Most accurate 9mm range ammo opinions


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bass806
January 31, 2006, 07:12 PM
Just picked up the Glock 34 today. What is your experiences on the accuracy of the range ammo available in 9mm. UMC, WWB, Blazer, S&B, etc. I'm not interested in reloading- it's a 9mm!!! Any one in particular more accurate than the other, esp. in a 34 or Glocks in general. And thanks to all who piped in on my used Glock 35 pricing. I got 450 in trade on it, more than I expected. THANKS

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WarMachine
January 31, 2006, 07:43 PM
Depends on the gun. I shoot Blazer and WWB exclusively in my 1911, and I get good results from both. Paying 3.86-4.86 a box ain't too bad either :D

My P89 however favors WWB and will not group well with Blazer ammo for some reason.

noresttill
January 31, 2006, 08:30 PM
Ive had good luck with wwb. UMC is very flashy and smoky in 9mm. Magtec and AE are OK too. Thats all I got

rhubarb
January 31, 2006, 10:18 PM
While you're at it, what the least accurate? I need an excuse.

bass806
January 31, 2006, 10:47 PM
I'll just buy a box of three and see for myself. It will be fun and a good excuse to shoot the new Glock. I know I can get locally the WWB, UMC, and Blazer. I'll post the results soon.

bass806
February 1, 2006, 01:45 PM
Was only able to try the WWB and the Blazer aluminum cased. The Blazer was the high performer. I put 50 rounds of WWB thru the new Glock 34 and 50 rounds of Blazer before I actually tested it for accuracy. At 17 yards from a sand bag, the Blazer grouped 6 rounds at approx. 1.6 inches. the WWB grouped 6 rounds at approx. 2.0 inches. Also, the Blazer was more consistant in accuracy for the day. So I will be shooting the Blazer this weekend for IDPA. Also, no failures at all to report.
Thanks

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