PRVI PARTIZAN BULLET 9.3MM (.366) 285gr SP 100/BAG

Item #:PPB93SP285
$0.40 per round
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100 1 <none> $39.99 $39.99
500 5 Save 5% $37.99 $189.95
1000 10 Save 10% $35.99 $359.91
PRVI PARTIZAN BULLET 9.3MM (.366) 285gr SP 100/BAG
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Product Information

Prvi Partizan was founded in 1928 and today produces over 350 types of rifle, pistol , revolver and small arms ammunition. Prvi Partizan bulk bullets feature a lead core and copper jacket. Imported from Serbia. This is not loaded ammunition.

Read 3 Reviews - Average Rating: 5 stars


By Ron M. on Apr 16, 2013
I have a 9.3x57 I shoot these in and I think a lot of the fancier bullets cost more because they are always financing fancy trips for outdoor writers, these are inexpensive and they mushroom quite easily yet impossible to knock the jacket off. I wanted to see just how deep I could drive one of these and went to a rock quarry and shot into the pile. I dug and dug and dug,thought I was going to have to go get a backhoe. Well there it was perfectly mushroomed straight and intact. Not too scientific but a lot of digging.


By Leif G. on Nov 16, 2012
These are accurate with 2" groups at 100 yards with an 1936 Husqvarna model 46 in 9.3x57. And have taken two whitail deer and never seen deer react the way they do when shot with these bullets in this caliber. These are devasting. And did not fragment. Bullets passed right through and had large exit holes. Grass was red with blood spray near where deer were shot. Anyway they are accurate, reliable and a bargin. Buy them you will not be disapointed.

PRVI 285gr SP

By Kale J. on Jul 03, 2012
I recommend you try these bullets. I have shot approximately 300 of these through a CZ-550 FS 9.3x62 with a 20.5 inch barrel. Using Varget or IMR4895 I get 2350 fps, and consistently shoot 1 inch groups at 100 yards and 3-4 inch groups at 200 yards with no flyers. Yes, they are ugly, but are accurate and CHEAP.

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