Prvi Partizan - Jacketed Hollow Point - 71 Grain 32 Auto Ammo - 50 Rounds

Manufacturer
Prvi Partizan
Shell Length
No
Bullet Type
Jacketed Hollow-Point (JHP)

Out of stock

$0.32 per round

Details

.32 Automatic Colt Pistol (ACP) ammunition was John Browning’s first foray into the world of semi-automatic pistol cartridges. For simplicity’s sake, the straight walled 7.65mm cartridge – as the .32 is known in other countries – was designed to facilitate a direct, blow back designed pistol. The result is a great many pistols in this chamber built as police and civilian defensive pistols. Further, the caliber is well regarded as a very accurate round for close range. The 71 grain jacketed hollow point round by PRVI Partizan ha a muzzle velocity of 902 feet per second with 128 foot pounds of energy. This is one of the most defensive capable versions of the caliber for either older pistols or the few ultra-subcompact personal defense pistols of modern manufacture. There are also chamber conversions available to make several .30 caliber service rifles fire this round.

The Serbian manufacturer of PRVI, Partizan has been a state manufacturer of ammunition since 1922. The dependability and reliability of the provider for military purposes is well established both during World War II – when it was taken over by partisan forces fighting against the Nazi occupation – and then after during the Balkan conflicts of the 1990’s. Brass cases are boxer primed for reloading.

Additional information

  • Manufacturer Prvi Partizan
  • Condition New
  • Bullet Weight 71 Grain
  • Bullet Type Jacketed Hollow-Point (JHP)
  • Use Type Range Training, Self Defense
  • Casing Type Brass
  • Quantity 50
  • Ammo Caliber 32 Auto (ACP)
  • Manufacturer SKU PPD32A
  • Primer Type Boxer
  • Muzzle Velocity 902
  • Muzzle Energy 129
  • Magnetic No
  • UPC Barcode 8605003800330
  • Cost Per Round $0.32 per round

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