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Posted: 6/3/2003 1:59:19 PM EST
I've seen some talk about this ammo in other threads. However, seeing now there is a good deal on a 1K case delivered for $ 197, want to hear any good or bad comments regarding this before I take the plunge. It's the 62-grain SS109, black-tipped 5.56x45mm FMJ stuff with the orange sealant on the primer. It's brass-cased and boxer-primed.
Link Posted: 6/3/2003 3:38:44 PM EST
I would be interested at that price also, if it's good stuff. Where you get the good deal?
Link Posted: 6/4/2003 12:58:00 AM EST
The Igman SS109 ammo is good quality and quite accurate. There are several places that have it including AIM and CTD.(Those are just off the top of my head, there are lots more places to get it.) It is real SS109 with the steel core. Bottomline: Good quality, accurate ammo.
Link Posted: 6/6/2003 7:08:03 PM EST
Originally Posted By STANMAN: I would be interested at that price also, if it's good stuff. Where you get the good deal?
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Sportsman's Guide, Buyer's Club plus Member's $ 10 Coupon. Works out to $ 180 plus $ 17 S/H. Total Cost: $ 197. However, the price alone does not make it a good deal. If the ammo shoots fine and does not cause malfunctions, then it's a good deal. Was burned before by buying a 1K case of Wolf's 62-grain FMJ ammo for $ 120. Sounded like a good deal before it started to jam in my M96's chamber. Don't want to start a flame war here regarding Wolf ammo, but what other factory loaded .223 ammo do you know that when fired in a single-shot Thompson Contender Pistol, will cause a malfunction by locking up the trigger guard action release ?
Link Posted: 6/6/2003 7:52:39 PM EST
I am not finding it, can you post a link? Thanks.
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