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Magtech Ammunition has been producing ammo since 1926 and has earned a reputation for quality among serious shooters around the globe. Magtech Ammunition is sold in more than 50 countries around the globe served through three distribution centers. Magtech produces its renowned ammunition through its state-of-the-art manufacturing plant located in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
Magtech Ammo is designed, manufactured, and tested in one of the biggest and most advanced manufacturing facilities in the world! The CBC (Companhia Brasileira de Cartuchos) plant is vertically integrated producing its own primers, powder, projectiles, and brass which allows Magtech to keep a close eye on every step of the process ensuring high quality. The main objectives at Magtech Ammunition are to provide shooting enthusiasts with a product that is both reliable and affordable round after round. By combining high quality materials, the best manufacturing techniques, and highly advanced equipment, Magtech Ammunition is able to deliver on their promised high standards.
Magtech Ammunition is manufactured in the CBC factory in Brazil and is distributed in the US through their distribution center located in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
(As seen on the Magtech Ammo website)
Bad batch of ammo. .30 cal carbine.
Review by Tridentsubase
These were 110 grain .30 cal M-1 carbine loads from Magtech. The Cartridges worked fine, it was the primers. A first for me and I’ve owned firearms for 50 years. Every 5th round or so: upon successful destination of the Cartridge the primer would come loose out of the spent casing. The primer then quite regularly, found its way up toward the breach and lodged in between the next round (semi auto) and that bullet’s path to being properly chambered. The result was a jammed weapon where I regularly found the new load and the spend primer from the last expended round jamming up against the track to the breach. Never saw that before. I would hope this was an isolated yet “bad” batch of this stuff.
(Posted on July 31, 2020)Review of 30 Carbine - 110 Grain FMJ - Magtech - 50 Rounds
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Review by Grr41758
My Springfield 911 is picky. It is flawless using Sellier and Winchester but the Magtech jams constantly. Quite annoying. I’ve learned to pull out Some of the problem ammo. I use Magtech 9mm and it works every time.
(Posted on June 23, 2020)Review of 380 Auto - 95 Grain FMJ - Magtech - 50 Rounds
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This ammo shot great.
Review by James
This is great low cost ammo that performed well sighting in my new rifle. No issues.
(Posted on June 15, 2020)Review of 6.5 Creedmoor - 140 Grain FMJBT - Magtech - 20 Rounds
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Old School Ammo for an Old School Gun
Review by Papa Dan
I recently acquired an antique H&R Hammerless Small Frame, 1st Model, 1st Variation top break revolver chambered in 32 S&W with a serial number putting it in the 1898-1903 manufacturing group. I took it to my gunsmith who inspected, cleaned, and oiled the gun for me before I even tried any ammo. His recommendation was the Magtech 85 Grain LRN as the most closely matching modern ammo to use in this antique. I purchased a box from Lucky Gunner and tried it. I quickly ran thru a box of 50 in 5-shot sets with this fun little gun. The ammo worked flawlessly and the old school gun did too.
(Posted on May 5, 2020)Review of 32 S&W - 85 Grain LRN - Magtech - 50 Rounds
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I have been using magtech ammo for years and have went through alot of boxes of this ammo and cannot remember having a misfire.
Review by Drew
This is excellent ammo for range and plinking. You cannot get any better for quality and price.
(Posted on May 2, 2020)Review of 9mm - 124 Grain FMJ - Magtech - 1000 Rounds
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Review by Rev
This round will flat out hit hard, it will have great penetration, and better accuracy than many other rounds I’ve fired.
(Posted on April 23, 2020)Review of 38 Special - 158 Grain LRN - Magtech - 50 Rounds
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Great practice ammo
Review by Timothy
Expensive, but Great practice ammo
(Posted on April 8, 2020)Review of 300 AAC Blackout - Subsonic 200 Grain FMJ - Magtech - 500 Rounds
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Review by Michael
The actual bullet has scuffs and scratches but functions ok. Case is clean with a new finish .accuracy was good.
(Posted on March 25, 2020)Review of 300 AAC Blackout - 115 Grain OTM - Magtech First Defense - 50 Rounds
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Review by Kenneth
I selected MAGTECH because of a recommendation from ASP YouTube channel. It has worked flawlessly after about 550 rounds and I would recommend it to others.
Nonetheless, since I'm primarily working on my drawstroke and timing I may try something less expensive next time. Possibly Tulla Ammo or Brazer.
(Posted on March 20, 2020)Review of 9mm - 115 Grain FMJ - Magtech - 1000 Rounds
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Best 9mm Practice Ammo
Review by Chris
Magtech 124 grain FMJ practice ammo is the best I’ve found for use in my FN 509 Tactical with PMM compensator. It ran flawlessly while other brands jammed frequently. It also run great in my Glocks so it has become my go to round for 9mm semi-auto pistols!
(Posted on March 17, 2020)Review of 9mm - 124 Grain FMJ - Magtech - 1000 Rounds
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Work great with SBR
Review by mojojojo
I've been shooting these in my Honey Badger SBR with zero issues thus far. Another brand of inexpensive subbies which shall not be named (S&B) had more than a few primer issues. These things do create quite the cloud of smoke so I don't recommend wearing your Sunday finest if shooting indoors.
(Posted on March 11, 2020)Review of 300 AAC Blackout - Subsonic 200 Grain FMJ - Magtech - 500 Rounds
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Magtech 38 Special, 158 gr LRN, 1000rd
Review by NK
Great price on these. Used them in Cowboy Action matches. 755fps, all lead bullet fits the requirements. Arrived quickly.
(Posted on February 18, 2020)Review of 38 Special - 158 Grain LRN - Magtech - 1000 Rounds
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Great for practice or self-defense
Review by TRA
I've only shot a handful of these so far. I actually bought them as feet-wetting rounds to introduce new shooters to my LCR, but if I live to old age they'll be my EDC round. If you look at the LG test results elsewhere on this site, these wadcutters actually performed a little better than the Magtech SJHPs, despite being 80fps slower. Gun Sam got much better results shooting those SJHPs into his Jug Or Not box on YouTube, but wadcutters are decent for self-defense with almost no recoil in .32. If you want to help set up an elderly or gun-skittish person with a simple self-defense rig, six of these in an LCR is a viable choice.
(Posted on February 18, 2020)Review of 32 S&W Long - 98 Grain LWC - Magtech - 1000 Rounds
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Review by Jon
Awesome, reliable, and extremely effective. Out of a 2" snub, this round performs. Solid expansion, penetration, and energy transfer. Very impressed. My new EDC round.
(Posted on February 17, 2020)Review of 357 Mag - 125 gr JHP - Magtech Guardian Gold - 20 Rounds
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Review by john
I've shot about every brand of 38 Smith around. There isn't much difference in the major brands loadings. I do think Magtech is a little snappier than most and it is clean burning ammo. Remington is feeble and is about as cruddy to shoot as black powder. I tend to stick to Mag Tech or PPU.
(Posted on February 15, 2020)Review of 38 S&W - 146 Grain LRN - Magtech - 50 Rounds
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