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Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Ammo run

Forgive me for I have sinned. I am very passionate about BUYING GOODS MADE IN THE USA, but I recently made a choice to save money by buying some ammo imported from the Czech Republic. Domestic ammo is becoming prohibitively expensive.

There was no reason for me to add to the ammo cache; barring extraordinary events, I should have enough ammo to last a lifetime of regular trips to the range. Still, can one every have too much ammunition? Maybe I should place just one more order…

Sellier & Bellot .45 ACP with 230-grain full-metal-jacket bullet, Boxer-primed, fully reloadable brass case. Rated 853 fps at the muzzle and 371 foot-pounds.

I have heard good things about this ammo. Sometime during this week, I hope to burn through some to see how it performs.

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