Privi Partizan has been in business since 1927, they make reliable clean amunition, in the case of 45-70 the stay to the low pressure loads required by weaker actions. I wouldn't be afraid to shoot it at all.
I wish I had a better shot of the casing , but, the sales guy said that they anneal the cartridge??
Why would they do that?
I’m glad to hear they won’t hurt my new Rifle. (30 bucks a box)
Thanks again …
Any factory ammo is good for acquiring brass to be reloaded. I still have a bunch of Hornady 350 JFP in 450 Marlin, other than that all of my ammo is reloaded. The investment for a single caliber is not always worth it if you don't shoot much. Once you starting multiple calibers, it makes more sense to reload. A bit tough to get certain bullets right now, but that will improve.
i just bought a old savage 340 22 hornet. i am a life long handloader, i needed brass but could not find any so i bought 2 boxes of ppu factory for the brass. i zeroed in with ppu and then shot some groups. they will cut the same hole every time! i tried my handloads, a dime can cover 3 shots but i have not loaded anything yet that will out shoot the ppu. the first time i can ever remember factory loads doing better than my handloads. yes i would say the ppu ammo is good!
the reason for them annealing the cases is to soften them thereby aiding in the sealing of the chamber upon firing. I've used PPU for a 6.5 carcano, a 7.65 mauser, and of all things a 32-20. all were annealed.