Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by WestKentucky, Sep 2, 2014.
I have shot many, many a round of Prvi .38 special through my revolvers and have never had any issues even after left unclean. You will be absolutely fine.
Also, corrosive ammo isn't radioactive or anything. A mxture of 10 parts water to 1 part Ballistol to flush out the gun after shooting, followed by a regular cleaning, will work just fine for protection against the corrosive primer salts.
PS: Just read the rest of your post. Yeah it is good of you to check, with guns like that I wouldn't want to shoot corrosive in them even if it is easy to clean up.
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Agreed. I've had good luck with it.
Corrosive or non-corrosive has nothing to do with quality (chlorate based primers have fantastic shelf life and great cold-weather ignition uniformity), but Prvi Partizan is also very high quality ammo with very reloadable brass.
Being that it started out being produced in a communist country, they did things according to the "plan". That meant, in my experience, that while length of rifle cases was quite consistent, it was consistent on the outside (albeit safe) limit. I could count on having to trim EVERY once fired case before reloading.
Aside from that, it was cheap, safe, accurate ammunition. When CBC of Brazil stepped in to fill the gap when it was no longer available, they had some QC issues, including ones that led to blowups. I don't ever recall that happening with Prvi Partizan/Hanson.
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