pmc hotshot vs. bronze

Discussion in 'Ammunition & Reloading' started by dewey, Jul 17, 2010.

  1. dewey

    dewey New Member

    Do any of you fellows know what is the dif. between pmc. 223. Hotshots and their Bronze line of ammo. Hotshots are 25$ cheaper per case.
    I am pretty sure pmc is the maker of the Hotshot, but they dont seem to be marketing them as such. TIA.
  2. robocop10mm

    robocop10mm Lifetime Supporting Member Lifetime Supporter

    I have not seen reference to Hotshot being made by PMC. Much of this labeled ammo is made in Romania or Bosnia-Herzegovina. Some is marked made in Korea, but there is more than one ammo maker in South Korea. Likely contract made, but not necessarily by PMC.

  3. gandog56

    gandog56 Member

    The "Hotshot" marked on the boxes as being made in Bosnia-Herzegovina is manufacted by Igman, and is okay target/range ammo (kind of dirty)

    The ones marked as made in the U.S. are manufactured by A-Merc, which is the worst ammunition I know of period.

    Apparently, most of the Hotshot ammunition is produced by Igman, including all of the rifle ammunition (I could be wrong). In handgun calibers, certain calibers are procured from American Ammunition.

    Bottom line, stay away from the made in U.S.A. Hotshot.