaded into the chamber, the bolt caught it midway and indented the cartridge to the point that it had to be taken out of service. I still had issues with double feeding. I fired ten remaining ten rounds.<br />
    Saturday, using the same PMAG 20 round MAG and the M and P with the 1 and 9 barrel twist, I loaded 20 rounds, fired and had one issue of a misfeed. reloaded that round, and it fired.<br />
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    I would buy this again, but only for my second M & P.

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