Prvi Partizan - Soft Point - 50 Grain 222 Remington Ammo - 20 Rounds
Introduced in 1950, the .222 Remington, or "triple deuce," was the first commercial rimless .22 cartridge produced in the United States, with no parent case to precede it. Its flat trajectory and remarkable accuracy made it a prized caliber through to the 1970's and it was embraced in Europe as the 5.7x43 for small to medium game hunting at short to medium ranges. While the .22-250 and larger calibers are farther and harder hitting, the .222 has the appreciable reduced recoil that shooters keeping in medium or shorter ranges enjoy. The .222 was also the basis for the more commonly used .223 Remington: a stretched case variant that the M16 was based around. The 50 grain jacketed soft point round has a muzzle velocity of over 3100 feet per second hitting with just under 1100 foot pounds of energy. It is ideal for varmint hunting offering substantial penetration with the ability to have a wider wound channel.
PRVI has been the state munitions manufacturer of the former Yugoslavian nation's military since the 1920's. Continued under Serbian control, PRVI Partizan is a supplier to both the military and commercial exporter of quality brass cased, boxer primed ammunition that is accurate and reliable as well as being reloadable.
- Manufacturer Prvi Partizan
- Condition New
- Bullet Weight 50 Grain
- Bullet Type What is a soft point bullet used for?
- Use Type Varmint Hunting
- Casing Type Brass
- Quantity 20
- Ammo Caliber 222 Remington Ammo
- Manufacturer SKU PP222
- Primer Type Boxer Primers
- Muzzle Velocity 3133
- Muzzle Energy 1090
- Magnetic No
- UPC Barcode 8605003800262
- Cost Per Round $0.54 per round