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It goes bang. No hang-ups. Will buy again.
Price was great considering the Brandon economy.
Shipping was excellent.
Jan 18, 2010.
PMC Bronze is some of the Best range ammo i've used. I've used it in .223, .45, and 9mm and its accurate and clean burning, never had any.
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Apr 20, 2020.
Our friends from KCI USA sent us some PMC ammunition to test. Well the fact is I've been using this ammo for a couple of decades with very.
PMC 9A Bronze 9mm Luger Ammo 115 Grain FMJ Ammo · Caliber: 9MM LUGER AMMO · Bullet Type: Full Metal Jacket · Muzzle Velocity: 1150 fps · Muzzle Energy: 338 ft. lbs.
Jul 30, 2020.
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Reloading 9mm start to finish on a Lee single stage press. kolton Kares.
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Value. Rating. Quality. Performance. So far I've put 400 rounds at my local range. No issues.
Mar 17, 2016.
The PPU trays hold the rounds very snuggly which I like, but do not provide very much horizontal protection. The PMC trays have a high edge.
The PMC Bronze 115 grain FMJ works well in my Master Piece Arms 9300 SST carbine. The 16" barrel boosts the fps to about 1,300 FPS. Smokes a little bit but that.
Where Is Geco 9mm Ammo Made Feb 25, 2019. Geco 9mm Luger Ammo 115 Grain Full Metal JacketFull Review www.bensound.com. Apr 9, 2019. No troubles. Very clean and steady, but now not hot. If you like hot ammo, go Fiocchi if made in Italy. When I see 9 mm Geco ammo (. Feb four, 2022. Today, GECO ammunition is manufactured underneath
Can Bullets Get Wet The gun fired! The ammo is at least 75 years vintage, if no longer a hundred. "I've shot factory loads from the 1870s, and they went bang and hit the target appropriately," stated NRA Museums Senior Curator Doug Wicklund, asserting that ammo can certainly remaining a long, long term, and the .303 wasn't a fluke.