- Metallic Reloading
- Rifle Bullets
- 375 Caliber (.375)
Prvi Partizan Bullet 375cal (.375) 300gr SPRN 20 per bag
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.
WARNING: This product can expose you to Lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to - www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.
Read 7 Reviews - Average Rating: 4.9 stars
By David W.
on Feb 13, 2023
I shoot these out of a marlin 375 at about 1600 fps. Extremely accurate. Good short range brush gun load.
Excellent quality and price
By Timothy A.
on Feb 02, 2023
Great quality! Wish they offered more weight selections in .375
The best deal going anywhere
By Dan M.
on Dec 13, 2022
These are my go-to practice bullets. I load them to the same ME & MV as my expensive African hunting bullets and practice year-round in the field to keep my shooting skills sharp. It simply doesn't get any better than these.
Great for the .375 Winchester
By Stuart B.
on Sep 02, 2022
Great quality for the .375 Winchester you're reloading.
Accurate & Economical
By Chad W.
on Dec 09, 2020
I've used these for target shooting and have found them to be accurate as well as economical. They would do the job on most game.
Good value: 1/2 the price or less than other makers
By Dan B.
on Nov 24, 2020
I usually get 1.5 moa from Hornady 300gr RN and the few groups I've shot with Privi's gave me 2.5 without any changes in load. Had no problem staying on a 9x9 inch gong at 250 yds from a hunting hold and that's good 'nuff. My heartbeat is at least .5 moa or more. I measured a 10ea sample of H's and PPU and got .3752" and .3745" respectively, maybe that's the difference. Even at 2.5 moa, I'm still hitting within 3-1/4" of where I was pointing at 250 yds and that's if load tweaking doesn't improve it--and at half the cost I can afford to tweak.
By Richard H.
on Mar 05, 2020
have used these at the range for some time would not hesitate to us them on thin skinned game. r.e. hicks.
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