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    View Poll Results: Poll - Cheap 9mm Range Ammo

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    • Winchester White Box 115 gr

      84 37.67%
    • Federal Champion 115 gr

      63 28.25%
    • Remington UMC 115 gr

      32 14.35%
    • Tula Ammo

      17 7.62%
    • Blazer

      49 21.97%
    • Other

      33 14.80%
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    1. #21
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      Federal Champion because of Federal's reputation, and the fact that they are the cheapest 9mm ammo I can get. The local Wal Mart sells the 100 round value pack for $19.95.

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      Same here, Champs for me. Sometimes I'll get the 100 pack UMC HPs for range too.

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      The Winchester White Box really dirties up my guns, but performs good enough. I don't like to shoot steel cased in any gun except my Com-Bloc ones.

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      I like the WWB ..
      100 round value box is 23 bucks at our walmart..

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      I just ran a 250rnd box of UMC yellow box FMJ's from Wallmart thru my M&P and had 3-4 misfeeds. The rounds looked 1/16" shorter overall than the Federal FMJ I had left over from previous outing..

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      I like the Blazer brass and Sellier & Bellot best, Fed is fine, WWB okay. I've run Tula and Silver Bear through my 9mm without a problem, but like others I prefer not to shoot steel except through Com-Bloc guns like IJ-70 Mak pistol and SKS rifle.

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      Quote Originally Posted by DragonLord View Post
      Federal Champion because of Federal's reputation, and the fact that they are the cheapest 9mm ammo I can get. The local Wal Mart sells the 100 round value pack for $19.95.
      This is also my plinking ammo of choice

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      Like the Winchester White Box 9MM and also PMC. Have not liked the Federal Champions that much, alot of deformed and damaged bullets, and I seem to get a lot of fliers with them, only use them when I can't get anything else.

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      I voted other since I just bought 200 rounds from freedom munitions and it was about the same price as TulAmmo (which nearly got me run off the range) they had some silly idea it caused fires. Anyway it's steel cased and all the freedom munitions stuff I saw was brass. Even the reman 40S&W I bought looks like new man.

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      Quote Originally Posted by SigP229R View Post
      I voted other since I just bought 200 rounds from freedom munitions and it was about the same price as TulAmmo (which nearly got me run off the range) they had some silly idea it caused fires. Anyway it's steel cased and all the freedom munitions stuff I saw was brass. Even the reman 40S&W I bought looks like new man.
      I've tried all three of their products - new, reman and "Blaster" (described as "blemished" or otherwise just not suitable for selling as new) and it all shot fine. Both in 9mm and .45acp. Seems like a pretty good deal, though their prices have been creeping up a little and aren't quite as good a deal as they used to be compared to what I can often find by careful sale-hunting.

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      Palmetto arms free shipping bonanza.. Magtech 9mm, $10.99/box of 50, free ship, no tax... SOLD!

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      Quote Originally Posted by lamrith View Post
      Palmetto arms free shipping bonanza.. Magtech 9mm, $10.99/box of 50, free ship, no tax... SOLD!
      Recently tried Magtech, shot 250 through my G19. Performed very well and probably the cleanest I've ever seen. And just ordered 1000 rounds of it from Palmetto - Free shipping rocks!

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      I grabbed 500 myself, and tlr4 and 2 boxes of critical defense, and, and, and...

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      I second the Federal champion at wall Mart, 100 round value pack for $19.95...you can't find ammo any cheaper. Now all they have to do is keep it stocked.

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      Like Berattatoter,I use silver bear exclusively though.I never had a FTF or any ammo problem,but Wolf wont work in my cz-82.When my fingers came away filthy from handling the ammo I quit.The silver bear is so close to my main carry of hornady critical defense I see no reason to change.I stay away from wally world as much as possible and support my local GS who gives me a good deal.

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      If you find a box of Estate ammo try it. You will feel and hear the difference, this ammo kicks. It is accurate and shoots clean, too. It's not the easiest to find.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Blade View Post
      I use the Federal Champion 115gr FMJ, because the local Wally World sells them in 100 round value packs for $19. That's the cheapest I can get anywhere.
      Ditto.

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      I'd stay away from Tula

      I would not recommend Tula in any caliber... They are extremely hot loads that spew fire like a dragon and run horrendously dirty....

      Personally I prefer Winchester white box because it's been the most consistent out of any of the 9mm target rounds that I've shot. I'm thinking of trying my own loads with 125gr Montana Gold JHP for target and comp loads. They are useless for defense but from what i've heard consistent and reliable as hell for target and competition loads, and $120.00 for 1k bullets. I plan on using CCI primers, winchester brass and I'm still experimenting with powders. I want to run a hot powder but at relatively low pressure to try and gain an edge in competition as far as lesser recoil for quicker target acquisition..... and now that i read it all it looks like im trying to hijack the thread sry....
      Last edited by twocold; 07-02-2012 at 09:05 PM. Reason: fail at typing

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      I voted other, i'm new to shooting and have been using Independence ammo. Haven't had any problems.

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      If I could get it, I'd shoot the Remmington UMC all the time, it's the cheapest where I live and I've had no issues at all- 2nd choice would be Federal Champion, it's $2 more / 100a, but has also been flawless for me.....

      The only Winchesterr I've shot was "white box" that was labeled "9mm NATO" and I had a few FTP's, but I'd give it another shot (pun intended)...

      In my experience, Blazer Brass is the worst of the ones thati'very shot; lots of FTP's & FTP's; I won't buy it again!

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