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Old 07-29-2011, 04:24 AM   #1
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Has any one ever used the above said ammo in a .40? i always use PMC which is always right on the money, i found local gun shop that sells law man .40 for $12 a box so i picked some up to practice for a qual test at 25 yrds, and at 25 yds they have a big drop, iv shot alot of PMC at that range and never noticed any drop. A head sight pic resulted in a lower torso group, has any one ever had close results to this out of this type of ammo?

The gun used was a Gen 4 Glock 23, break in

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Old 07-29-2011, 04:28 AM   #2
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Lawman 40sw for $12 is a heck of a good deal. Speer Lawman is a solid range choice...I'd be happy enough paying that much for Lawman 9mm. Stock up!

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Are you comparing 180 gr Lawman to 150-165 gr PMC? Different trajectory.

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Are you comparing 180 gr Lawman to 150-165 gr PMC? Different trajectory.
No, its PMC 180 gr and law man 180 gr
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Hmm. They both should be in the 950-980fps range. Bullet shape/ballistic coefficient should be really close. I have no clue.

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Same here, got me thinking why they were $12 for a box of 50...

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stalk up on em and worst case you could allways sell em on gunbroker

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Used to buy Speer Lawman .45 APC for under $10 a box of fifty back a few years and I can remember complaining when it went to $12.50 a box in '96. Wish I had bought twelve cases!!

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It's good range ammo and $12 is a terrific price!!! Where are you finding it for that???

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It's good range ammo and $12 is a terrific price!!! Where are you finding it for that???
Surplus Arms and Ammo up here in Lakewood WA
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