This is the sweet spot for most of what Prvi Partizan has made their name on in the past 90 years: military ammunition that has a robust surplus offering on market, being produced in a higher quality tier, with the same consumer in mind. They are very good at matching military surplus round performance but improving the load quality by improving the component parts. The resulting ammunition produced by Prvi Partizan is of exceptional quality and with top tier reliability and static ballistics.
This is the caliber of weapon allegedly used in the Kennedy assassination. It was famous before that day on November 22, 1963 in Texas. Before then, the round was popular due to the military surplus aspect of its existence, and the cheap, accurate rifle that could be found to shoot it for sporting purposes. After that day, it became a legendary application of a former military cartridge, especially with all the magic bullet theories.
This is the Prvi Partizan 6.5x52mm Carcano loaded with a 123 grain projectile in a soft point profile with a brass case and a Boxer primer that achieves a velocity of 2690 out of the muzzle and delivers 1984 pound feet of energy at the bore exit.
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