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Armscor Ammunition stands for Arms Corporation of the Philippines. Armscor Ammunition was born after World War II and focused on firearms and ammunition. For the purpose of advancing toward industrialization, the family owned business known as Armscor Ammunition was granted permission by the President of the Philippines to manufacture firearms and ammunition locally.
Armscor ammo is dedicated to manufacturing high quality firearms and ammunition. Through a combination of precision investment casting using ordnance steel, the exacting accuracy of Computerized Numerical Control, and their own unique craftsmanship, Armscor Ammunition has developed and maintained their reputation for a quality product. Armscor’s reputation has led them to achieve the status of the largest arms and ammunition manufacturer in South East Asia!
Armscor Ammunition follows the ISO, SAAMI, and CIP standards. Their ammo is very popular among police, military, and target shooters. No matter what the purpose may be, Armscor promises to deliver a high quality, precise and dependable performance ammunition!
Armscor Ammunition is made at their manufacturing plant located in the Philippines.
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Won’t cycle properly
Review by Duck
Won’t cycle in my pistol often not enough gas pressure to even properly eject the round. On the rare occasion it extracts it doesn’t pick up a new round. Never locks back bolt on empty mag. This is even with a lighter Semi auto bolt carrier, a lighter power buffer spring, a 2.6 oz buffer (3 oz is standard) and a perfectly aligned full diameter (.125) 1/8” gas port. This pistol functions with all other non subsonic specific ammo I’ve tried. What ever powder they use doesn’t produce enough gas volume to function consistently. Velocities have a huge variable spread. Accuracy horrible. Don’t waste your money. Armscor get your act together. Your .223 and hand gun ammo is good if not great ammunition. Very disappointed.
(Posted on January 16, 2019)Review of 300 AAC Blackout - 147 Grain FMJ - Armscor - 20 Rounds
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Review by charlie
I use these in my Sig 1911-.22 pistol, it is somewhat finicky about cycling with standard velocity rounds however I have never had a problem with these.
(Posted on December 12, 2018)Review of 22 LR - 36 Grain HP - Armscor - 50 Rounds
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Inexpensive but lots of misfires in newer Browning Buckmark
Review by kevin
First 3-4 clips fired with only 1-2 misfires. Last 2 clips had 4 misfires each. Rounds reinserted/rotated and still no fire. This is in a new Browning Buckmark that has zero misfires with about 700 rounds Blazer/CCI and 1-2 misfires/300 rds of Winchester HV. Don't know exactly why with this ammo. Rounds are covered with wax or lube but can't say that's the issue. Assuming nothing wrong with the pistol can't justify these even at lower cost.
(Posted on November 26, 2018)Review of 22 LR - 36 Grain HP - Armscor - 500 Rounds
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Review by geoff
This was an absolute subpar round to put it politely. Not only is it severly underpowered, the casings would split after fired. My kimber 45 had as much kick if not more than this dirty, nasty round. Never again.
(Posted on February 18, 2018)Review of 500 S&W Magnum - 300 Grain JHP - Armscor - 20 Rounds
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Review by Jj
Wont feed all other ammo does. Unless i stick one in the chamber by hand, otherwise jams on after that
(Posted on November 6, 2017)Review of 9mm - 115 Grain FMJ - Armscor - 1000 Rounds
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7 out of 20 to light to cycle bolt
Review by Twnturbo
None locked bolt with empty mag, 7 rounds wouldn't even cycle the bolt. Breast value if it worked.
(Posted on October 27, 2017)Review of 300 AAC Blackout - 147 Grain FMJ - Armscor - 20 Rounds
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Review by tcttcf
Ran over 1000 rounds through my rockola m1 carbine without a problem
(Posted on October 3, 2017)Review of 30 Carbine - 110 Grain FMJ - Armscor USA - 50 Rounds
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Weak, A Few FTFs, But Good Value
Review by Asa
This is a good deal for the money, but I have had about one or two FTFs per box. However, when we buy the absolute cheapest ammo we understand the quality will be lower but we can have more rounds for the same money.
I have 4 stars for quality because of the price.
While this is good value I find it more fun to shoot the full power 10mm stuff, so after I shoot this I will probably just make the best out of the rounds I buy and pay more per shot. It will also mean my target ammo has the same recoil as my carry ammo.
(Posted on September 24, 2017)Review of 10mm Auto - 180 gr FMJ - Armscor- 1000 Rounds
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Great ammo for the range
Review by Bix VT
Bought this for some cheap range ammo, and only had one failure to eject in 100 rounds. However, that is exactly my failure rate with Blazer Brass as well, which is my usual range ammo. I attribute this to the gun, an S&W M&P Bodyguard 380 which has always had the occasional FTE, and also leaves a lot of debris on my arms.
But back to the ammo, it performed just as well as Blazer Brass at a lower price. I will be buying this ammo again for my range visits!
(Posted on September 20, 2017)Review of 380 Auto - 95 Grain FMJ - Armscor - 1000 Rounds
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one in six misfired
Review by Richard
Took my first box of Armscore to the range with my brand new S&W 586, one in six misfires consistently, some times two in six. I disposed of the rest, won't ever put it in my S&W again.
(Posted on August 16, 2017)Review of 45 ACP - 230 Grain FMJ - Armscor - 50 Rounds
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Review by William
More expensive than Tula. Ran 50 rounds through my M1 Carbine without any problems.
(Posted on August 5, 2017)Review of 30 Carbine - 110 Grain FMJ - Armscor USA - 50 Rounds
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Review by Joseph
Solid range rounds. My M1 ate these up with no misfeeds. A little more expensive compared to TULA, but its for the brass casing for a little less wear and tear on your 30 carbine.
(Posted on July 22, 2017)Review of 30 Carbine - 110 Grain FMJ - Armscor USA - 50 Rounds
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Not a fan
Review by bthompson
This brand's cartridges always get stuck in my SP101 revolver after shooting the rounds. Pain in the neck to extract most of the time.
(Posted on July 12, 2017)Review of 38 Special - 158 Grain FMJ - Armscor Precision - 50 Rounds
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Accurate, good kick, but hot!
Review by Michael
I bought 1000 rounds of this for a training course. For a standard pressure loads, it has a good kick to it, but not excessive. I was very impressed with the accuracy. We were doing drills where the point was to put our bullet 1 inch or less from our partner's bullet. After the first two tries, I was doing it first shot. The instructor was making me shoot again just so I would get some practice. Now, this is HOT ammo. I mean it heats the cylinder up FAST. After 3 fast cylinders of fire, the cylinder is very uncomfortable. After 4, it is too hot to touch. I can fire twice that many rounds and the cylinder be fine with most ammo. Despite seeing reviews that this is dirty ammo, I didn't have a problem. It took 3-5 minutes to clean the gun after firing 600 rounds in one day. No squib loads, no double charges.
(Posted on July 11, 2017)Review of 38 Special - 158 Grain FMJ - Armscor Precision - 50 Rounds
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Average at best
Review by Judoka
Averaged two FTF rounds per hundred rounds. Other than that, this ammunition performed fine. Unfortunately, too many FTF's to recommend this ammunition to others.
(Posted on June 12, 2017)Review of 357 Mag - 125 Grain FMJ - Armscor USA - 1000 Rounds
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