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Prvi Partizan .38 Special Ammunition, 50 Rounds, LRN, 158 Grains

 
Prvi Partizan
PP-R3.3
8605003800194
AMM-386
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Typically ships the same business day when ordered before 4pm CST.
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$13.29
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Prvi Partizan PPU manufactures this accurate and safe .38 Special round nose ammunition, used mainly in revolvers for target practice. PPU cartridge cases can be reloaded several times, making them high in demand on the open market. Continually hone your skills with an inexpensive, long-lasting reusable round.

Features and Specifications:
Caliber: .38 Special
Bullet Type: Lead Round Nose Projectile
Bullet Weight: 158 Grains
Muzzle Velocity: 890 fps
Casing: Reloadable Brass
Primer: Non-Corrosive Boxer Primer
50 Rounds Per Box
Usage: Target Practice
 

Item#: AMM-386
Total number of Reviews: 3

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3.0 5
"I purchase four boxes of these for target ammo. I have a couple of good things to say. 1. They're very cheap. 2. No misfires. With that said, my buddy and I went to the range this morning and went through two boxes of them. They seem to shoot okay but, they're really dirty and smoky. After we'd been through the full 100 rounds, my buddy and I had gray hands. I have a 5 shot revolver. It was absolutely filthy. The chambers were full of gunk and the bore was even worse. It took me 45 minutes to clean it all up again. I'd buy these again, for cost but, you get what you're paying for and you'll be dirty after shooting."
4.0 5
"I bought 2 boxes of 38spl. A little dirty, but not a single miss. Every round fired first try."
3.0 5
"I like the price, but this stuff is DIRTY. Additionally there's other FMJ ammo out there for around the same price. So, it worked pretty well (no FTF, light primers) but there are better options out there."