Prvi Partizan - Full Metal Jacket - 123 Grain 7.62X39 Ammo - 20 Rounds
Engagement experience in World War II showed that full sized rifle rounds were often unnecessary as distances were shorter. While submachine guns, using pistol caliber ammunition, were adequate for close range, intermediate range rifle rounds, using less powder than rifles and therefore more controllable in semi and full automatic modes, rose in demand. One of the most successful calibers to come from this realization is the 7.62x39mm. The 123 grain full metal jacket round by PRVU has a nominal muzzle velocity of 2396 feet per second with 1555 foot pounds of energy. This is designed for target shooting and competitions, and the brass cases make this a very good choice for the increasing number of sporting and bolt action rifles available in this caliber.
In 1922 PRVI became the primary munitions supplier for the newly created nation of Yugoslavia. During World War II much of the company’s equipment was used by Tito’s partisan forces fighting against the German occupation, hence the addition of the name Partizan. Serbia’s recent relations with its neighbors shows a reliance upon its ammunition that is by extension a testament of its reliability: PRVI’s quality is demanded by the Serbian military and the same quality is available in its commercial export ammo. As always, PRVI brass is reloadable.