Ammo at MidwayUSA

Discussion in 'P-3AT' started by kelteclover, Aug 7, 2009.

  1. kelteclover

    kelteclover Guest

    Jun 2, 2009
    Just to let you guys know, MidwayUSA currently has "in Stock" Prvi Partizan .380 ammo for $15.99 for a box of 50 FMJ. I thought this was a pretty fair price considering our current "shortage." Thought some of you may be interested.

  2. drg-racr

    drg-racr New Member

    Jul 29, 2009
    Thanks for the tip! Needed some XD clips and a holster so I also ordered a couple boxes of the .380 PRVI also...I really like that ammo, much softer recoil than other range ammo.

  3. CCWMan

    CCWMan New Member

    Aug 5, 2005
    That's alot cheaper than what others are getting for .380. See The Counter for another price quote.

    Last Spring - when there wasn't any .380 to be found - I paid $25/box of 50 for Federal's economy "American Eagle" brand. Knew I was getting ripped off and bought it anyways just to have some.

    Would love to hear some range reports of how this ammo works out.
  4. drg-racr

    drg-racr New Member

    Jul 29, 2009
    I fired about 75 rounds of the PRVI Partizan through my P3at and a friend of mine fired 100 or so rounds of it through his LCP and we really like it. It has far less recoil than Blazer Brass .380 and cycles great.
  5. lee4019

    lee4019 Guest

    Jul 21, 2009
    Thanks! I'm stocked up now.
  6. trekgod3

    trekgod3 New Member

    Feb 28, 2006
    Thanks! I just ordered 4 boxes. Since I have a C&R, I get the "dealer price" of $15.49/box. With shipping, it came out to $18.46 a box. Decent, considering I haven't seen 380 anywhere in over a year.
  7. cm

    cm New Member

    Jun 3, 2007
    Trenton, MI.
    I ask Top Gun to save me a box of MagTech about a month ago.
    Got one box (50) yesterday, $15.99 plus sales tax.
  8. Gr8oneJC

    Gr8oneJC New Member

    Aug 7, 2009
    Thanks!!!! You can only buy 4 boxes at one time during a 48 Hour period. Maybe I'll be able to get some more Monday. Thanks again, I stinks not shooting your own gun because it feels like every round is precious.