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    PMC AMMO

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    Anybody have any experience with PMC ammo? Good, bad, otherwise?

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    Quote Originally Posted by zxc789 View Post
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    Anybody have any experience with PMC ammo? Good, bad, otherwise?
    Its fine. Never had any not go bang. The .223 PMC bronze isn’t the most accurate but I wouldn’t hesitate to buy a case if it was priced right.
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    I've shot lots of the 9mm. Never had any issues.


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    Ran a lot of it for plinking. Never any issue that come to mind. Not the hottest offerings.
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    It's good ammo. In particular their 223/5.56 is high quality, full power. A couple of years ago at the Knob Creek machinegun shoot, we found that PMC Bronze was the only ammo available in bulk that would reliably run a finicky post-sample M-249. It really surprised me that the Federal and Winchester offerings would not run it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AmmoManAaron View Post
    It's good ammo. In particular their 223/5.56 is high quality, full power. A couple of years ago at the Knob Creek machinegun shoot, we found that PMC Bronze was the only ammo available in bulk that would reliably run a finicky post-sample M-249. It really surprised me that the Federal and Winchester offerings would not run it.
    Interesting. I found the Bronze to be on the weaker side. Decent accuracy but sllooowwww.
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    I've used lots of 9mm, .357, 5.56, .308 and 50BMG.

    The 5.56 has annealing marks on the brass...always thought that was a good thing.

    I haven't chrono'd it, but the .357 does not seem anemic at all. Reloaded the brass lots of times and still going.

    The primer pockets on the .308 stayed tight long enough I quit using Federal brass for reloads.

    As others have already said, if you can find it in bulk at the right price you won't regret it. If you do, PM me and we'll work a deal.

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    223 bronz is not the hottest or very accurate although pick it up if it's cheap. Brass is reloadable. Good for stockpiling if it's cheap and for blasting to collect the brass.

    Shot a bunch of their 9mm. Same story. Not real hot or accurate. Brass I'd reload. Could do worse.
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    Good ammo in great brass

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    I've shot plenty of it, no problems. Never had problems reloading the brass either.

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