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I have never shot the Privi Partisan (PPU) 7.65 Browning ammo. I have put a lot of their 9x19 down range though.
Just wondering how it works in our PP series pistols. Currently S&B and GECO, which are my two known best loadings in 32 are not available.

Any of you gents have experience with it?

I have a new to me Beretta 81 on the way, and want to be well stocked.
 

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I recently shot a box of it without any issues thru my late-1950s Manurhin PP. I have been happy with it and S&B in .32, .380, and 9mm, FWIIW.
 

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Thanks!

I will pick some up and give it a try.
 

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There's some in my stash, and I've surely reloaded the brass. Great to have a good supply, because it is neat to shoot.
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Did you get one of them from AIM?
Mine is sitting at my FFL, but can't get there till Wednesday evening.

Purchased two brand new mags from Beretta, but sadly they are now out of stock.
 

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In general, PPU ammo is well-respected. It's produced in Serbia.

It's popular in 7.62/.308 for the M1A and .30-06 for the M1, and the brass is good for reloading.

EDIT: I always purchase PPU from SGAMMO.com. Good prices and service. No BS.
 

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Did you get one of them from AIM?
I meant to but they sold out by Thursday afternoon. I had to order mine from Classic. They don't have a great reputation so I hope that I don't get burned. The Tokarev that I bought from them was in pretty good condition so I'm cautiously optimistic.
 

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I haven't had any problems with PPU in my Manurhin. It even liked the PPU 71gr JHPs.
 
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