Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by MacGyver, Jan 17, 2019.
Load 'em up with buckshot and you have 9 lil .36 caliber balls itching to do damage!
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I shoot 139 grain in the 7mm. If I was really mad I would shoot them with the muzzle loader. 295 grain powerbelt. That would be like getting shot with a brick. With a muzzle loader you couldn’t watch though.
My son was shooting with some of his future brother-in-laws last weekend.....one of them had set up 4 milk jugs at 100yds and was trying to shoot them with his AR......he was gettin' frustrated.......my son went to his pickup......grabbed his M1 Garand.....loaded 'er up......5 shots......5 dead milk jugs.....all he said was "there ya go!" and quietly walked back to his pickup.....unloaded the M1 and put 'er away......his future brother-in-law jus looked at him in disgust! LMAO He made me proud! LOL
Check out Hornady Critical Duty ammo.
Can't go wrong with any of these 3, but I use Ranger T's in my 380, 9mm, 40, and 45.
I like to keep my options open...just in case.
Now, that's what I call a 'Diversified Portfolio'! Right-On!
My favorite bullet for carry and home defense (always use store bought ammo, reloads are for range only) uses the Barnes Tac-XP bullet. There is a Barnes brand, also a Wilson Combat offering out there as well as some others. Extremely accurate ammo, with fantastic end game. The hollow
Point on these solid brass (no separation) bullets is so big you can use them for shot glasses.
Here is the Wilson Combat version. We all have our preferences and once I did my research and have fired many, many, many offerings, this is what I carry.
Where is the Wilson ammo made. It says pinnacle. I’m asking because the Wilson combat weapons are built in Berryville Arkansas. I was wondering if it was built in Arkansas also. I know sig ammunition is built in Jacksonville Arkansas at least some of it is
I am not sure if they make it at their Berryville plant or if it is made for them. I know my pistol was made in Berryville .
I just checked one of my boxes and it is manufactured by wilson in Berryville.
That’s news to me. I wasn’t aware of a ammo plant their. My step dad has one there first ar 15 they made and a 45 both are very nice weapons. Glad to hear their making ammo. I’m sure it’s just as good as there guns
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