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PMC bronze ammo like it?

Discussion in 'GSSF' started by moeman, Feb 28, 2010.

  1. moeman

    moeman

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    PMC bronze ammo like it? Seeing availablity rght now...


    BTW: My local Walmart has RWS 9mm Swiss 124 gr 9mm made for $16.99/50... Never saw RWS at Walmart before.
     
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  2. Seattle206

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    I like it no problems, shoots fine, runs a tad dirtier than the federal xm's that i normally run. i purchased 2k rounds from century arms last month.
     

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    I prefer PMC Bronze and American Eagle. I don't go shooting often, so I don't mind paying more if it seems a little better quality than most. And these two do.
     
  4. Graves

    Graves Diesel Junky

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    Not bad ammo, runs a little dirty but i've seen worse from wwb. Can't say anything bad about it otherwise. Better than the old blazer brass/ Fed. champion.
     
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  5. Just1More

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    Ran good in my LCP.
     
  6. MacG22

    MacG22 CLM

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    Runs dirty but I've never had a gun that didn't eat it perfectly and according to my range book (I tally ammo totals and issues as well) in about 10k rounds of PMC over a few years I've never so much as had a squib round or dimpled round that wouldn't fire. So I'll call it pretty good so far. I've never shot any .40 with it, though. All 9mm and .45.
     
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  7. KiloBravo

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    It has always run fine in all of the firearms I have shot it from. No problems to report of.
     
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    I have lots of it in 223/556 no problems...
     
  9. glock2740

    glock2740 Gun lover.

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    I've shot alot of it and it's always been just fine.
     
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    CTM_357 first gen. g17

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    I like it alot.It runs great in every gun that i have tried it in. I really like the price, $12/50 at my local shop
     
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    I like it. Like others have said, not the cleanest ammo there is but it is quality ammo and I've never had a problem with it.
     
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    +1 It is a little dirtier as some have said but not had any issues with it. I have a few boxes in various calibers....
     
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    Cabela's has PMC Bronze (Bulk) on sale now (BACKORDERED - tentative ETA, 2/26/10....)
    Ordered 600 rds. of .45ACP 230gr FMJ.....WITH SHIPPING and a Dry-Box....
    $270 total.....
    Figures out to ~$22/50rds, SHIPPED in a weather-tight container....
    Didn't think it was too bad a deal.....my local Wally World almost NEVER has .45 of ANY kind!:crying:
     
  14. byf43

    byf43 NRA Endowment Life Member

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    A shooting buddy has a bunch of this, too.
    Out of his S&W M&P 15, it lets out quite a bark! (No overpressure signs, though!)

    It's pretty accurate at 100 yards, too.
     
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    I've run through many cases of PMC with no problems whatsoever. I don't care about dirty ammo, that's what solvent is for.