Your hunt is in good hands if you trust on Serbian engineering and craftsmanship. The type of 30-30 Win ammunition made by Prvi Partizan will turn you into the forest’s deadliest predator—at least to deer.
The 170 grain bullet in this cartridge is relatively heavy, but the increased weight has no effect on the muzzle velocity, which is almost Mach 2. With a G1 ballistic coefficient of.254, this bullet will strike its target at a distance of 200 yards with 969 ft lbs of energy. You need a different caliber weapon if you want to hit something further away.
The FSP bullet from Prvi Partizan has a level meplat to prevent inadvertent ignition and a cannelure in its jacket to prevent setback in a tubular magazine. The bullet’s soft point causes extensive deformation as it penetrates the target, and its sturdy copper alloy jacket encourages improved weight retention, allowing it to bore deeply as well. It is the kind of bullet that utilizes its available energy as effectively as possible.
The consistent brass casings of these rounds ensure dependable feeding and extraction, making them deserving parts for any handloading enthusiast. Their primers and propellant are made to fire cleanly, reducing the effect they have on your action and bore.