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Old November 8th, 2018, 06:33 PM #11
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I might be mistaken, but I'm not aware of a brand of 9x18 ammunition that doesn't shoot well. The overwhelming majority of 9x18 pistols are ex-military or ex-police, and are (judging from my Mak, CZ-82 and P-83, anyway) well-engineered and incredibly tolerant. And tough. I buy based on price, freight and what I've got in the bank, unless it's a range that does magnet tests, for which I just bought a load of PPU to join the witch's brew of magnetic ammunition that I've accumulated. It all goes bang.
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Old November 10th, 2018, 04:05 PM #12
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Red Army Steel cased and Blazer Aluminum cased have been good in CZ and Mak for me. Red Army has large packs fairly cheap. This is one of those rounds I don't shoot often and couldn't' save money nor improve by reloading.
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