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Stock Number: PP303SP1
Inventory Status: IN STOCK
1 to 24 - $13.95
25 and up - $13.50
It's not bad...and Prvi brass is reloadable. Make your Enfield happy and get some.
I bought some 150 and 180 grain stuff for a pal who's got a cherry No 5 jungle carbine. The 180 grain stuff was certainly more fun to shoot. When I bought it, it was about $15/20 plus delivery. Brad
I've had good results with Prvi in a couple of different calibers. Bought a couple of hundred rounds of 7.5 Swiss. Reloadable brass, accurate, reliable. If the price is right for you, get some.
Well, that's timely. I bumped into a former co-worker at the range last Sunday and he said he'd just bought a Lee Enfield.Unfortunately I can't rememeber his phone number, email address, or last name.I suck as a friend.
Now for some powder, primers and bullets so you can re-use the brass.And just in case you ever need to set up another FOB Borepatch, a Lee hand press.
I've shot the .223 Privi and the 7.5 Swiss stuff. Yer good to go, Maynard!
I have run Privi in a lot of guns. Good stuff. If I had a .303, I'd get some
Be sure to check the accuracy of the bullets in the PRVI stuff before buying very much. The last batch I bought had .308" diameter bullets and shot poorly with regards to accuracy. The older batches all had .311" diameter bullets and shot very nicely. YMMV.
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