product overview PRVI PARTIZAN 25 ACP AMMO 50 GRAIN
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Prvi Partizan 25 ACP Auto Ammo 50 Grain Full Metal Jacket ammo review offers the following information; Prvi Partizan 25 ACP ammo is a new production ammo that features 50 Grain Full Metal Jacket bullets. The Full Metal Jacket bullets are suitable for auto loading pistols with simple cartridge feeding into the chamber and good quality penetration with no expansion. This 25 ACP AMMO by Prvi Partizan is non corrosive, reloadable, features brass cases, and features Boxer primers. With a muzzle velocity of 771 feet per second and muzzle energy of 66 feet pounds, this 25 ACP ammo by Prvi Partizan is an excellent choice for target shooting. Prvi Partizan 25 ACP ammo is packaged in boxes of 50 rounds and cases of 1000 rounds (containing 20 boxes of 50 rounds each).
Since 1928, Prvi Partizan has been manufacturing custom ammunition in Serbia for those shooters seeking experience in competition, indoor ranges, and big game hunting. Prvi Partizan is currently a modern factory that is side by side in association and competition with the most well-known ammo manufacturers around the world. Prvi Partizan ammo manufactures a wide range of commercial and military calibers for hunters and target shooters. All Prvi Partizan ammo meets SAAMI standards and is managed by an internal quality system to make sure there is 100% customer satisfaction.
Prvi Partizan 25 ACP ammo is a new production ammo that features 50 Grain Full Metal Jacket bullets.
The Full Metal Jacket bullets are suitable for auto loading pistols with simple cartridge feeding into the chamber and good quality penetration with no expansion.
With a muzzle velocity of 771 feet per second and muzzle energy of 66 feet pounds, this 25 ACP Auto ammo by Prvi Partizan is an excellent choice for target shooting.
|Manufacturer||PRVI PARTIZAN AMMO|
|Caliber||25 ACP AUTO AMMO|
|Bullet Type||FMJ- Full Metal Jacket|
|Muzzle Velocity||771 fps|
|Muzzle Energy||66 ft. lbs|
|Ammo Rating||Target and Practice Shooting 25 ACP Auto Ammo|
History of .25 ACP Ammo
First created by John Browning in 1905, the .25 Automatic Colt Pistol (ACP) is a centerfire cartridge that was designed for the Fabrique Nationale (FN) Model 1905 pistol, a vest pocket pistol made for gentlemen of the era. The firearm was released in Belgium in 1906, and quickly rose to popularity.
The .25 caliber ammo, often called .25 Auto, measures 6.35 x 16mmSR, or semi-rimmed, and is typically used in subcompact semi-automatic pistols. It features a standard 50 grain (gr) bullet that sits in a semi-rimmed, straight-walled casing and is fed into the firing chamber via a removable magazine.
Often a jacketed lead bullet, the projectile of this cartridge measures .251 inch while the case base measures .278 inch. The standard .25 ACP ammo has a .043 inch rim thickness and a rim diameter of .302 inch. The case length is .615 inch, while the overall length of the full cartridge is slightly larger than the popular .22LR at .91 inch.
While it’s not the most popular ammunition by any means, the .25 Auto is still around, even though many of its contemporary competitors have become obsolete and are now unheard of. In the modern era, many consider the .25 ACP a niche round and the cartridge continues to hold its place in the low power, low caliber ammunition world.
Development of the .25 ACP Ammo
When Browning released the .25 ACP ammunition in 1905, it was to a European audience. In 1908, the cartridge was released in the United States with the Colt Model 1908 Vest Pocket Pistol. These pistols shared the same blowback design as the 1905 original chambered for the .25 ACP. This style continues to be mimicked in most .25 ACP chambered semi-auto handguns, even today. These style of pistols were some of the first guns designed for concealed carry and were used by men who wanted to keep their firearms undetectable or to carry an undisclosed pistol for backup.
Due to their small size and low power, these pistols were often dismissed as mouse guns and considered by many too small for anything but show. Add in a series of poor quality .25 Auto chambered firearms released from Spanish and American gun companies during the early 20th century, and the cartridge’s reputation became even more damaged. However, the .25 ACP is lethal and firearms in this caliber should be treated with the same respect as larger caliber weapons.
The .25 ACP for Self Defense
Even with the mixed opinions of .25 caliber ammo, these early blowback pistols and their modern counterparts became popular for concealed carry and as purse pistols. While not the biggest cartridge or the most deadly, the .25 Auto has held its place in the world of self-defense pistols and concealed carry weapons since its inception over 100 years ago.
Due to the ammunition’s small size, firearms chambered for .25 ACP ammo are often smaller than an adult’s palm. Individuals can easily conceal the firearms on their person and these guns are often used as backups found in purses, pockets, and boots on civilians, soldiers, law enforcement, and even spies throughout the world.
The caliber may be small (the smallest centerfire ammunition in production), but it addresses and attempts to fix the common problems faced by other small-caliber rounds. Many small calibers, including the .22 Long, .22 Short, .22LR, and .17 HMR, face reliability issues because of their rimfire design. The .25 ACP is significantly more reliable than these and other rimfire cartridges, simply due to its centerfire primer.
Coming from a revolver, small-caliber ammo lacked power and had poor penetration. While the .25 cal is still a low-power round, it has a decent velocity and, with ballistic technology, reaches an average penetration of seven to 11 inches. With today’s bullets, about 25 percent of .25 ACP ammo, when hit on target, can result in an immediate incapacitation of a threat.
Now, with the era of modern ammunition, many manufacturers make .25 Auto ammo hollow point rounds and other self-defense cartridges, improving even more on the caliber’s performance and stopping ability.
Popular Names for .25 ACP Ammo
Like other calibers of the time, the .25 AUTO is known by many names, some right and some not-so-right. Here are some of the most common terms for the cartridge:
- .25 Automatic Colt Pistol
- .25 ACP
- .25 Auto
- .25 Automatic
- 6.35mm ammo
- 6.35mm Browning
- 6.35 x 16mmSR
- Baby Browning
There’s also the .25 North American Arms (NAA) ammo, which was first manufactured in 1999. While using the same bullet size and case length, this cartridge features a bottleneck casing, which improves its reliability.
Sometimes, people refer to the cartridge in the wrong way. They may eliminate the space between the caliber size and ammunition, such as .25ACP or .25Auto. And although the meaning is still intact, referring to the ammunition this way is grammatically wrong.
Other times, they eliminate the period before the caliber size, as in 25 ACP or 25 caliber ammo. This, too, is incorrect. The dot before the caliber is not a period, but a decimal point. Because the number represents an actual measurement, in this case .25 inch, the decimal point is necessary.
|25 ACP Bullet WEIGHT||Muzzle VELOCITY (fps)||Muzzle ENERGY (ft. lbs.)||Mid-Range TRAJECTORY (in.)||Barrel Length (in.)|
|Muzzle||50 yds.||100 yds.||Muzzle||50 yds.||100 yds.||50 yds.||100 yds.|
|45 Grain JHP||815||n/a||n/a||66||n/a||n/a||n/a||n/a||n/a|
|50 Grain FMJ||810||n/a||n/a||73||n/a||n/a||n/a||n/a||n/a|
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Prvi ppu 25 Acp auto 50 Grain Full Metal Jacket Ammunition 1000 rounds (containing 20 boxes of 50 rounds each)
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