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Pics of Grace Ammo 9mm TMJ Remanufactured

Discussion in 'Caliber Corner' started by kmelch, Jun 24, 2010.

  1. kmelch

    kmelch Millennium Member

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    Hi All,

    I recently received my 250rd order from Grace Ammo [ http://www.site.graceammo.com/ ], just wanted to post some pics so ya'll can have a look-see. Paid $65 including shipping, less a $10 coupon code [ "10coupon" ], for $55 total for 250rds. $0.22 per round. All the brass appears to be Winchester. My camera apparently isn't up to snuff for macro pics, but you get the gist... Will be using this to qualify for my my concealed permit this weekend...

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  2. Berto

    Berto woo woo

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  3. Kalmah

    Kalmah Supreme Member

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    Never heard of them. Let us know how it works out for you.
     
  4. JimBianchi

    JimBianchi Da Da CLM

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    Before you qualify, take 50rds and shoot it to make sure it goes boom.........
     
  5. kmelch

    kmelch Millennium Member

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    Well, everything went fine. I know I should have spent some time at the range beforehand and run half the box through my G19.... but I guess I had as much faith in this stuff as I would have had in WWB. A skilled reloader is just as reliable as a machine when it comes to dosing powders, IMO. It's just practice ammo, so as long as it goes boom and pokes a hole in the paper, I wouldn't have minded a misfeed or other minor issue.

    The interesting part of the shooting qual.... was that we were all so frickin close! They lined us up literally shoulder to shoulder. Lucky me, I was to the right of 3 guys shooting 45ACP. Before yesterday, I'd never been hit on the face with brass. Top of the head, shoulder, hand... sure. I caught probably 15-20 45ACP shells on my upper left cheekbone yesterday. Yikes, talk about feeling the 'combat' vibe. I only got 43 of 47 rounds on the mini silhouette, but with a minimum requirement of 35, it was good enough. :)