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|Bullet Weight||90 Grain|
|Ammo Caliber||9mm Luger (9x19)|
|Muzzle Velocity (fps)||TBD|
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It's worked just fine for me. by William on 11/29/2020
I placed my order for PolyFrang Frangible 9mm ammo BEFORE any reviews were available. By the time my order arrived there...
74 of 80 people found the following review helpful
Failed by Isawhimdie on 11/25/2020
Similarly to the other reviewer, tons of jams, failure to eject, and then some. Tried with Glock 26, P365, and M&p s...
35 of 37 people found the following review helpful
Jammed Repeatedly on Glock G45
Just got back from the range firing this ammo for the first time through a Glock G45. It repeatedly jammed. I could not get through a whole magazine without multiple issues, so I gave up on it. Switched back to Federal, and it fired perfectly. Never had any issues with any other ammo in my Glock until this. Pretty terrible. Do not buy. (At least for Glocks.)
I was impressed
Ran very well in a Sig P365XL as well as a Staccato C2 DPO. Accurate as most range ammo. Plans for home defense use. The only 2 negatives that put this as 4 instead of 5 is when you try to unload it the round will get stuck and you have to shake upside down or strip the mag out. 2nd it will get your guns dirty. I'm guessing because of the rifling, but as long as it is reliable and accurate I would carry it as my 1st mag then maybe a hollow point for my backup
Failure to eject
Bought a few boxes for my newly purchased Springfield armory Hellcat, took it to my CPL class and the first shot after we went into the shooting gallery it jammed up, instructor helped me clear it safely, second shot it jammed up again, third shot it jammed AGAIN. Instructor hands me a new box of his own ammunition, zero problems the rest of the class. This ammo is not good.
Affordable Ammo but..
I bought two boxes of this ammo when the ammo shortage was pretty bad, and used them on a shooting day, at the time I had cero issues shooting the ammo, it cycled every time but I noticed a weird yellow residue on the barrel and inside the trigger group components, after I shot every round from it, I used the other ammo I had which was just regular brass casings and copper heads, it shot a few rounds no problem but then I had failure to close properly and the pin would not strike hard enough to ignite the primer. I took the slide apart and noticed it still had that weird yellow dust on it, I cleaned everything as best as I could then it cycled again. I've probably ran about 1000 rounds on my pistol (SR9C) and only once did it miss fire (while I was taking my first training class). So not sure if its coincidence or not, but I didn't see anything weird on the bullets so quality is top notch, and it technically did fire all the rounds out before I switched ammo. I would definitely try them again just to see if I get the same results.
Shoots very well for me.
I've been looking at frangible ammo, and I was intrigued by this one's reviews. So I had to buy a box. It performed perfectly in my CZ75 SP-01. I shot both the PolyFrang and NOVX (both 90 gr) - couldn't tell any difference. With Lucky Gunners price and delivery, I'll certainly be buying more. One last item: the NOVX was rated at 1535 fps and PolyFrang is probably about the same.
Worse Ammo I ever used. It would not cycle through my Glock 17 or my S&W MP 2.0. It jammed in both guns. Would not load. I had high hopes for it as a good home defense round but no way with it being so unreliable. I gave what i had away to an employee working at the range. He was interested in trying it. I have not been back yet to see if he had better luck.
The ammo was well priced but many jams failures to eject and tell you the truth I probably wouldn't buy it again I tried it in two different 9 mm a Smith & Wesson and the zigana and every third round jammed had to pry one rd out of barrel
Poor performance those that fired were on target
I believe what happened is that there was a bad batch early on. The issues appear to have been addressed and the ammo no runs smoothly in both pistols and carbines. I will admit that the ammo does seem to run more perfectly in carbines than pistols.
Range ammo that some guns don't like
Bought two boxes of 50 and ran them through a 1986 P226. One bad primer, all the rest fed, fired, and cycled without issue. Recoil felt lighter than my carry ammo, but accuracy was noticeably worse. Cannot attest to anything related to the frangible nature of the projectile, as I just had a few paper targets.
It's fine, just don't buy the hype.
Failed to cycle properly every single time.
I bought this for my sig P365. However, there was not a single round that went into battery properly. The rounds would feed and be extracted just fine. Just would not go into battery.
These rounds I had nothing but trouble shooting today in a Smith & Wesson SDV-9MM very disappointing it jammed several times. I used multiple other rounds that fire just fine in this gun. I think the problem is there is a lip on these rounds were it meets the shell? I do not like how these rounds jam and will not buy again.
No jams/ 100 rounds
I purchased this ammo about a 3 weeks ago, after receiving it, I inspected the rounds thoroughly and noticed a drop or two of what appears to be a clear epoxy where the shell and round meet on every cartridge. I went through 100 rounds and removed all this material, fearing it would cause jams while out shooting with my son the next morning. We shot all 100 rounds with a Taurus G3C 9mm and had no issues with jams, it only left the barrel very dirty after each 12 round mag, so we just ran the brush through after each of our turns. Overall, we had no issues, though I'd like to know exactly what the clear droplets were and if my review would be different if I didn't clean each cartridge before shooting the next day.
What is going on here haha Poly ammo at almost $1 a round, I'm still buying HST's for $1 a round. Why is this so expensive?? Supply and demand, sure it's harder to find but I'm paying $30 bucks for brass case round nose per 50 count. This is supposed to be better? You can barely get through a mag without jams yet the Perfecta I'm getting runs flawlessly. I've been a avid customer since day one but seeing prices like this for this crap tells me it's time to find another supplier, which sucks!!!
Cheap ammo that jams
I purchased 100 rounds of polyfrang 9mm. I shot every round. I had several rounds jam in my SD9VE. Using this ammo, I noticed the slide does not fully engage all the time. It might just not be a good fit for my gun, I’m not sure. I will not be purchasing this again.
It worked just fine.
I’ve shot polyfrang before snd didn’t experience issues, so even with the previous negative reviews I purchased more. No issues. Maybe there was some issues with a particular “batch” of ammo from the factory, but I didn’t experience anything negative. My Taurus G2C and glock 43 & 19 all fired them flawlessly.
Poor Quality Ammo
My P365 Sig jammed up repeatedly with this ammo. I cleaned and lubricated the weapon often but to no avail. Its not the weapon; it is the ammo. This stuff is garbage and I don't even want to give it away. I would never carry this for defense purposes and I was a law enforcement officer for 30+ years.
I ordered 20 boxes and started seeing bad reviews right after it had shipped. Jams my p365xl almost every round so bad I could hardly get the slide back and get the round out only to jam the next round. Jams my hellcat every 3 or 4 rounds. Afterwards to verify, I shot 2 mags of blazers in each gun with zero issues. It did work for 2 mags in my XDM with no issues so far. Very frustrating.
No limp wrist, no gun issue, just ammo issue.
Made for the sub 2k
Iv put over 1000 rounds of this stuff through my keltec sub 2000 and p11 not once have I ever had a failure...best round for home defense wont tear through your walls and end up in your neighbors house..needs to be at a lower price!
Fired about 250 rounds through my Canik TP9. Canik has a higher grain requirement (NATO Spec) to wear in the spring, but I had nothing but issues with failure to fully eject and non-feed problems. I’m keeping the rest of this ammo to work with jams with shooters who are not used to issues, but I wouldn’t trust this ammo to run through any of my firearms or use it regularly. It also jammed up my Glock as well. Disappointing for a round of this cost. Will not purchase again.
It's worked just fine for me.
I placed my order for PolyFrang Frangible 9mm ammo BEFORE any reviews were available. By the time my order arrived there were 5 reviews posted… four of which were extremely negative. And the lone positive ‘review’ was a response written by a PolyFrang CEO doing damage control.
I’ve had no previous experience with frangible ammo, so based on the previous user reviews, I was expecting the worst and feared I’d thrown my money away. But after squeezing off 50 rounds I’m happy to report I had ZERO malfunctions. Granted, this is a small sampling… but that’s my two-cents on the matter.
If you wan unreliable ammo here it is
I got over 200 rounds of this ammo after doing some research online it seemed like a good purchase but it was not... I’ve shot all types of ammo brands and grains through my glock 17 and never had any issue until this ammo... had numerous failures to eject and fire... just not a good choice of ammo from my experience
PolyFrang 90 gr 9mm & 115 gr
Immediately following the negative reviews posted by the buyers of PolyFrang ammo; I directed a test of the two lots of PolyFrang 9mm purchased by Lucky Gunner. The General Manager of the PolyFrang Load, Assembly and Pack facility ran a full mag of each production Lot through an M & P Shield and a Glock 19. He is a trained shooter and was gripping the handguns as they are meant to be gripped. There were no stovepipes, no failures to feed and no malfunctions of any kind. Then our GM held each of the handguns safely with only his palm, thumb and trigger finger holding the weapons. No malfunctions.
PolyFrang 9mm was tested by a national testing agency in two new Sig 226s and two Beretta P92s. After running 300 rounds through each of the four handguns there were zero malfunctions. More than 150,000 PolyFrang 9mm rounds have been purchased by the Federal Law Enforcement Training Agency in the last three years with zero reported malfunctions. PolyFrang 9mm is in testing for a potential contract with a US law enforcement agency. Polyfrang was invited to participate in Phase Three of the qualification program. Only participants who pass the Phase I & II 2,000 round test with zero malfunctions are allowed to move on to Phase Three of the testing. We do not doubt the word of the shooters that reported problems with PolyFrang 9mm. We can only say that with nearly 1,000,000 PolyFrang 9mm rounds sold worldwide, these are the first such reports.
PolyFrang ammunition is primarily intended for law enforcement and military use. However, we believe PolyFrang ammo is the single best choice for home defense. PolyFrang 9mm, 40 S & W, 223/556, 300 AAC BLK and 308 are ideal for home defense. We hope the readers with try PolyFrang for themselves. Try PolyFrang with clean and well-lubricated handguns. Try PolyFrang after taking a shooting course from an NRA certified instructor who will first instruct on the proper grip for the handgun of your choice. Safe Shooting! –Mike
Similarly to the other reviewer, tons of jams, failure to eject, and then some. Tried with Glock 26, P365, and M&p shield compact. No good. The only good thing was it allowed me to train for malfunctions.
Worst ammo I ever bought
After a couple shots in each- this crap jammed 3 of my 9’s. Glock 19, Sig P-365 and a S&W M&P. I wouldn’t give away the 4 boxes of this garbage I had left. Pure trash.
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