Slow down there, partner! Please make sure you don’t actually want 7.62×51 or 7.62×39 rifle ammunition before ordering this 7.62×25 Tokarev handgun ammo.Buy85 Grain JHP
If you’ve got the TT-33 or ČZ vz. 52 pistol you need to fire it, then the 7.62 Tokarev remains a great choice for personal protection. This is Prvi Partizan’s offering to those who prefer taking a Russian approach to self-defense!
Prvi Partizan is a Serbian ammo maker, however, and as such this round’s 85 grain bullet contains no steel – in other words, it’s compliant at ranges that ban magnetic ammo! Loaded to achieve a 1,673 fps muzzle velocity out of a 9.8” test barrel, this round’s 85 grain bullet still comes out of a pistol barrel hot and powerful.Buy 85 Grain JHP
As a JHP this round’s bullet is designed to feed smoothly and mitigate barrel fouling, as well as deliver the injurious terminal ballistics that lay out a threat fast. The jacket’s notched rim promotes reliable terminal expansion even at lower velocities.Buy 85 Grain JHP
Prvi Partizan only loads brass cases and non-corrosive Boxer primers. That’s why this ammunition is going to leave your pistol noticeably cleaner than your everyday Russian steel-cased ammo, and that’s also why it’s reloadable!
In the United States Army’s original black-powder cartridge used by the Colt M1892 revolver, muzzle velocity from the revolver’s 6-inch-long (150 mm) barrel was 708 ft/s (216 m/s) with a bullet weighing 150 grains (9.7 g), resulting in a muzzle energy of 167 ft⋅lbf (226 J). Later, the Army changed its cartridge to smokeless powder and slightly tightened the revolver’s bore; the new muzzle velocity was 750 ft/s (230 m/s) with a bullet of 148 grains (9.6 g), giving a muzzle energy of 185 ft⋅
This seal was expected to cause the bullet to expand in the throat and be “swaged down”, or reduced again in diameter, as it entered the barrel, but uneven expansion produced poor accuracy