Extremely high quality and cheap price for a match capable .308 Winchester loadout. The Prvi Partizan Boat Tail Full Metal Jacket round is cased in incredibly high quality brass, with a Boxer primer, and represents a fantastic value for anyone who wants near match quality in a price point that is better than most imported sub-par “value” ammo.
This is legitimate bulk .308 ammunition, offering exceptional accuracy out of gas driven, bolt action or direct impingement. The reliability is exceptional as well, with the high quality brass, consistent primers and projectiles and absolute consistency of the quality control process. The velocity is 2835 feet per second out of the bore and the muzzle energy of 2585 ft. lbs. means this is a very reasonable round that has accuracy out past 600 yards.
You can find ammunition as accurate and as reliable as this ammunition, but you won’t be able to find it for anywhere near the price of this ammunition produced by Serbian manufacturer Prvi Partizan, who has more than 90 years of experience making ammunition.
Suitable for use in all firearms chambered in .308 Winchester, but particularly well suited for gas driven rifles that can benefit from enhanced accuracy and consistent reliability.
Review by Jasmine
Also has sealed primer and neck, something only HXP had, as the others all have one sealed, but not the other. Jacket is pure copper. (Posted on 9/7/14)
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t shot it out of any of my bolt guns - only my gas guns so I don't know what the accuracy potential is but making hits on steel at distances stated above no problem. The cost is about the same as it cost me to make a match round using my own brass but sometimes it nice to grab a few boxes and go opposed to loading all night. Long story short its good stuff for the price for plinking when you don't feel like loading. (Posted on 2/14/12)
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