Sorry, I don't have the label in front of me right now... I'll post it later when I get home.
I bought some "Military & Police Ammunition" at a gunshow a couple weeks ago. .45 ACP, 230 grain, FMJ-RN.
Just shot some this past weekend and it was smoooooooth :cool: !!
I felt the heat produced from firing the round, but the recoil seemed less than a 9mm!
Anyone care to take a guess why? Is it the powder charge, type of powder, or something else I'm not thinking of?
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March 26, 2007, 03:01 PM
Maybe you don't know your own strength. Were you using a benchrest system or a bag? Would be nice to know the groups it can shoot. My area gun show is coming up and I might look at it if its good stuff. Also who makes the ammo? Is it reloads or factory ammo?
March 29, 2007, 12:23 PM
Here's what is on the label:
Special Application Ammunition for Law
Enforcement and Military use.
Anyone familiar with this ammo?
March 29, 2007, 01:24 PM
Never heard of it, but you can't beat the laws of physics.:)
Velocity = Recoil.....If you don't have one, you don't have the other.;)