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|Bullet Weight||92 Grain|
|Bullet Type||Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)|
|Ammo Casing||Copper-plated Steel|
|Ammo Caliber||.380 Auto (ACP)|
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into my second box of 1680...
I'm now into my second box of 1680 rounds after a 1000 round batch of Sellier and Bellot in my Sig P238. My gun stays much cleaner with the S&B but for the price and quantity difference, it's really not worth it, I clean my gun after I shoot no matter how dirty the ammo is. If it wears on my extractor more, so be it, it costs $15 to replace. It appears the extractor should be good for a bare minimum of 25k rounds even using the steel cased stuff. I prefer the copper washed steel over the chemical coated steel like Tula (Wolf) and others use.
Great break-in ammo
For what it is, it's great. I bought it for the reason of two of the above "cons". I wanted something to wear on my extractor and produce allot of dirt needing cleaned.
I bought this ammo in bulk to break in my Sig P238. The extractor in the latest generation is a bit "grabby" and doesn't like to let go of the rims of the casings so I figured some hard steel cased rounds would be a perfect break in for the gun. Within the first 400 rounds I'd had 4 failure to ejects due to the tight extractor and the amount of dirt. They are a much dirtier round due to the steel case. A brass case will slightly expand within the chamber increasing the seal and not allow as much gas to escape around the case. After the first day at the range popping off 400 rounds, I've had no more failure to feed issues and have pumped all 1680 rounds through my pistol.
Simply said this is some tough old dirty russian ammo that consistantly goes bang. More bang for the buck!
So far no problems
OK< here we go. At this point in time I have used approx. 100 rounds thru my Bersa Thunder. NO problems. I pull the trigger and they go bang. My gun dealer warns me that steel shells will ruin my extractor. If it happens, Yeah!!! I will have to get it fixed. I think it is a great product and at a great price.
With shipping about .24 cents a pop. LG had them to my home in about 3 days. Suprised me how quickly they arrived, I am very pleased with Lucky Gunner and my purchase. I was reluctant about giving my credit card number, as, I have had problems with this in the past. LG assured me that Imy card would be secure. I am now ready to purchase 9mm from LG.
Lucky Gunner is in my address book and I will deal with them from now on.
I purchsed the LVE ammo purely based on price.
I fully expected some misfires, and stove piping.. I have fired around 250rds so far with no problems. I also had no flyers so this is a top notch consistant ammo.
Even if I had a few misfires, flyers or stovepipes. I still wouldn't have been dissapointed because the ammo was so reasonably priced.
As a side note I fired this ammo through a brand new DB380 which had never been fired. Anyone knowing anything about the 380 calibers reliability untill broken in should be impressed. It's almost a given to have some problems with a new 380, untill broken in.
I'm not afraid to recommend this ammo to any of my friends in law enforcement.
Was a little dirtier then the .380 auto i just finished off, but performed great as i was skeptical of the look of the box having never known anyone to shoot this brand. Very good and couldnt beat the price, thanks lucky gunner!
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