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|Bullet Weight||185 Grain|
|Bullet Type||Soft-Point (SP)|
|Ammo Caliber||8mm Mauser (8x57mm JS)|
|Muzzle Velocity (fps)||2485|
|Muzzle Energy (ft lbs)||2674|
Although no longer in military use, the 8mm Mauser was one of the most popular rounds in the 1900's. Employed by the Germans in both world wars, the 8mm Mauser has proven itself to be one fantastic cartridge. Still popular as a sporting and hunting round for civilians, the 8mm Mauser is just the round you need for your vintage rifle.
As one of the best ammunition companies in Eastern Europe, Prvi Partizan offers ammunition in calibers you won't find almost anywhere else. Their line of Thunder ammo is designed for deep penetration, high accuracy, crushing energy, and consistent, controlled expansion making it perfect for big game hunting.
Prvi Partizan loads these rounds into factory fresh brass cases that are boxer primed and can be re-loaded. Each projectile in this box of 20 is a 185 grain PSP that leaves the barrel around 2,485 feet per second. Pick up a couple boxes of this 8mm Mauser ammunition today!
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Great ammo for the price.
This ammo shoots consistently and accurately enough for what you pay for. Definitely is underpowered compared to various MilSpec 8mm I have shot but I am sure this is done for safety reasons. It does well enough to use as a light to medium round for mid-sized game but I would prefer hand loads for anything bigger than a deer. On the plus side, it is Boxer primed and makes a good option for those looking to reload their brass.
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Posted On: 6/5/2017 By: Les
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