PRVI Partizan 7.62x54R 150gr SPBT Ammunition 20rds - PP-7.64

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PRVI Partizan 7.62x54R 150gr SPBT Ammunition 20rds - PP-7.64


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SKU: 26678
UPC: 8605003804048
MFR#: PP-7.64

MFR: PP-7.64 UPC: 8605003804048

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My biggest issue with this ammo is the wild price swing over the last few years - and saddly I'm actually just happy it's back in stock. This ammo was selling for about $13 before the shortage of everything a few years ago. It was at my local shop for about 16 one day then 19.99 the next. My range only allows soft point and no FMJ so surplus is out... I bought a few boxes now for 16.99 just to have it I need soft point as the next closest one I can find local is about 23 for anything other than fmj.

I don't know if it's the ammo or my mosin accuracy wise but I'd say I get about the same as previous post - 3-4 inch groups with occasional "flier" (possibly stiff trigger) at 50 yards. I haven't shot it at 100. It's worth having a few boxes to me since I rarely have a place to shoot that I can shoot surplus and when we did it was at clay targts on cardboard backer or watter bottles at 50 yards. so probably same 4 or below inches at 50 yards with surplus.

I'm pretty sure if I used it to hunt something that was in range of 100 yards the ammo would do it's job if I do mine. Never had an issue and like the idea of having the brass for later if I do decide to start reloading it. Since I hope to get some loads that will shoot well in the mosin that don't cost 70 cents or more each. For that I could just shoot the 30-06 that is about the same cost but a lot more available on the shelf.
January 7, 2016

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