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|Bullet Weight||158 Grain|
|Bullet Type||Lead Round Nose (LRN)|
|Ammo Caliber||.38 Special|
|Muzzle Velocity (fps)||902|
|Muzzle Energy (ft lbs)||283|
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Prvi Partizan LRN has a bit more more kick
According to another website's specs, the Prvi Partizan 158gr LRN in .38spl has a mussel velocity of about 900fps ... as opposed to the more common 720-770fps in other .38spl LRN. I've been the shooting it in my replica 1872 Open-Top Colt with a long barrel. Is also a bit smokey and dirty ... but that's LRN for ya'.
Reasonably clean-firing, and true-aiming
Sure, I've only shot 100 of the 500 I've bought, but they have fired without a hitch. The Rhino's bore is still shiny, and action works without a stutter. At the per-round cost, I know where I'm getting my next supply. Between .38 Special and .308 Win, I am very happy with PPU. It's not a sniper's precision or a record-punching power, but it's a good balance at a great price. I keep some CCI for actual use, but PPU does great for practice and a backup supply.
I don't know much about ammo, but I didn't like these
as I said, I am new to this, but I did not like these PPU's, I have a brand new revolver and bought 200 of these to get acquainted with my revolver, they are REAL dirty, and about 1 in 5 did not fire, anyone want to tell me how to dispose of these duds? I have 27 (live, but did not fire) left overs out of the 200 rounds, and I don't know how to dispose of them. Plus I am not sure if it was the ammo or a defect of the revolver, but the cylinder began to get "sticky" and difficult to open, ( I had already cleaned it twice already) and when I tried to clean it the third time, the cylinder became stuck closed and I could not get it open at all, I had to send it back to the manufacturer for service. I had fired the pistol maybe 500 times, like I said, I am not sure if it was a defective pistol or the gunk from the dirty rounds.
A bit dirty but fine Ammo
As always lucky gunner's service is great, exactly what you ordered in rapid fashion. After 200 expended in two different pistols I find it a little dirty but performance is great and dead on from one round to another.
You're reviewing: 38 Special - 158 gr LRN - Prvi Partizan - 50 Rounds
Posted On: 9/4/2019 By: Jimmy
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