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||Full Metal Jacket Boat Tail (FMJ-BT)
|Muzzle Velocity (fps)
|Muzzle Energy (ft lbs)
|Cost Per Round
||85.0¢ per round
If you’re after an exceptional range round to keep your old Lee-Metford or Lee-Enfield rifle happy, then you’ve come to the right place. This 303 British cartridge by Prvi Partizan is crowned with a 174 grain projectile, just like what the Mark VII loading introduced in 1910 had. The bullet’s core wears a full metal jacket, so it will function reliably in your rifle and prevent its riflings from rapidly encrusting with accuracy depleting lead residue. Its uniformly concentric jacket and evenly distributed core aren’t the only credits to this bullet’s accuracy -- its boat tail design also raises its ballistic coefficient nicely. With the tapered base that conveys the ability to fly straighter, stay faster downrange, and better dismiss the influence of cross winds, this round’s projectile will certainly satisfy all of your goals at the range.
Serbia-based Prvi Partizan gave these rounds identical propellant charges to ensure their consistent performance. Both their propellant and their primers ignite without producing excessive caustic residues, suiting them for use in rifles that demand to be preserved. You can reload these rounds’ new production brass casings as well if you’d so wish.
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