Prvi Partizan Ammunition 85 Grain Jacketed Hollow-Point (JHP) Ammo Details
The 7.62x25 Tokarev was the standard automatic pistol round for Soviet Union troops during the Second World War, although the TT-33 pistol’s tendency to eject its magazine without being asked to contributed to its eventual obsolescence -- it turned out that it is not convenient, during a firefight, to have your pistol spit all of its cartridges out onto the ground. Still, the 7.62x25 Tokarev lives on thanks to Prvi Partizan, a Serbian manufacturer which specializes in producing out of date and hard to find ammo. Your classic TT-33 or ČZ vz. 52 can live on!
This cartridge features an 85 grain projectile, which has a hollow point to make it effective for self-defense applications. The bullet further sports a jacket in order to assure dependable expansion as well as positive functioning in an automatic or semi-automatic pistol. Nicely, this round’s new brass casing is perfectly reloadable, a welcome trait for a round which you won’t easily find at your local sporting goods store.
Jacketed Hollow-Point (JHP)
Prvi Partizan Ammunition