Prvi Partizan - Full Metal Jacket - 174 Grain 303 British Ammo - 20 Rounds
The .303 British rifle round was initially a black powder cartridge that was re issued as a smokeless round in 1891. This rimmed cartridge was copied by the Japanese for a few of their small arms in World War II, leading to logistical nightmares for that countries forces, but for the British and Commonwealth forces, it was the standard rifle and machinegun round for over 60 years. Enfield "Smelly" users adore the round for its hard hitting performance in perhaps the best battle rifle in the world through two World Wars and countless other conflicts where the British Empire had been present. The 158 grain full metal jacket round by Partizan has a muzzle velocity of about 2700 feet per second with over 2500 foot pounds of energy. It is ideal for use in your old Enfield for range time.
The Serbian produce PRVI Partizan has been in the business of munitions making since 1922 in the then nation of Yugoslavia. PRVI adopted the name Partizan after World War II for its involvement in the resistance to the German occupation. Brass cased and boxer primed, reloaders love PRVI for the ability to reuse cases for this increasingly hard to get round.