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The annealed case should polish out just fine, and is a pretty common remedy for work hardening as well. Greetings Axel. Newer Post Older Post Home. Results 1 to 11 of PPU Headstamp1. Is it boxer or berdan primered? I've tried one of their bullets and it wasn't comparable to similar domestic bullets. I have seen it used with other Yugo headstamps for example Hansen.
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All times are GMT Don't recall any problems with my Prvi brass being Herpes and scrotum soft. Posts I know of one case where PRVI brass was used for an obsolete large caliber cartridge and apparently the neck had been heated too much during Partizan prvi brass nny from the factory and the shoulders were collapsing when bullets were seated with little effort. Advanced Search. Would not chamber. Upon chambering the 2nd round, the bolt would not close. I've seen advertisements for R and 50BMG brass made by Australian Defence Industries which would probably be good quality but I don't know why they don't make W brass anymore. Never again. Pulled the bolt and looked down the barrel into the action, nothing. Very good info, thanks guys. I get more reloads out of my Prvi brass than Remington or Winchester. Looked thru the action, again nothing.
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Remember Me? Advanced Search. Results 1 to 11 of My co-worker has had good results with the ammo so I am considering buying some if the brass is decent or comparable to Rem. Wincheser etc. Thanks PD. Join Date Feb Location aurora, co Posts 3, Originally Posted by Propdoc Just wondering if anyone has experience with this brass. I know of one case where PRVI brass was used for an obsolete large caliber cartridge and apparently the neck had been heated too much during annealing from the factory and the shoulders were collapsing when bullets were seated with little effort.
The individual was going to contact the vendor, but I didn't hear the final results. That may be an isolated case because it was a rare cartridge. This ammo is cheap In Australia where Lapua and Norma brass is cheaper than than Remchester brass I bought rounds of Highland AX ammo to fireform AI cases a couple of years ago - the cases hadn't been acid washed and the annealing was obvious, but that doesn't tell you how soft it is.
They formed as well as hand loaded Norma and Winchester cases and had no issues with high pressure reloads - good, because not all reloading is fun anymore. I suspect Norma has had a hard time of it on the internet with respect to "soft case heads" - maybe some batches of some cases, sure, but Weatherby use it for factory ammo.
Can't be too soft at those pressures. I never tried Lapua brass because it wasn't available but it must be the best, musn't it? Very good info, thanks guys.
Posts Prvi Partizan There was a problem with some brass. Starting loads caused excess pressure. Here is one. Originally Posted by winxb. There was a problem with some brass.
I was at the range last Friday shooting my Win Rem The 1st round. It shot ok. Upon chambering the 2nd round, the bolt would not close. Thought it was an oversized case. Tried a second and a third. All the same. Would not chamber. Tried my hand loads. The same thing. Pulled the bolt and looked down the barrel into the action, nothing. Looked thru the action, again nothing. Went home, really pissed. Went into the shop, put the barrel into the fixture and pulled the barrel.
Incidently, this is a blueprinted Rem One barrel is a 6. The other is the original Win barrel which I was shooting. The result. I found a complete primer in the lug slot in the front of the action. It came out of the back of the 1st case. Just to be safe, I pulled the other 19 bullets from the cases, fertilized my lawn, popped the primers out and threw out the brass.
Never again. They may all be ok, but not for me. Join Date Dec Location n. Hello Gents, Discovered your site a short time ago and joined today when I noticed this thread on Prvi Partizan brass. I'm hardly an expert on rifles, shooting, reloading and etc.
Have some European cartridge military rifles, such as 6. Hardly the quality of Lapua, but I've found it to be decent brass and reasonably priced. Don't recall any problems with my Prvi brass being too soft. But have experienced Prvi being what I thought was too hard, when I first resized some of it. I get more reloads out of my Prvi brass than Remington or Winchester.
Sounds like PRVI may have some quality control issues with brass. I've tried one of their bullets and it wasn't comparable to similar domestic bullets. I've seen advertisements for R and 50BMG brass made by Australian Defence Industries which would probably be good quality but I don't know why they don't make W brass anymore. When reloaded free ammo is good but a gr military FMJ is not a gr Match King that brass would handle very high pressures.
When the army handed the range over to the SA state government there was no more free ammo and inevitably the range was turned into a freeway and a truck parking lot for a transport business owned by someone who made a lot of donations to state politicians.
Luckily one of the members in my rifle club was a member of parliament and helped secure a new range for fullbore shooting and f-class, but it's not in the metropolitan area.
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Originally Posted by Propdoc I get more reloads out of my Prvi brass than Remington or Winchester. Sounds like PRVI may have some quality control issues with brass. Prvi Partizan There was a problem with some brass. All times are GMT Results 1 to 11 of
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I have several dozen PRVI. My initial impression from them was that they had more blow-by than some brass, but otherwise seemed fine. They may use a slightly harder alloy than Remington etc that doesn't obturate as well. I'd suggest tumbling them clean and giving them a close examination, then reloading at the "start" load and seeing how they look after being fired.
Depending on how much effort you want to put in them, they may need to be annealed. I reload prvi brass, particularly. Can't be sure from you pic but it might just be discoloration from the annealing process that you are seeing.
But it is decent brass. Reload away and report back. I've reloaded 7. I didn't get the "match" ammo with the annealed case necks like Murphy mentioned. Mine all look fine after one batch of reloads; time will tell. I've reloaded PRVI 7. It's good brass. The discoloration is from the annealing process of the case neck. Quite common with military brass and some commercial ammo. The annealed case should polish out just fine, and is a pretty common remedy for work hardening as well.
Shouldnt be a problem. One thing to note is that some SMLE chambers are sloppy, both by design and due to bolt swapping, so die adjustment is key to longetivity. I size mine just enough to chamber easily, which leaves the brass a little over spec in my gun. This cuts down on work hardening and the brass lasts a lot longer. The Remington is 'Commercial' ammo, so they take great pains to make it 'look' shiny. That costs extra. PP is loaded to military specs, which calls for annealed necks, but not the extra polishing step that commercial brass gets.
I Load PP all the time. To my consideration, it's fairly soft-ish brass, which I approve of. That means I will get more reloads per case before I begin seeing neck splits and such.
My favorite patch of 7. Just saying If I remember correctly isn;t there something strange about PP's primer holes? I think they are more square than normal causing issues with getting the primer set properly. Carteach0 had an article on annealing your brass to make it last longer.
It groups nice and tight, shoots clean, and is relatively inexpensive. I have reloaded Privi brass with no extra issues. I think you are seeing the annealing on the case. You can see it on surplus military I read somewhere that part of the U.
I suspect that the brass is annealed before the final neck forming, so this would likely be general practice. Discoloration not an issue. Check for cracks and stress marks near base, shoulder and neck each and every time you reload it.
Biggest advantage to me with polishing brass is that it keeps my die's cleaner. Also easier to lube clean brass. My rifle brass gets polished twice. Once as-is from the range to save wear on my sizing dies, and once again after sizing to clean the lube off. Same can for three years now. I had some Prvi Partizan British.
At least, I think it was PP. It had what looked like Greek letters on the casehead; I decided much later that they were Cyrillic. I bought the box on impulse at a gun show during a long period in which I couldn't shoot at all. Shot them up. Assumed they were corrosive, which gave me a chance to use my genuine hot-water funnel on my No. I then kept the brass for a couple of years until I showed them to a handloading friend of mine.
He shined a light into each casemouth, pronounced them "garbage" I suppose they had Berdan primers? Anyway, it was a while back so I don't trust my recollection much. I've loaded rounds of Prvi 6. Setting primers with a hammer is fun. I haven't had any problems with mine, but if I modernize to 20th century reloading technology who knows what I'll run into.
I've used their 7. I did notice that the 7. Whatever the cause, I annealed the necks and the stuff is working quite nicely; some has been reloaded five times now with no cracks. Post a Comment. Sunday, July 22, Has anyone reloaded Privi Partizan brass? Doing an inspection on the brass prior to reloading, it became clear that not all brass is created equal. Posted by Borepatch.
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