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Discussion in 'Ammunition & Reloading' started by x1hunter89, Feb 3, 2012.

  1. x1hunter89

    x1hunter89 gresham oregon Active Member

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  2. chowser2

    chowser2 seaside Member

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    I have. overall I had a good experience. they all chambered great had no failure to feed/eject/fire. I bought 223,45,9mm. Some of the 45 brass had small primers and some had large and that made it a pain when I was reloading.

    It even shot pretty clean.

    I didn't test accuracy as I bought the ammo for plinking at bowling pins, but they seem to hit there mark
     
  3. DAPSRT

    DAPSRT Dallas, Or Active Member

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    I've bought 2 thousand 223, 1500 of them fmj and 500 vmax and got some free 9mm with those orders. I have had zero issues, other than one primer in backwards. Not a big deal, it happens occasionally, even in factory new stuff.

    I'm not sure I'm convinced it's me or the gun yet but I had some vertical stringing when I was shooting some of the vmax out of my heavy barrel Howa. I think there may be some inconsistency in charges but overall it's good, clean, reliable stuff.
     
  4. Silver02ex

    Silver02ex Hillsboro, OR Member

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    I used the new and reloaded ammo. There's never been an issue.