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History of 25 ACP Ammo

The 25 acp ammo was First created by John Browning in 1905, the .25 Automatic Colt Pistol (ACP) is a centerfire cartridge that was

designed for the Fabrique Nationale (FN) Model 1905 pistol, a vest pocket pistol made for gentlemen of the era.

The firearm was released in Belgium in 1906, and quickly rose to popularity.

The .25 caliber ammo, often called .25 Auto, measures 6.35 x 16mmSR, or semi-rimmed, and is typically used in subcompact semi-automatic pistols.

It features a standard 50 grain (gr) bullet that sits in a semi-rimmed, straight-walled casing and is fed into the firing chamber via a removable magazine.

Often a jacketed lead bullet, the projectile of this cartridge measures .251 inch while the case base measures .278 inch.

The standard .25 ACP ammo has a .043 inch rim thickness and a rim diameter of .302 inch.

The case length is .615 inch, while the overall length of the full cartridge is slightly larger than the popular .22LR at .91 inch.

While it’s not the most popular ammunition by any means

, the .25 Auto is still around, even though many of its contemporary competitors have become obsolete and are now unheard of.

In the modern era, many consider the .25 ACP a niche round and the cartridge continues to hold its place in the low power,

low caliber ammunition world.

The .25 ACP (Automatic Colt Pistol) (6.35x16mmSR) centerfire pistol cartridge is a semi-rimmed,

straight-walled pistol cartridge introduced by John Browning in 1905 alongside the Fabrique Nationale M1905 pistol.

The cartridge was designed by John Browning for early blowback pistols that lacked a breech locking mechanism.

The cartridge was designed to duplicate the performance of a .22 Long Rifle cartridge, when fired from a 2″ barrel.

The .25 caliber was the smallest case Browning could use, and utilize primer pocket and sufficient rim.

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Since 1928, Prvi Partizan has been producing custom ammunition in Serbia for competition, indoor ranges and big game hunting.

Today Prvi Partizan is a modern factory that is shoulder to shoulder with the most well-known ammunition manufacturers in the world.

Offering a wide range of commercial and military calibers for hunters and target shooters throughout the world.

 

All Prvi ammunition meets SAAMI standards and is ran through an internal quality management system to ensure 100% customer satisfaction.

These loads feature Full Metal Jacketbullets that are general-purpose bullets suitable for auto loading pistols.

They provide excellent cartridge feeding into the chamber with good penetration and no expansion.

Highly accurate and affordable these bullets are preferred for target shooting.

This ammunition is new production, non-corrosive, in boxer primed, reloadable brass cases.

25 acp ammo

Is 25 ACP ammo still made?

Yes, there are still several companies that make .25 ACP ammo. Federal Premium 25 ACP and CCI Ammunition 25 ACP are in current production,

just to name two.

Although production of new firearms chambered in 25 ACP ammo are few and far between,

so many of these pocket pistols were made over the 20th century that there is still demand for the little cartridges.

Do they make 25 acp ammo point bullets?

Yes, some companies do make hollow points for the .25 ACP. A notable example would be Hornady 25 ACP ammo,

they make a JHP (Jacketed Hollow Point) in the caliber.

What does ACP stand for in ammo?

In ammo terminology, ACP stands for Automatic Colt Pistol.

This is because they were originally designed for use in Colt handguns (there were also many FN pistols that were essentially clones of the Colts).

Although the .45 ACP is overwhelmingly the most popular and well-known,

it is not the original Automatic Colt Pistol: that honor goes to the .32 ACP that was developed in 1899.

Following that was the .38 ACP in 1900, the .25 ACP in 1905 (along with .45 ACP), and the .380 ACP came along in 1908.

Just because the name “Colt” is in the middle doesn’t mean they’re the only ones who make them:

many gun manufacturers make a variety of models chambered in the various Automatic Colt Pistol cartridges.

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The .25 Acp Ammo (Automatic Colt Pistol) (6.35x16mmSR) centerfire pistol cartridge is a semi-rimmed,

straight-walled pistol cartridge introduced by John Browning in 1905 alongside the Fabrique Nationale M1905 pistol.

The cartridge was designed by John Browning for early blowback pistols that lacked a breech locking mechanism.

The cartridge was designed to duplicate the performance of a .22 Long Rifle cartridge, when fired from a 2″ barrel.

The .25 caliber was the smallest case Browning could use, and utilize primer pocket and sufficient rim.

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Specifications 25 acp ammo for sale

Product Information

Cartridge 25 ACP
Grain Weight 50 Grains
Quantity 500 Round
Muzzle Velocity 771 Feet Per Second
Muzzle Energy 66 Foot Pounds
Bullet Style Full Metal Jacket
Lead Free No
Case Type Brass
Primer Boxer
Corrosive No
Reloadable Yes
Test Barrel Length 2 Inches

 

 

Cartridge 25 ACP
Grain Weight 50 Grains
Quantity 500 Round
Muzzle Velocity 771 Feet Per Second
Muzzle Energy 66 Foot Pounds
Bullet Style Full Metal Jacket
Lead Free No
Case Type Brass
Primer Boxer

Development of the  25 ACP Ammo

When Browning released the .25 ACP ammunition in 1905, it was to a European audience.

In 1908, the cartridge was released in the United States with the Colt Model 1908 Vest Pocket Pistol.

These pistols shared the same blowback design as the 1905 original chambered for the .25 ACP.

This style continues to be mimicked in most .25 ACP chambered semi-auto handguns, even today.

These style of pistols were some of the first guns designed for concealed carry and were used by men who wanted to keep their

firearms undetectable or to carry an undisclosed pistol for backup.

Due to their small size and low power, these pistols were often dismissed as mouse guns and considered by many too small for anything but show.

Add in a series of poor quality .25 Auto chambered firearms released from Spanish and American gun companies during the early 20th century,

and the cartridge’s reputation became even more damaged.

However, the .25 ACP is lethal and firearms in this caliber should be treated with the same respect as larger caliber weapons.

The .25 ACP for Self Defense

Even with the mixed opinions of .25 caliber ammo,

these early blowback pistols and their modern counterparts became popular for concealed carry and as purse pistols.

While not the biggest cartridge or the most deadly,

the .25 Auto has held its place in the world of self-defense pistols and concealed carry weapons since its inception over 100 years ago.

Due to the ammunition’s small size, firearms chambered for .25 ACP ammo are often smaller than an adult’s palm.

Individuals can easily conceal the firearms on their person and these guns are often used as backups found in purses, pockets,

and boots on civilians, soldiers, law enforcement, and even spies throughout the world.

The caliber may be small (the smallest centerfire ammunition in production),

but it addresses and attempts to fix the common problems faced by other small-caliber rounds.

Many small calibers, including the .22 Long, .22 Short, .22LR, and .17 HMR, face reliability issues because of their rimfire design.

The .25 ACP is significantly more reliable than these and other rimfire cartridges, simply due to its centerfire primer.

Coming from a revolver, small-caliber ammo lacked power and had poor penetration.

While the .25 cal is still a low-power round, it has a decent velocity and, with ballistic technology, reaches an average penetration of seven to 11 inches.

With today’s bullets, about 25 percent of .25 ACP ammo, when hit on target, can result in an immediate incapacitation of a threat.

Now, with the era of modern ammunition, many manufacturers

make .25 Auto ammo hollow point rounds and other self-defense cartridges, improving even more on the caliber’s performance and stopping ability.

Types of .25 Auto Ammo

Like other ammunitions, the .25 caliber ammo comes in different forms with different functions and purposes.

Although it doesn’t come in as many varieties as more popular calibers like 9mm or .45 ACP ammo, the .25 Auto is often seen in:

  • Full metal jacket (FMJ): FMJ ammo is the most common form of .25 Auto ammo for sale and features
  • a lead bullet surrounded in a harder metal that helps the bullet keep its shape. While great for target shooting and training,
  • FMJ is not an effective self-defense round, especially in .25 cal.
  • Jacketed hollow point (JHP): The JHP bullet is hollowed, narrowing to a point in its lead center.
  • This allows the bullet to expand on impact, creating more damage and improving stopping power.
  • JHP is the most common self-defense .25 ACP ammo for sale today.
  • Gold Dot hollow point (GDHP): Specially designed for self defense, GDHP ammunition is a hollow point cartridge formed in two stages;
  • a pre-fluted core creates fault lines, controlling the expansion and final diameter of the bullet.
  • Extreme terminal performance (XTP): Designed for self defense by Hornady, XTP bullets start as basic JHP,
  • before having precise serration divide the bullet’s outer cover into equal segments. These serrations weaken the jacket and allow for controlled expansion, even in low-velocity ammunition.
  • Glaser safety slug (SS): SS ammo features a frangible bullet, which is similar in structure to a JHP,
  • but the hollow point is filled with bird shot. Frangible bullets are used in self defense and by law enforcement,
  • as their penetrating power is limited and less likely to unintentionally injure bystanders due to over-penetration.

.25 ACP Ballistics

There’s no doubt that the .25 caliber ammunition is smaller than ideal for many situations, including self defense and hunting

– but that doesn’t make the ammo obsolete or useless. In fact, with its mild recoil and relatively decent accuracy,

the .25 ACP cartridge is reliable and durable as a backup, concealed carry weapon, last resort gun, or as a firearm for shooting small pests and vermin.

While it has a surprising velocity, averaging between 760 to 815 feet per second (fps),

the delivered energy from a .25 ACP often leaves its shooter desiring more. And while its stopping power doesn’t compare to higher-caliber ammunition,

the .25 ACP is still lethal, can cause significant damage to a threat, and can act as a deterrent when the situation’s needed.

When it comes to stopping power, this small cartridge doesn’t create a wound near the size made by high-power pistol ammo,

like the .357 Magnum or even the .38 Special, but it can stop a threat.

The average bullet wound for .25 Auto ammo has a diameter the size of a pencil and penetrates anywhere from seven to 11 inches (the length of a standard pencil is 7.5 inches).

While a .25 cal bullet may not leave giant holes in a perpetrator, six or seven pencil-size holes shot through a torso definitely creates stopping power.

It should be noted that when in self-defense situations and armed with a low-caliber pistol, headshots should be avoided.

These bullets may not penetrate the skull and, instead, ricochet. When this occurs,

it doesn’t cause serious injury and significantly limits stopping power. Instead, aim for mid-body, particularly the chest and heart area.

.25 ACP ammo background

The .25 ACP (automatic Colt pistol) was manufactured in 1905 by John Browning and is currently the smallest centerfire pistol round in production.

It is chambered in pocket pistols and revolvers.

.25 ACP ammo specs

Manufactured for semi-automatic pistols, the semi-rimmed, straight-walled

.25 ACP ammo was designed to match the performance of a .22 long rifle cartridge. The bullet’s diameter is 251 inches (6.4 mm),

extending to the neck (.276 inches, 7.0 mm) and to the base (.278 inches, 7.1 mm) and rim (302 inches, 7.7 mm).

The case is .615 inches (15.6 mm) long, .91 inches (23 mm) overall. The rifling twist is 1:16. The primer is boxer small pistol variety.

Popular Firearms Chambered in .25 Auto

Many firearms have been chambered for the .25 ACP cartridge,

including several revolvers, most variations of the Revolver de Poche, or Velo-dog,

a small revolver used during the early 20th century to defend its user against dog attacks.

The unique Lercker pistol, also designed to fire the .25 ACP, was fully automatic with a 20-round magazine and fired 1,200 rounds per minute.

Today, buyers can find a variety of antique semi-automatics chambered in .25 Auto that were manufactured in Belgium,

Italy, Germany, and the former USSR. Many modern firearm manufacturers have also made guns for .25 Auto ammunition,

including Kel-Tec, American Arms, Phoenix Arms, and Taurus.

Magazine-fed, .25 cal chambered firearms are available in both striker-fired and hammer-fired varieties.

Some of the modern favorites include:

  • Raven MP-25: A popular six-plus-one conceal carry handgun, the Raven MP-25 was often referred to as a
  • Saturday Night Special because of its availability and low cost.
  • Baby Browning: The original Baby Browning was first manufactured in 1931. And even today,
  • more than 20 variations of the original model are still being made, especially in European countries.
  • Beretta Bobcat: Manufacturing started on the user-friendly Bobcat in 1984, and this .25 cal gun is still available today,
  • although supplies are often limited.
  • Taurus PLY25: Although no longer in production, the Taurus PLY25 weighs less than 11 ounces and is smaller than many smartphones,
  • making it an ideal option for a boot gun or backup firearm.

Popular Names for .25 ACP Ammo

Like other calibers of the time, the .25 ACP ammo is known by many names, some right and some not-so-right.

Here are some of the most common terms for the cartridge:

  • .25 Automatic Colt Pistol
  • .25 ACP
  • .25 Auto
  • .25 Automatic
  • 6.35mm
  • 6.35mm Browning
  • 6.35 x 16mmSR
  • Baby Browning

There’s also the .25 North American Arms (NAA) ammo, which was first manufactured in 1999.

While using the same bullet size and case length, this cartridge features a bottleneck casing, which improves its reliability.

Sometimes, people refer to the cartridge in the wrong way.

They may eliminate the space between the caliber size and ammunition, such as .25ACP or .25Auto.

And although the meaning is still intact, referring to the ammunition this way is grammatically wrong.

Other times, they eliminate the period before the caliber size, as in 25 ACP or 25 caliber ammo. This, too, is incorrect.

The dot before the caliber is not a period, but a decimal point. Because the number represents an actual measurement,

in this case .25 inch, the decimal point is necessary.

.25 ACP vs .32 ACP

If a shooter’s goal is self defense, a larger caliber is, most of the time, better.

When comparing .25 ACP to .32 ACP, the differences between the two start with the bullet weight and size.

The .32 offers a larger projectile that often weighs more, on average ranging from 60 to 75 gr, with variances on both ends,

while the .25 ACP bullet weighs a standard 50 gr.

The .32 ACP’s velocity averages between 900 and 1,100 fps, with specialty ballistic tips reaching up to 1,815 fps.

The .25 Auto, on the other hand, reaches velocities between 760 and 1,100 fps on the highest end, leading to a much lower travel speed and impact.

The .32 ACP offers a muzzle velocity between 123 and 220 ft·lb, while .25 cal ammo reaches only 63 to 94 ft·lb – again,

lowering its stopping power and wound sizes.

When it comes to size, the differences are rather significant, with the .32 ACP measuring 7.66 x 17mm and the .25 ACP measuring 6.35 x 16mm.

While this gives the shooter a smaller bullet and less powder, it also allows for some benefits.

These include a small-size firearm with the ability to hold more ammunition.

The ability to conceal carry a handgun no matter what clothes a person is wearing, especially in the boot or pocket,

along with the extra round or two allowed by the .25 ACP magazine.

These features may make up for what the handgun lacks in energy and velocity.

Regardless what people say about the .25 ACP cartridge, American gun owners, as well as others from around the world,

still find use for this hundred-year-old round today. It may not be the biggest or the strongest ammunition available,

but its effectiveness, low recoil, and ability to be concealed keep it around enough that

ammo manufacturers like Federal and Fiocchi continue to produce it.

FAQ

How effective is 25 ACP ammo?

The .25 ACP can be lethal. Although it’s not the most effective cartridge and not recommended by many self-defense advocates,

it still serves a role in the world of concealed carry weapons, especially in the subcompact pocket and purse pistols.

Which is more powerful, the .22 LR or the  25 ACP ammo?

The .25 ACP is slightly less powerful than the .22 LR, but it’s significantly more reliable.

While the ACP has a larger bullet, it can’t reach the velocity and energy levels of the smaller projectile.

But due to its centerfire design, the .25 Auto is much less likely to fail or malfunction than the rimfire .22 LR and,

therefore, recommended over the smaller cartridge for self-defense purposes.

Who made the Dickson Detective 25 ACP ammo?

The Dickson Detective .25 ACP was manufactured by Galesi Arms, which was also known as Industria Armi Galesi.

It was an Italian company that produced firearms from 1910 through 1991. Although it made some military automatic weapons,

it was most known for small self-defense weapons like the Dickson Detective, which was also available in .22 Short and .22 Long.

How much does a Dickson Detective .25 ACP weigh?

Although there are differences due to grip, the average weight of the Dickson Detective .25 ACP is between nine and 10 ounces.

When was the Bauer 25 ACP  ammo made?

The Bauer .25 ACP was manufactured from 1972 through 1984 in Fraser, Michigan.

How much does a Bauer .25 ACP weigh?

Although there are some differences due to grip, the average weight of a Bauer .25 ACP is between nine and 10 ounces.

What is the best 25 ACP ammo?

The best .25 ACP ammo depends on the needs of the shooter.

Full metal jacket (FMJ) ammo is great for shooting at the range, while jacketed hollow point (JHP) amm

o offers more stopping power for self defense. Specialty rounds are also available like Glaser safety slugs and Hornady’s XTP.

What Is 25 ACP Ammo? 🧐

This ammo, also known as the .25 Automatic Colt Pistol, is a small centerfire cartridge developed by John Browning in 1905.

This caliber became popular among law enforcement and military personnel due to its reduced recoil and increased

stopping power compared to other pistol rounds of the same size.

What is 25 ACP Ammo

Features 💥

The .25 ACP ammo is a small, centerfire cartridge that is commonly used for personal protection due to its ease of concealment.

  • ✳️ One of the most notable features is its compact size. The cartridge measures only 6.35mm in diameter and 16mm in length,
  • making it one of the smallest centerfire cartridges available.
  • ✳️ Despite its small size, this ammo can still pack a punch. It typically delivers a muzzle velocity
  • of around 760 feet per second and a muzzle energy of around 64 foot-pounds.
  • ✳️ Another feature is its low recoil. Due to its small size and relatively low power, the recoil of the .25 ACP is often described as mild,
  • making it easier to handle for those who may be sensitive to recoil.
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Since the 25 ACP was created in 1905, this round has seen great developments, becoming popular for use in virtually any pistol.
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Benefits 🔥

  • 🔶 Concealed Carry: The 25 ACP ammo is one of the smallest cartridges available, making it an ideal choice for concealed carry purposes.
  • 🔶 Optimal for Close-Range Shooting: This ammo has a short effective range, making it an ideal choice for close-range shooting.
  • This type of ammo is perfect for personal defense situations as it can easily stop an attacker within a short distance.
  • 🔶 Economical: The ammo is relatively inexpensive compared to other calibers.
  • This makes it an affordable option for individuals who are on a budget or who are practicing their shooting skills.
  • 🔶 Low Noise: It produces less noise when fired, making it an ideal choice for indoor shooting ranges.
  • It is also less likely to cause hearing damage, making it a safe choice for individuals who shoot regularly.
  • 🔶 Versatile: This ammo can be used in a variety of firearms, including semi-automatic pistols, pocket pistols, and revolvers.
  • This versatility allows you to choose a firearm that best suits your personal preferences and shooting style.

 

Benefits of 25 ACP ammo

How To Choose? 🔍

When selecting a type of 25 ACP ammo, it’s important to consider the intended application.

  • 💡 If you need ammunition for target practice or plinking, then standard full-metal jacket (FMJ) bullets will be more than suitable.
  • 💡 On the other hand, if you need self-defense or hunting ammunition, then hollow points may be a more suitable option.
  • 💡 Additionally, you’ll need to factor in the desired velocity and the powder charge used. Different types of cartridges use different amounts of powder and this affects their power and accuracy.

💵 While many people prefer to buy bulk cases of ammunition, it may be wise to try out several types before committing to large quantities to ensure compatibility with your firearm.

25 ACP Ballistics: Chart of Average 25 ACP Ballistics

Note: This information comes from the manufacturer and is for informational purposes only.

The actual ballistics obtained with your firearm can vary considerably from the advertised ballistics.

Also, ballistics can vary from lot to lot with the same brand and type load.

 

 

 

 

 

25 ACP Bullet WEIGHT Muzzle VELOCITY (fps) Muzzle ENERGY (ft. lbs.) Mid-Range TRAJECTORY (in.) Barrel Length (in.)
Muzzle 50 yds. 100 yds. Muzzle 50 yds. 100 yds. 50 yds. 100 yds.
35 Grain 900 813 742 63 51 43 n/a n/a 2″
45 Grain 815 730 655 65 55 40 1.8 7.7 2″
45 Grain JHP 815 n/a n/a 66 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a
50 Grain 760 705 660 65 55 50 2 8.7 2″
50 Grain FMJ 810 n/a n/a 73 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a

 

 

 

 

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    Product Overview
    Since 1928, Prvi Partizan has been producing custom ammunition in Serbia for competition, indoor ranges and big game hunting. Today Prvi Partizan is a modern factory that is shoulder to shoulder with the most well-known ammunition manufacturers in the world. Offering a wide range of commercial and military calibers for hunters and target shooters throughout the world. All Prvi ammunition meets SAAMI standards and is ran through an internal quality management system to ensure 100% customer satisfaction.

    These loads feature Full Metal Jacketbullets that are general-purpose bullets suitable for auto loading pistols. They provide excellent cartridge feeding into the chamber with good penetration and no expansion. Highly accurate and affordable these bullets are preferred for target shooting. This ammunition is new production, non-corrosive, in boxer primed, reloadable brass cases.

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    Specifications
    Product Information
    Cartridge 25 ACP
    Grain Weight 50 Grains
    Quantity 50 Round
    Muzzle Velocity 771 Feet Per Second
    Muzzle Energy 66 Foot Pounds
    Bullet Style Full Metal Jacket
    Lead Free No
    Case Type Brass
    Primer Boxer
    Corrosive No
    Reloadable Yes
    Test Barrel Length 2 Inches
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    Shipping Weight 0.605 Pounds
    DOT-Regulated Yes
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    The overall fit and finish of this ammo is excellent so my expectations were high. Unfortunately, the performance was less than stellar. I fired this out of my Colt 1908 vest pocket, which was 100% reliable with Remington FMJ on the same outing. The PPU jammed about 1 in 10 rounds. Accuracy was dece…Read complete review
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    Good quality
    Submitted 3 months ago

    By Jay

    From Erie, PA

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    Good quality and relatively inexpensive. It goes bang each time. Velocity averaged 722 fps from my Beretta.

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    Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend to a friend

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    Good reliable and accurate
    Submitted 7 months ago

    By Trey Fin

    From Arizona

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    Use this ammo when I’m feeling nostalgic. Runs flawlessly in my Beretta 950 and my Colt 1908. Very, exceptionally and stunningly accurate and clean shooting. I’m talking 3″ groups benched at 11 meters which, IMHO is tack driving accurate for a last ditch mouse gun.

    Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend to a friend

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    I would buy this product again

  9. Vanammo

    I purchased this .25 ACP ammunition because it became available. I was not too fussy about brand although I have had excellent results with Prvi Partizan unprimed rifle brass. I’ve no doubt their loaded ammunition will be of the same quality. I purchased these two boxes so I would have some ammunition for a gun I do not shoot a great deal. Given the difficulty in obtaining ammunition, especially ammunition that is not main-stream popular, I do not plan to fire this ammunition any time soon.

  10. Vanammo

    Easy to load in magazine.

  11. Vanammo

    Perfect

  12. Vanammo

    I will be buying again

  13. Vanammo

    Always works flawlessly in my 25 acp Beretta 21a. PPU is excellent, quality ammunition!

  14. Vanammo

    Works flawlessly in Beretta 21a

  15. Vanammo

    This ammunition functions with 100% reliably in my Beretta 21A, and its accuracy is up to the role and capability of the firearm. The sights are the limiting factor – not the ammunition. The ammunition is also clean, with relatively little powder fouling after 100 rounds.

  16. Vanammo

    Accurate and Reliable

  17. Vanammo

    Feeds well with no problems

  18. Vanammo

    Great ammo from a reliable company

  19. Vanammo

    I got a small 25 about 23 to 26 years ago. It shoots these bullets fine with no problems at all. They always fire without any misfires. I use this same brand in multiple calibers and they always shoot fine in my guns.

  20. Vanammo

    I will be buying more

  21. Vanammo

    Shoots good out my 23 yr old Lorcin 25 auto I got new and always works for me. Great ammo

  22. Vanammo

    Shoot this through a Colt Jr. Auto. Runs good with no jams. Seems fairly accurate even though it’s a pocket pistol.

  23. Vanammo

    Functions flawlessly

  24. Vanammo

    Price was decent. Packaging was secure and shipping quick. The ammunition functions flawlessly in my “Baby Browning”.

  25. Vanammo

    Runs as well through my Baby Browning. I can’t hit anything with it, but I’m pretty sure that is not the fault of the ammo and has more to do with the smallest sights ever created by man combined with 60 year old eyes.

  26. Vanammo

    Functions well

  27. Vanammo

    I carry a little Colt and never a problem with this ammo.

  28. Vanammo

    Shoots to the sights with perfect function in the Beretta 950.

  29. Vanammo

    Excellent

  30. Vanammo

    Bought this ammo for my wife’s Beretta 25. Never had a single jam ! With 25 auto ammo getting harder to find, quality & price were right !

  31. Vanammo

    Bought 2 boxes of PMC and 6 boxes PPU. Out of 100 rounds of PMC 15 FTF or FTE. The shot 100 rounds of PPU NO FTF or FTE. Note this were shot out of a new Tarus PT25.

  32. Vanammo

    great product

  33. Vanammo

    Been using this ammo for a while now in both .25 autos (Beretta 950 and Intratec Protec). No feed/fire failures in the Intratec. Maybe 5 out of about 400 rounds fired in the Beretta misfed. This was traced to the pistol, not the ammo. While this ammo may be slightly more “dirty”, I thoroughly clean all firearms after each use so no big deal. I’d rather buy more less expensive ammo and shoot more than shoot less and clean less.

  34. Vanammo

    2nd review… still great stuff

  35. Vanammo

    shipped on time

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