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I got the link for these folks from our friends at Survival Blog and once again it looks like they've hit the ball out of the park. The prices are outstanding even for practice ammo. As soon as I clear up a few bucks I will be placing an order. Anyway, here is the link. Did I mention that they offer ammo in all the popular handgun cartridges and in a number of rifle calibers that we all use. Smile
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I cannot say enough good things about this company. I've shot well over 3k rounds of their M855 and it has been absolutely flawless.
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billamj;49024 Wrote:I got the link for these folks from our friends at Survival Blog and once again it looks like they've hit the ball out of the park. The prices are outstanding even for practice ammo. As soon as I clear up a few bucks I will be placing an order. Anyway, here is the link. Did I mention that they offer ammo in all the popular handgun cartridges and in a number of rifle calibers that we all use. Smile

Has anybody here tried their RNFP-FMJ in .380ACP in a Ruger LCP? At about 30% less even with shipping, it's tempting.
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Their 100gr jacketed flat nose .380 ACP round is very promising IMO, and the price is fantastic.
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Valorius;49045 Wrote:Their 100gr jacketed flat nose .380 ACP round is very promising IMO, and the price is fantastic.

The only thing that holds me back is the flat nose. Some people report having feeding issues in the LCPs with the blunt-nose Winchesters.
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The flat nose (called a "meplat") adds a lot of wound trauma effect as it vastly increases the crush cavity in a gunshot wound, and propagates a shock wave.

Flat nose rounds are magnificent for hunting large and/or dangerous game. Almost all trail defense rounds are flat nosed. It is also the #1 most effective profile for defeating auto glass.

I have 100gr Buffalo Bore hardcast lead .380+P flat nose bullets that i carry in my spare mags for my LCP, that cost about 3x the price!

For $10 for a box, IMO it would be worth trying out a box to see if they work for you.
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Their 10mm prices aren't too bad at all. That could come in handy if my 10mm 1911 purchase manages to happen.
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Valorius;49045 Wrote:Their 100gr jacketed flat nose .380 ACP round is very promising IMO, and the price is fantastic.

I put 100 rounds of that load through my LCP. I worked perfectly.
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I need to get about 500rds of that stuff. IMO it would be perfect SHTF ammo in that caliber. Great against auto glass and barriers (considering it's a .380), super deep penetration in critters and bad guys, and super cheap for stockpiling.
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