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Old 03-10-2012, 08:50 PM   #1
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Default Wsinchester Ranger T 9mm as self defence ammo

I know that this will probably generate a lot of replies. I have a Sig/Sauer P250 and have been using Winchester white box FMJ for practice. I have been thinking about using the the Winchester Ranger T's as a carry round. I have been reading reviews on the internet and it sounds like a good round. I would like to hear what other people in this forum have to say as combined you have many more years of experience than I do.



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Old 03-10-2012, 09:08 PM   #2
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Rangers are great. They are what a lot of police departments, including mine issue. Cost is great too.



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I use Ranger T Series in 45ACP +P, 357SIG and 9mm +P+ in my Ed Brown and Glocks. I never, ever, worry about ammo efficacy.

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I have a box or two of the 9 mm (147 gr) for my CZ.
It's also my carry ammo for my .45 acp (230 gr.).
By all indications it seems like good stuff. It cycles well and shoots to point of aim for me. Bonus: It's priced reasonably compared to some of the more exotic SD ammo.

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