50 Rounds of 10mm Ammo by Prvi Partizan - 180gr JHP

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Ammo Quantity - 50 rounds per box
Ammo Manufacturer - Prvi Partizan
Projectiles - 180 grain jacketed hollow point (JHP)
Ammo Casing - Boxer-primed brass


These Serbian-made 10mm cartridges by Prvi Partizan are built for people who want a little extra oomph from their self-defense ammo. Each 10mm cartridge is loaded with a 180gr jacketed hollow point (JHP) projectile designed to expand wide and cause major damage on impact. The muzzle velocity of these rounds sits at 1082 fps, which is lower than a standard 9mm, but this 10mm ammo generates a hearty energy transfer of 468 ft/lbs due to its heavier projectile. PPU uses Boxer-primed brass casings that are new-production, non-corrosive, and reloadable.

Prvi Partizan is located in Uzic, Serbia and has been a major player in the Eastern European ammunition market since 1928. Today, shooters all over the world enjoy their affordable yet consistently performing ammo. Order a few 50-round boxes and try this 10mm Auto ammo out!

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Posted On: 3/6/2021 By: Richard Orlanes

A: Thanks for reaching out Richard, and welcome to the world of firearms! The Glock 17 handgun is chambered for 9mm ammunition. See how it says "9x19" on the slide? Well, that's just the European name for 9mm – they are the exact same cartridge. To be sure, your handgun is absolutely incapable of firing 10mm ammo. The bullet wouldn't even fit down the barrel. But fortunately 9mm is America's most popular handgun cartridge, so you'll be able to find plenty of ammo that will work for you!

You ought to be aware of two types of bullets before you order ammo. The full metal jacket (FMJ) is for training and target shooting. Basically, the FMJ is for situations when you're not using your G17 as a weapon. The jacketed hollow point (JHP) is for self-defense. That bullet expands inside of soft tissue, thus creating a wider wound channel, transferring more of its energy outward to deal greater damage, and hopefully preventing overpenetration that could jeopardize innocent bystanders.

That said, please take a look at our selection of 9mm ammo: bulkammo.com/handgun/bulk-9mm-ammo. I would personally recommend the Federal HST 124gr JHP ammo for self-defense with your handgun. That's police ammo, it's extremely well made and reliable, and it's what I personally carry in my own handgun: bulkammo.com/bulk-9mm-ammo-9mm124jhphstfedprem-50.

Now, for training and target practice, quality matters a little less. A failure to fire at the range is an inconcenience, but not life-threatening. I'm very fond of Magtech's ammo, though Blazer is pretty good as well. PMC is another solid choice. I'd just recommend you train with the same bullet weight you'd use for self-defense, because that way you'll become more familiar with its recoil, point of aim and trajectory. The bullet weight you actually do pick for self-defense isn't as important as many people worry about. Really, you should pick the bullet weight you most prefer firing! But 124 grains is the middleweight for a 9mm bullet, so it's a good place to start out

To recap, you definitely want 9mm ammo for a Glock 17, and only use JHP ammo for self-defense. Please let me know if you'd like to know anything else!

Posted On: 3/26/2017 By: Tom

A: Hello Tom, Prvi Partizan lists the muzzle velocity of this round at 1082 fps with a muzzle energy of 468 ft. lbs.

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