Prvi Partizan (PPU) 9mm Luger 124 Grain FMJ Ammo

Prvi Partizan

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9mm Luger
Prvi Partizan
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You spend a lot of time shooting (and hitting) targets. Accuracy matters to you and you’re working towards being one of the best. Prvi Partizan (PPU) FMJ, Military Grade 9mm ammo is a great choice for you.

PPU gives you clean burning ammo that is known for being high quality. You can read 50 reviews on PPU Mil-Spec 9mm Luger handgun ammo, and not one will mention a negative aspect – except that it can be hard to find! 

PPU 9mm FMJ Ammo Highlights:

  • 9mm Luger – For your semi-automatic pistols. Great for gearing up for a competition. Or if you just want to improve your groupings at the range.
  • Velocity – 1120 fps. PPU is known for burning hotter than American brands.
  • Brass Casing – New, non-corrosive, and reloadable.
  • 124 Grain – provides you with medium velocity and not too much recoil. Also great for self-defense.
  • Full Metal Jacket – FMJ feeds smoothly into your gun chamber. Giving you great target penetration without expansion.

Prvi Partizan currently supplies ammo to the Serbian military and police. As well as to many other countries' militaries. As an older, larger ammo manufacturer, PPU is known for excellent quality. It is highly recommended that you buy it when you find it in stock. With PPU Mil-Spec 9mm luger, you don’t sacrifice quality for price.

If you’re looking for consistency, accuracy, and quality then this Prvi Partizan 9mm is for you.

No ammo is eligible for returns. We ship to you anywhere in the Continental United States (with some restrictions).

Prvi Partizan 9mm Luger FAQ:

PPU 9mm ammo is made in Uzice, Serbia. They are one of the largest, most versatile manufacturers in Europe.

Trusted by militaries around the world, PPU is great ammo. Whether you’re a beginner or a serious marksman.

9mm luger, 9x19mm parabellum, 9x19mm, and 9mm are all the same ammo. It is called 9mm luger after the Austrian gunsmith Georg Luger, who came up with the 9mm luger cartridge in 1903.