Ammo InStock: Prvi Partizan 9mm FMJ 124 Gr 1000 Round w/ Ammo Can $599.99

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Prvi Partizan 9mm FMJ 124 Gr 1000 Round Ammo Can

USA – -( Sportsman’s Warehouse has 1000 Round Ammo Cans of Prvi Partizan 9mm FMJ 124 Grain ammo in stock and shipping as of this post date for $599.99 each. That is $0.599 each a round, plus a FREE and reusable ammo can.

PPU (Prvi Partizan) is one of the oldest, largest and most versatile ammunition manufacturers in Europe.Buy Now Gun Deals

Their factory is located in the city of Uzice in southwestern Serbia. They have been manufacturing ammunition since 1928 and currently supply ammunition to the armed forces and police of Serbia as well as many other countries. In addition to that, we also produce sporting and hunting ammunition. The quality of PPU products is always a priority and to that end, utilizes only the most modern equipment and machinery. Through years of research and innovation, PPU has managed to develop a wide assortment of ammunition, which will suit the needs of the most particular users. Thanks to rigorous quality control and precise workmanship PPU delivers highly reliable ammunition with high-performance characteristics. This 1000 round bulk pack will provide hours on enjoyment or training and the steel ammo can is an added plus.


  • Caliber: 9×19 NATO (9mm)
  • Bullet Weight: 124 grain
  • Bullet Style: Full Metal Jacket
  • Casing: Brass
  • Muzzle Velocity: 1263 fps
  • Muzzle Energy: 439 ft. lbs.
  • Ballistic Coefficient: 0.169
  • Quantity: 1000

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Ammo InStock: Prvi Partizan 9mm FMJ 124 Gr 1000 Round w/ Ammo Can $599.99

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From $10.00 a 50 rd box to three times as much? Wow, talk about price gouging. I have a choice to not buy, and that incidentally is my choice!


I agree you have a choice and your choice was logical. However, this is not price gouging. There are a handful of people on this board who keep throwing that term out without being educated on its meaning. Some of the people misusing the term are merely venting about the price increases. While that is completely understandable, they should not use the term “price gouging” – that term is a legal term that invites government intervention. Other people who are using the term openly state they want a larger, more powerful government to address what they perceive as a problem.… Read more »