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Posted: 11/25/2002 1:39:54 PM EDT
For all you 9mm AR15 carbine users, what kind of ammo do you feed your guns? I bought a case of Blazer since they were on sale for less than $100. However, they are very inconsistent in my carbine. I get jams every 3 or 4 rounds. I'm using Colt and modified UZI mags. The Hirtenberger subgun ammo runs just fine. However, I don't want to use up what I have left since I can't find these anymore.

Any suggestions? Wideners has the Greek 124gr on sale including shipping. Has anybody use this on their carbines?

Thanks in advance ...

Booker
Link Posted: 11/25/2002 2:03:58 PM EDT
I run the 9mm 115grn Winchester. It's a "Wally World" special for 10.89/100, and runs like a champ. I also use the 147grn Federal and Winchester loads with the suppressor. It's been my experience that the Colt likes the hot stuff. I would stay away from the Blazer in a blow-back weapon; you might come up missing a case rim. I've also heard that the Greek 124grn is a little on the anemic side and does'nt run very well in the Colt 9mm. I'd go with the Winchester; you won't find anything cheaper.
Link Posted: 11/25/2002 2:20:33 PM EDT
124gr Hirtenberger FMJ +P+ sub-gun ammo for practice and Winchester Ranger SXT 127gr +P for defense. THISISME
Link Posted: 11/26/2002 4:53:40 AM EDT
I'll second the Wally world Value pack. Although John(prideboss) i bought my 9 from told me he uses the greek stuff without any problems. DD
Link Posted: 12/1/2002 1:18:17 PM EDT
booker3557, I have had trouble with the greek 124gr and the 115gr greek. I think the walmart stuff is best. thank you GL
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