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cadillacguns
09-09-2012, 07:18
I recently ordered a case (1,000 Rds) of 180 gr Prvi Partizan manufatured .40 cal ammo. I also saw Prvi Partizan made 180 GR JHP at Wal-Mart for under $20 a box, so I bought a box.

The following week, I got my case of ammo in, and took a box of 180 GR FMJ, and the box of 180 GR JHP to the local ndoor range. To me, the 180 GR FMJ .40 round was a pleasent "Cupcake" round to shoot, the 180 GR JHP's were a "Bear". I am wondering why one round is more stout than the other. Maybe the JHP were really 165 GR JHP due to their characteristics. Comming from Croatiaa, maybe something was lost in translation.:dunno:

diamondd2
09-09-2012, 07:21
Most likely the JHP has a much higher muzzle velocity. Check their site for specs.

cadillacguns
09-10-2012, 02:21
Could be your right diamond, I never thought FMJ vs JHP in the same weight, could be so different. The FMJ a powdwer puff, the JHP powerfull. Anyway guys check your local Wal-Mart for a decently priced JHP round in the new blue boxes.

noway
09-10-2012, 02:45
fwiw their 6.5x55swede ammo from midway-usa is a blast to shoot and damm accurate as hell for any store bought ammo that i ever shot. Not bad for a box at under 20 for 20 rounds either :wavey:

Breadman03
09-10-2012, 03:52
The PRVI 10mm I shot was light shooting. It was 180 grain. That stuff came out of my G29 below .40 velocities, 856 fps.

In the little reading I did, most PRVI is loaded light and is pretty accurate. I'd say it makes for good plinking ammo.

GSU
02-28-2013, 04:35
"...Comming from Croatiaa, maybe something was lost in translation..."

Prvi Partizan ammo actually comes from southwestern part of Serbia, from town Uzice, 200 km away from Belgrade, the capital of Serbia. And they has been producing ammunition since 1928, so I'm sure that their markings are pretty accurate.
And "Prvi" means "Frst", "1.".

Cheers :cheers:

SCmasterblaster
02-28-2013, 12:08
The Czechs made a lot of the 7.62x39mm ammo used against US troops in Vietnam back in 1963-75. So they have a lot of experience making cartridges.

Tiro Fijo
02-28-2013, 20:01
Maybe you found out just who the real "cupcake" is. :whistling:


:rofl:

SCmasterblaster
03-01-2013, 17:13
Maybe you found out just who the real "cupcake" is. :whistling:


:rofl:

Sorry, but I don't get it. :shocked:

A6Gator
03-02-2013, 14:04
If you look at the ballistics, the FMJ barely makes PF of 165, if you're an USPSA shooter who can afford to shoot factory ammo.

SCmasterblaster
03-03-2013, 13:29
Most likely the JHP has a much higher muzzle velocity. Check their site for specs.

Good advice. I think that you are right. :cool:

robhic
03-03-2013, 17:02
I had some PRVI loads in .38 and .357 that seemed a good bit hotter than some other (US made) stuff I had just shot. It actually startled me. But it was good stuff!

SCmasterblaster
03-04-2013, 06:49
They drive the JHPs at a higher velocity for the sake of expansion.