Some people have been purchasing the steel cased ammo (in some areas still, that is all that is available).
The problems I've had so far with steel cases:
1. Overall accuracy is okay, but not great.
2. The coating will cause jams if fired in a gun that has gotten warmed up. The coating kind of melts and creates FTE and FTF jams.
One should use quality ammo for the first 200-300 rounds to preclude ammo problems during break in period. Reloads should not be shot (possible warranty void).
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