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Fiocchi 45ACP ammo?

Discussion in '1911 Forums' started by zhix, Dec 4, 2010.

  1. zhix

    zhix

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    Has anyone here used Fiocchi ammo? Specifically 45 Auto 230gr. FMJs.(which is why I'm posting it here) Does it function properly and/or shoot accurately in your 1911s?
    I am able to get it for just few dollars less than Wal-Mart WWB, but I like to buy from places other than WM when the price is right.
     
  2. Carrots

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    I have found this to be great plinking ammo.
     


  3. i don't know if they still have any, but ammunition to go had 230 speer lawman for 17 a box/50. very good range ammo. clean, and fps is the same as goldots. i bought a crapload of it recently. 17 is a good price for quality ammo.
     
  4. zhix

    zhix

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    Free shipping? Otherwise I won't pay that much.
     
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  6. zhix

    zhix

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    What I meant is that I would have a really hard time justifying paying $17/box unless shipping was free. The Fiocchi where I'm getting it would be cheaper by about $8 per case than Wal-mart WWB.


    ETA: As a matter of fact, the same place has 1000 round cases(same brand, but not 45 caliber)with free shipping.
     
    Last edited: Dec 4, 2010
  7. roger that. shame you can't get it in 45.
     
  8. Zombie Steve

    Zombie Steve Decap Pin Killa

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    Fiocchi 230 ball is good stuff. Fiocchi or GFL headstamps -both are fairly hot and great brass for reloading.