Prvi Partizan - Soft Point - 90 Grain 243 Winchester Ammo - 200 Rounds
Winchester’s .243 caliber has long been billed as a versatile cartridge depending on the bullet type loaded in the case. Introduced in 1955, three years after its parent case, it is simply a necked down version of their .308 cartridge creating a round that, under 90 grains, is an impressive varmint and target round while heavier bullets are a comfortable shooting deer rifle for novices and people of smaller stature.
The soft pointed, 90 grain bullet by PRVI has a muzzle velocity of 3100 ft per sec with 1910 ft lb of energy. This is right at the start for being an acceptable deer hunting round (where caliber limitations allow) or for varmint and target shooting. With 200 rounds, it is easy to zero in the rifle and use it for any need.
Offering reliable cartridges loaded with proven bullet designs is what keeps Serbian ammunitions maker PRVI/Partizan moving off the shelves. Reloadable cases and dependable performance is what modern sporting rifle shooters want and need to stay at the range and in the field. That is what this company has been focused on since 1928: keeping targets getting hit each and every time the trigger is pulled.