Prvi Partizan Bullet 32cal (.3080) 71gr JHP 100 per bag

Prvi Partizan Bullet 32cal (.3080) 71gr JHP 100 per bag
Prvi Partizan Bullet 32cal (.3080) 71gr JHP 100 per bag
Prvi Partizan Bullet 32cal (.3080) 71gr JHP 100 per bag
Item #:PPB32HP71
$0.19 per piece
Shipping: One flat fee of $12.95 per online order.
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Availability:In Stock
Volume Discounts:
Rounds Units Savings Price per Unit Total Price
100 1 <none> $18.95 $18.95
500 5 Save 5% $18.00 $90.01
1000 10 Save 10% $17.06 $170.55
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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.


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 -

Read 16 Reviews - Average Rating: 4.8 stars

High Quality product. Hard to find .32 HP for handloads

By Greg T. on Feb 16, 2024
Agree with Allen W. review from 4/20/20. Well made and consistent. Have to make sure that HP nose does not get closed up during seating. HP can be reamed back out with the point of a large nail, perhaps even wider than original diameter. Should be on top of a stout (European standard) load of fast pistol powder in thick brass.

ppu 71gr .32

By August E. on Feb 09, 2024
works well in 32 acp

PPU 32 cal (.308) 71grain JHP bullets

By Neiven T. on Sep 26, 2023
These 32 cal bullets work well for 32 acp loads! The price is unbeatable if you are a reloader considering the cost of production 32 bullets which is outrageous! Good thing here is you can fashion your loads to run in your desired platform. I run these through my Beretta Tomcat and Seecamp 32 both function well with either PPU brass or Starline brass ! I take my loads up to 1000 fps or slightly over to insure functionality! Accuracy is extremely high with little to no issues will be buying more of these in the future to stock pile a reserve for the future.

32 ACP 71 GR. HP

By Charles H. on Sep 05, 2023

Wish I had ordered more!

By RALPH H. on Jan 18, 2021
Wish I had ordered more! Bought one bag of these jacketed hollow .71 grain bullets because I read the reviews that they were actually .308 in diameter. I loaded some up for my 30 m1 carbine and found they are the solution to my raccoon problem on my farm. I’m not afraid of a ricochet bullet because they absolutely explode the bandits eating my chickens. I will order several 100 more when they do come back in stock.

PPU 32 HP bullets

By Chris F. on Oct 02, 2020
Look good, Grafs delivered pretty fast considering the current situation.

PPU .32 cal Bullets

By Raymond S. on Sep 10, 2020
These bullets ran great in my Zastava m57. They scream when loaded with a slower burning pistol powder and they’re very accurate. I highly recommend them for loading the 7.62x25 Tokarev.

Great Bullet, Great Price

By Todd P. on Jul 19, 2020
Works best with PPU brass.

Great bullet for 32 ACP

By Philip H. on Jul 14, 2020
I bought these to go with the PPU brass for 32ACP. I was glad that Graf's carries both the brass and the bullets from PPU, because when you mix components in this cartridge from Europe and the USA, you can get a funky bulging in the case that won't chamber well. But having both the bullets and the brass from the same manufacturer means that there is no problem with case bulging.

These bullets are devastating on armadillos and tegu lizards. I highly recommend them.

Works great in both the 7.62 x 25 & 32 acp cases

By Kenneth P. on May 19, 2020
This bullet shoots well in my CZ 52 my PPS43-c my Beretta 1934 and my LLama X-A

PPU 7.65 Browning (.32 ACP) bullets

By Allen W. on Apr 20, 2020
These seem to be very good quality bullets. I don't have any means of testing them for expansion and penetration. PPU's own loading doesn't expand very much in tests I have seen on the Internet. However, PPU's load chronographs at only 816 feet per second from my Beretta 81FS with a 3.8 inch barrel. My load using these bullets chronographs at 1045 fps from the same gun. I am using Shooters World Auto Pistol powder, and the European CIP data for Lovex (D036) who actually makes this powder. (I use x.x grains of it-range given x.x to x.x grains-and an OAL of 0.968-0.970" Sellier & Bellot or Federal small pistol standard primers. I finish using a Lee Factory Crimp Die with a custom taper crimp sleeve, but the standard roll crimp should work since these bullets have a crimp groove.) The Shooters World loading manual for the American market has no data for 7.65 Browning/.32 ACP. **Standard disclaimer: This is a stout load (~170 foot lbs) that exceeds current SAAMI specs, but has worked so far for me and my guns. It might not work for you and yours. Look up the data yourself, start low and work up. Load very carefully and don't use it in a weak gun.** As much as I like Berettas, the Tomcat is rated for a max of 130 foot lbs, and is thus an example of a weak gun.

Those who are having problems with this bullet's small diameter need to match your brass to it. This is a European bullet made to use in European 7.65 Browning brass, which is thicker than American .32 ACP brass. Use Fiocchi, Sellier & Bellot, Geco or PPU brass, and the bullets will fit. R-P, Starline, Aguila and most other American brass is not thick enough for this bullet, and it will just drop right into a properly-sized case. Also, be very conservative when belling your cases. Do just enough to barely get the bullet started.

PPU 32cal (.308) 71gr JHP bullets

By Marc M. on Mar 23, 2020
I bought these as there are very few options available for reloading 32 ACP out there right now. I was specifically looking for a hollow point. Tried the Hornady XTP's in 60 grain and had multiple issues with sizing, length and getting them to feed correctly. Figured I would give these a try. So far no feed issues like the Hornady's. Being slightly undersized has not presented any issue yet either. Shooting out of a Zastava M70 and using x.x grains of Titegroup powder. Quite accurate. Will buy more.

PPU 32cal (.308) 71gr JHP bullets

By David B. on Mar 16, 2020
I bought these for 32auto loads. The Graf website lists these in the 32 cal section (.311-.314) so I didn't notice that they are NOT in the 32 range, even though they call them 32 cal. They are 30cal bullets. I know, it clearly says 308 and I just missed it, since all of the bullets in that section of the website are .311-.314. I don't know why PPU makes them this size. Maybe some cartridges will take them that I am unaware of. A 32 Auto will not. With a sized 32 Auto, this bullet falls right in to the bottom of the case. I have a 100 bullets I will never be able to use. They do look like great quality so I gave them a 3 star.

Prvi Partizan Bullet 32cal (.308) 71gr JHP

By Steven J. F. on Feb 25, 2020
I had trouble reloading these bullets. They seemed to be a bit undersized in diameter.

PPU .32 cal. (.308) 71 gr. JHP bullets

By Rick S. on Nov 22, 2019
I used these to load for the finicky Seacamp .32. They functioned perfectly. I was also pleased with the accuracy from such a short barrel and super compact platform. No problems at all.

PPU 32cal (.308) 71gr JHP bullets

By Mark L. on Mar 03, 2019
At first I was apprehensive about purchasing these bullets. PRVI PARTIZAN lists this under the 32 Cal category. Measures about .309" like the Hornady 90 gr XTP, however these little bullet soars. Since they are so small I would not recommend using them in Rifle loads. I don't recommend the 308 version. Listed at .3065" is a bit undersize.
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