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Old 01-17-2012, 05:53 PM   #21
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Do they shoot a lil dirty compared to factory rounds like federal or remmingtons ect I have shot rounds from a similar place in sacremento California called redlineballistcs.com when done at the range I cleaned my gun and compared to the factory rounds there was a big difference
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Do they shoot a lil dirty compared to factory rounds like federal or remmingtons ect I have shot rounds from a similar place in sacremento California called redlineballistcs.com when done at the range I cleaned my gun and compared to the factory rounds there was a big difference

I apologize, I should of gave a bit more info....actually their clean as heck, surprisingly so. I shoot them in 9mm,.40, and .45 with no ammo problems at all. I also shoot his .380 and in good faith I can't recommend it to others to use just yet.

I have had problems shooting it in a new P238 and I do believe some of that can be attributed to the ammo, that seem to go away with factory stuff.

His prices are the best I have seen and he's a real good guy to deal with. He sells 1000's of rounds to shooters in Michigan and the midwest, but will ship anywhere.
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Well one or both of the things the Sig CS guy told me worked.
I shot a box of the American eagle brand 124 grn and watched my grip, and the slide locked back on every empty mag.
It is running great now.
I am a 1911 and Glock guy, so my grip tends to be very high with my thumbs way up just below the slide. I think I was accidently working the slide release with my thumb. This is my first venture into this platform, and I guess I just need to shoot it more.
For now, my 1911 is still my EDC, but I sure do like the way this gun shoots. Besides, I didn't have a 9mm, so I had to get it, right?
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Old 01-19-2012, 01:10 AM   #24
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That's good to hear I to will never live without my 1911's although I love shooting my 9mm and the cost of ammo keeps me shooting often lol
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