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  • Posted in thread: Mil-spec FMJ vs Civ FMJ and TMJ vs CMJ on 05-26-2014 at 05:46 PM
    No, haven't seen that ammo. Maybe different... but sure quacks like a duck :)Roger that! i'm
    not seeing any companies that are offering both products but we all know what comes along with
    assuming

  • Posted in thread: Mil-spec FMJ vs Civ FMJ and TMJ vs CMJ on 05-26-2014 at 05:13 PM
    I can't rermember dealing with CMJ's (or did not pay attention to the corporate-speak) Care to
    remember who sells them?It looks like 'Montana Gold' are the larger sellers but i'm seeing
    CapTech, Front...

  • Posted in thread: Mil-spec FMJ vs Civ FMJ and TMJ vs CMJ on 05-26-2014 at 04:14 PM
    I do not know who told you this information, but WTH? Wear to the case? Dispelled lead? Hard
    contact of a TMJ? Hard contact to what? What is this going to wear? How does a firing pin get
    worn by a bul...

  • Posted in thread: Mil-spec FMJ vs Civ FMJ and TMJ vs CMJ on 05-26-2014 at 05:30 AM
    Between TMJ and FMJ there is a difference without distinction. In TMJ everything is
    "encapsulated", so the primer will not release vaporized lead in your face. That's CCI's
    marketing claim. In reality...

  • Posted in thread: Mil-spec FMJ vs Civ FMJ and TMJ vs CMJ on 05-26-2014 at 02:52 AM
    perfect for your needs. its what i use pulled ammo forthey work just fine. ive got about 500
    175grn m118 air pulls for the 308 from milsurp sniper ammo. not as good as sierra 168 match
    kings but still...

  • Posted in thread: Mil-spec FMJ vs Civ FMJ and TMJ vs CMJ on 05-25-2014 at 06:05 PM
    Hello, users! This is my first time on in a long while (due mainly to my own lack of knowledge
    and desire to better acquaint myself with firearms in general) and what has brought me back is
    the lack o...

  • Posted in thread: Fan Boy Status...How to avoid it. on 08-02-2012 at 09:28 PM
    Depends on who makes it. It's safer to make your own (Jim Jones etc.). Gray Goose and a
    couple shots of Seagrams gin are a good substitute for cyanide if you ever get the chance!

  • Posted in thread: Suggestion for wife's first handgun on 08-02-2012 at 09:20 PM
    Maybe get the p99 and purchase a p22 conversion kit for it? i have hears of very few complaints
    about the Walther P's, the 22 included. BUT i have heard on the interweb that those who like
    the P22 LOV...

  • Posted in thread: Fan Boy Status...How to avoid it. on 08-02-2012 at 08:37 PM
    That guy would be not just a Fan Boy...but a Kool Aid Drinking Fan Boy. :)And what exactly is
    wrong with Kool Aid?

  • Posted in thread: I need some advice... on 08-02-2012 at 03:23 PM
    Yes, this really is my..do you guys think I should do?Well, to relate this to firearms in some
    sense, i will refer to you as a 1911 and her as a polymer frame.. You look good and you work
    well interna...

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