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.223 Prvi Partizan 75 HPBT experiance?

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by Kindrox, Mar 20, 2008.

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  1. Kindrox

    Kindrox Member

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    It seems like a good value relative to other heavy weight ammo costs, but the only chrono information I have found is on AR15.com. They show its velocity to be only 2462 fps out of a 16 inch barrel.

    Other vendors where showing 2600+ fps.

    Has anyone here chrono'ed it or shot it for accuracy?
     
  2. taliv

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    i held a box day before yesterday, but didn't open it. hth

    :)
     
  3. Kindrox

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    Did you stay in a holiday inn?
     
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    Anything over 55 gr doesnt shoot well in my Rem 700 SPS. However it works ok in my WASR.
     
  5. Onmilo

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    Only way you will know for sure is to buy an inexpensive chrongraph and a couple of boxes of the stuff and shoot it through your own rifle.

    Sombody saying that it only goes this fast through their rifle and actually shooting it through your rifle may produce completely different results.

    This is why I don't post pictures of targets either or tell anyone they should expect this kind of group out of their rifle.
    One never knows until they stick their finger in the wound.

    Oh I will add that I have shot a couple hundred rounds of the Priv 75 grain ammunition.
    It didn't go as fast or do as well accuracy wise through my rifles as Black Hills 77 grain non moly coat.
    Then again I didn't expect it to.
     
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