If you’re not familiar with military ammo designations, don’t let M193 trick you into thinking this ammo’s something unusual. M193 is just the name of the military’s standard 5.56 ammo.
This round’s 55 grain bullet has a full metal jacket for smooth feeding in a semi-auto and a boat tail to help it retain more momentum downrange. “Prvi Partizan” certainly sounds Russian, but the company is actually Serbian. Unlike Russian manufacturers, Prvi Partizan does not put steel in their bullets’ cores or jackets. That’s why it’s safe for ranges which ban magnetic ammo!
Prvi Partizan’s cases are made of pure brass, with the non-corrosive Boxer primers you need to avoid damaging your rifle and look forward to handloading back at HQ.