- Manufacturer Prvi Partizan
- Condition New
- Weight 150gr
- Projectile Type FMJ
- Ammo Use Type M1 Garand
- Casing Type Brass
- Quantity 20
- Caliber 30-06 Springfield
- Manufacturer SKU PP3.47
- Primer Type Boxer
- Muzzle Velocity (ft. per sec) 2700
- Cost Per Round $1.00 per round
- Q & A
In 1927 an ammunition manufacturer by the name of Jakob Posinger was approached by the Yugoslavian government with the offer to have his shop moved into the military barracks. He agreed and the government spent the next year turning the barracks into an ammunition factory. In May of 1928, Posinger and his team moved in, and by 1930 they’d grown to over 150 workers. By 1935 the government realized just how well the company was doing and gave Posinger the land to build a free-standing factory, and today’s Prvi Partizan was born.
These particular Prvi Partizan rounds are for your .30-06. At 150 grain these are considered lightweight, which has its benefits: being lighter means significantly less felt recoil from a .30-06. Whereas heavier rounds can create recoil above that which the average shooter can handle with flinching, a 150 grain round keeps it below 20 foot-pounds of pressure. These are Full Metal Jacket, FMJ, rounds and do not expand. Each round flies down-range with incredible speed and slams into targets with fantastic energy. This ammunition is for target practice, tactical training, and plinking.
When you place your order for this single box of ammunition from Prvi Partizan, you get 20 target rounds. That’s just enough to give your gun a light snack and get some brief practice; if you want to focus on honing your marksmanship skills, you’ll need multiple boxes. Prvi Partizan manufactures ammunition at their factory in Uzice, Serbia, according to exacting standards and SAAMI or CIP specifications. All their ammunition is required to pass extensive testing and strict quality control. Enjoy your .30.06; order now.
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