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Posted On: 3/30/2020
A: Thank you for reaching out, Chris! I can tell you that we must request a copy of your ID and FOID if you wish to order ammunition to Illinois. For up to date information on any shipping restrictions we're experiencing in the wake of the pandemic scare, I welcome you to reach out to our customer service department at firstname.lastname@example.org or 800.317.9506.
Posted On: 11/10/2019
By: James Everett
A: Hi James. Almost everyone who tries the Federal American Eagle 147 grain rounds in suppressed firearms is well pleased. A great priced round and backed by the quality of Federal ammunition. Hard to miss out on that one. https://www.luckygunner.com/9mm-147-grain-fmj-fn-federal-american-eagle-50-rounds
As to the Subsonic 300 ACC rounds, It is hard to beat the Remington. https://www.luckygunner.com/300-aac-blackout-220-grain-otfb-remington-umc-200-rounds
Extremely accurate and works well for most shooter. Give these a try. I know you will not be disappointed. Ross
Posted On: 11/6/2019
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Posted On: 10/4/2019
By: Scott Taylor
A: Thank you for looking to LuckyGunner.com for your ammo needs. These Blazer Brass rounds are lead core and non-magnetic! They are a great choice for range use. Give me a call and we can help pick the best round for you. Have a great day! Ross
Posted On: 7/13/2019
A: Hi! At a muzzle velocity of 1000 ft/s, these Blazer brass rounds are subsonic. They should not be fired through a suppressor or in a firearm with a ported barrel since they are actually plated rounds. You can give me a shout at 800-317-9506 if you have any further questions. Have a great day.