|Bullet Weight||Not Applicable|
|Ammo Caliber||.303 British|
|Cost Per Round||63.3¢ per round|
Blank ammunition has no projectile to fire and is intended to be used for training purposes. Many will find the loud muzzle report of these rounds to be appropriate for reenactments, film production, novice movie making, and C&R antique testing when no range is readily available. Some weapons chambered for this caliber include the Lee-Enfield rifle, WWI-era Bren Light Machine Gun, and
Prvi Partizan ammunition is made in Serbia and backed by nearly 90 years of experience manufacturing cartridges for police, military and general export.
Although intended for less-than-lethal force, this ammo could still cause serious injury or death under certain circumstances, like use in close proximity to your target. Be sure to handle a firearm loaded with this ammo the same way you would any other.