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PMC ammunition is manufactured in South Korea by the Poongsan Corporation (ISO certified) which produces cartridges ranging from small arms ammunition to large howitzer rounds for the South Korean military. The Poongsan Corporation dates back to 1968 and since its founding it has grown to become on one of the world's largest manufacturers and suppliers of ammunition. The Poongsan Corporation's primary mission is to make South Korea fully self-reliant for their ammunition needs. Taking advantage of their high standards required through the military's reliance on their ammunition, their excess capacity, branded as PMC (Precision Made Cartridges), is highly sought after throughout the world's commercial markets. In the United States, their reliable range ammo has become a standard for excellence and consistency.
PMC is unique in that they manufacture all of their components from raw materials which helps them maintain more control over each step in their supply chain. PMC goes so far as to even manufacture their own rolls of brass from which the brass cups that form the case are punched out of instead of outsourcing this step. This is just one example to illustrate the extra care that PMC takes to ensure their quality is never at risk from a supplier dropping the ball.
PMC Ammo is manufactured in Poongsan's Angang and Dongrae plants located in South Korea.
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Review by Common people
Purchased, ammo goes bang every pull. Solid! Can you still use that term? They fulfill my ammo needs. Thanks to you both. Keep up with the need of the common people. May the Force be with you.
(Posted on September 4, 2019)Review of 5.56x45MM - 62 Grain FMJ - M855 - GREENTIP XTAC - PMC - 600 Rounds in Battle Pack
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Review by Matt
Bought this thinking it would be good, maybe dirty but nothing crazy. Out of a box of 10 only 2 actually went off. The rest were primer fails. Then one even got stuck in my rifle jamming the bolt. Rifle shoots other 50 bmg ammo just fine. Im trying to get a refund or return this.... because I wasted so much money. Learn from my mistake and save your own money at sanity.
(Posted on September 1, 2019)Review of 50 Cal BMG - 660 Grain FMJBT - PMC - 200 Rounds
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Review by Gun Sam
I chronographed this ammo at 1,111 FPS from a 4" barrel, 411 ft lbs. Then through my ballistic test medium of 4 layers of denim followed by a bologna pack followed by 1/4" fiber board followed by 6 gallon water jugs, I got zero expansion, None. No .357 Magnum ammo I have ever tested has pulled this off, and it went through all 6 jugs. Good ammo should expand 1.5 X and penetrate to jug 3.
(Posted on July 22, 2019)Review of 357 Mag - 150 gr JHP - PMC Starfire - 20 Rounds
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Review by Mike
I was looking for something to plink with that has less recoil than 44 mag in my 629 and these were a blast (pun intended) to shoot. I actually laughed after the first shot because of the low recoil and they were very accurate. I was only shoot at 10 yards but eating up the bullseye. I may consider them to hunt deer with because of recoil/accuracy but still on the fence about it. Will buy again.
(Posted on July 9, 2019)Review of 44 Special - 180 Grain JHP - PMC - 25 Rounds
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Review by Tank
Shot these out of a 6" and a 2.75" revolver, and boy are these rounds HOT! If shot from a rifle, I'd imagine it will land any game in North America no problem. Very high quality round and for the money a significant amount of power and velocity. Only shot paper at the range, but very accurate and extremely loud out of a snubnose barrel. :)
(Posted on June 25, 2019)Review of 44 Mag - 240 Grain TCSP - PMC - 25 Rounds
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Top Flight for most .32 ACP
Review by Ron
I like 32 ACP and these rounds are perfect -- no hang ups at all! Fair price as well. Great Service -- Thank you Lucky Gunner!
(Posted on June 25, 2019)Review of 32 ACP - 71 Grain FMJ - PMC - 50 Rounds
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These 32's are great for my LWS Seecamp
Review by Ron
I use these rounds for my Seecamp. They are great. The Brass is reloadable as well. Great rounds.
(Posted on June 25, 2019)Review of 32 ACP - 60 gr JHP - PMC - 50 Rounds
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Top Flight for most .32 ACP
Review by Ron
All my many .32 ACP firearms loved the 71 Grain PMC 32 ACP. The 60 Grain PMC works best in the LWS Seecamp! I highly recommend these rounds. Also, the Brass is great for reloads.
(Posted on June 20, 2019)Review of 32 ACP - 71 Grain FMJ - PMC - 50 Rounds
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Only real green tip
Review by Micheal85
This is the only m855 that I know of that is readily available and isn't xm855 commercial stuff
(Posted on June 18, 2019)Review of 5.56x45 - 62 Grain FMJ M855 - PMC - 20 Rounds
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More accurate than any other ammo I have tried in my granddaughter's Ruger compact
Review by bruceterrible
Best shooting ammo that I have found so far for a Ruger compact rifle
(Posted on June 3, 2019)Review of 44 Mag - 180 Grain JHP - PMC - 25 Rounds
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PMC 44 mag 240 grn TCSP
Review by Jeff
I’ve used these since they came into production.Ive killed countless hogs and whitetail deer with them.
You DEFINITELY know when they go off!!!
(Posted on May 31, 2019)Review of 44 Mag - 240 gr TCSP - PMC - 50 Rounds
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Not to bad
Review by tortex
Out of a 18.5 " barrel, 1589 fps 886 ft-lbs.
(Posted on May 27, 2019)Review of 357 Mag - 158 Grain JSP - PMC - 50 Rounds
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Hard to beat.
Review by jb
i have been using PMC 62 grain in 4 different AR's 2 Del-ton and 2 Bushmaster and in 3 Mini-14's for 9+ years and have cycled a lot of rounds down range...no misfires because of cartridge failure. Clean your weapon after each use and it may save your life when the SHTF
(Posted on April 21, 2019)Review of 5.56x45 - 62 Grain FMJ M855 - PMC - 1000 Rounds
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Review by d.settie
Since the merger, PMC quality is up. Handgun line has been tweaked and the product line has grown. I have no problem supporting our friends in Korea.
(Posted on April 11, 2019)Review of 40 S&W - 180 Grain FMJ-FP - PMC - 1000 Rounds
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Pmc .44 mag tcsp
Review by Mick
Shoots a bit high at close ranges, with practice and a bit of copensation I managed a 2.5" grouping at 20 yards..very good , quality round
(Posted on April 11, 2019)Review of 44 Mag - 240 gr TCSP - PMC - 50 Rounds
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