7.62x54R – PPU 182 Grain Boat Tail FMJ Case

Manufacturer – Privi Partizan

Bullet – 182 Grain Full Metal Jacket Boat Tail

Case – Brass

Use – Range / Target / Training

Quantity – 15 Rounds Per Box, 750 Per Case


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UPC: 8605003820239MPN / SKU: 8605003820239


 This ammunition produced by Privi Partizan is a great choice for target shooting, they prioritize accuracy and consistency when producing their 7.62x54R ammunition. It is non-corrosive and reloadable making it perfect for high volume shooters.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
Igor Gagach
Good stuff 7.62x54

Good price, fast shipping, good quality ammo!!!!

Russell Anderson
7.62x54R - PPU 182 Grain Boat Tail FMJ Case

I was very pleased with the price. The ammo shoots an average group consistent with milspec ammo.

Vitaly Gruzdev
Brilliant ammo!

It is brilliant ammo! I am sorry I did not order another box of this ammo. The quality is just great. The price is excellent. Shipment was rapid. It was my pleasure to deal with Velocity Ammunition Sales. I will buy from them again.

Robert Van Sickle
Fantastic price!

As of the time of writing this, this cost roughly $0.53 per round. That's impressive! Plus free shipping? Where have you been all my life...

Even before the pandemic, reloadable brass ammo was at least $0.60, and even the cheapest bi-metal Barnaul was roughly $0.40. These 182 grain pills are probably gonna beat me to death fired out of my Mosin, but I'll be smiling the whole time! Will be checking this site on a regular basis from now on.

Word of caution: DO NOT shoot this out of a PSL. Most will use this for their Mosins anyways, but for those using a PSL/FPK or planning to get one (like me), this isn't your go-to. That system was not made to use heavy ball, and you will beat the dickens out of your rear trunnion. Do your research if you don't believe me. That being said, this out of a Mosin or Finnish M39 will likely be the best MOA-per-dollar out there!