50 Rounds of 115gr JHP 9mm Ammo by Prvi Partizan For Sale
The history of Prvi Partizan begins with the turn of the 20th century. The Yugoslavian government approached company founder Jakob Posinger in 1927 and asked him to relocate his business to the military barracks in Krcagovo. The government didn’t finish setting up the necessary equipment until mid-1928, but as soon as it was, the little business started to take off. Within a few years, 150 workers were employed there, and in 1935, the government agreed to provide Posinger land so that he could construct a free-standing plant. The business actually went by several names throughout the years and didn’t become Prvi Partizan (PPU) until 1947, when it was turned over to the government as a state-owned enterprise. Today, they are renowned for creating ammunition that is reasonably priced on a global basis.
The 115 grain Prvi Partizan rounds in question are for your 9mm gun. Because of their low weight relative to the size of the cartridge, they can travel at higher speeds. The expansion of these Jacketed Hollow Point (JHP) rounds is controlled by the jacket, which slows the process. This permits better penetration and the development of a deeper, more deadly wound cavity. These rounds all have muzzle velocities of 1148 feet per second and 335 foot pounds of muzzle energy. The purpose of this ammo is self-defense.
You receive 50 defense rounds when you purchase this single box of ammo, which is sufficient to keep your gun and extra magazines full and prepared for personal defense. These boxes are the perfect size for stacking on a shelf in your safe and slipping into your range bag. Remember that defense rounds have a greater total power output than target rounds, thus it is advisable to practice hitting targets with your chosen defense rounds to ensure accuracy in the event that you need to protect yourself. This ammunition is produced by Prvi Partizan in virgin brass casings with a boxer primer so that it can be reloaded. They produce ammunition at their long-standing plant in Uzice, Serbia. If you have a 9mm pistol with you for self-defense, you should