Prvi Partizan ammo

Prvi Partizan ammo

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    Prvi Partizan ammo

    Anyone use this before? It's target ammo at best for me and found a nice price for it in 0.38 Super.

    Thanks .
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    Good stuff made in Serbia ..

    PPU ammo ..They make a lot of old weird stuff for c&r guns . If you shoot 303 and othere more then likly you will have a box or two around .

    Shoot with it no problms
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    They have been around since the 1920s so they are doing something

    Prvi Partizan Ammunition

    Again with any ammo you will hear either it is great stuff or it is crap .. I have more then a little bit in 223 and 7.62x39 and I think some pistol cal stuff..
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    I'm only familiar with their rifle ammo. Excellent stuff and nice reloadable brass.
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    Some of the Monarch ammo sold by Academy is Privi Partisan. I have had absolutely no problems with it.
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    This is what I needed to know. I'll be using this as practice/training course ammo . As usual, the knowledge pool is broad and deep.

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    I use the .32 (7.65) ammo from PPU in my Mauser HSc. The pistol is qute accurate with it.
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    I've only used it in an sks, never any issue.
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    Goes bang every time. I've shot a bunch in .38 spcl. A bit more dirty than most and has a odd smell (to me), but if I could find it a decent price I'd buy it for range ammo without a second thought.
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    I've shot in in 9mm and never had any issues.
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    PPU is not great, but good for a 10k surplus, just in case some lawmakers get stupid or we are faced with tyranny... which ain't a long-shot, these days.
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    Yep, seems to be good stuff. Their 7.5 Swiss is about as accurate as the GP11, with the advantage that it's boxer primed (reloadable). I've used their 9mm and .45 ACP and I'd rank them with Fiocchi and S&B for quality and cleanliness (= a few points higher than the US-made generics).
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    Quote Originally Posted by gasmitty View Post
    Yep, seems to be good stuff. Their 7.5 Swiss is about as accurate as the GP11, with the advantage that it's boxer primed (reloadable)...
    I still think you have too many K31's!
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