Anyone heard of Miwall ammo?


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Moparmike
October 7, 2003, 06:03 AM
I found some well priced ammo on http://www.outdoormarksman.com/merchant/merchant.mv?Screen=PROD&Store_Code=om&Product_Code=98292&Category_Code=CP-170-10MM and wanted to know if any of you have used it before. It looks like decent plinking ammo.

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only1asterisk
October 7, 2003, 06:42 AM
Don't know about Miwall, but that site is selling 9x23 Win as 9mm Largo! They would loose my money just for that. Could you image some poor Joe sticking a mag full of that into his Star?


David

Gunsnrovers
October 7, 2003, 09:54 AM
Miwall is a reloading company out of Northern California. I think their reloads are very good and well priced. They also frequently have great deals on factory ammo.

I would recommend them as an addition to your vendor list for ammo. I've been using their ammo for about 10 years. They are a staple at the gun shows out here and their mail order pretty quick as well.

Jeff

WhoKnowsWho
October 7, 2003, 11:04 AM
Discovered them last year a the gun show, when I double checked prices after that first encounter, and went back the next day, they had almost nothing left. Now I buy when I see them on the first day! :)

I got some 40 S&W reloads from them and have had no problems. And I usually buy factory ammo, at least that which I don't reload, from them.

4v50 Gary
October 7, 2003, 11:51 AM
I've burned up a couple cases of their .38.

GoldenLoki
October 7, 2003, 01:27 PM
I buy from them at local gunshows. I have shot thousands of rounds of their 9mm, .45acp. .38spl, .357mag, and .44mag without a single problem.

They also have great prices on factory ammo (.223rem, 7.62x39, .22lr etc)

GL

bountyhunter
October 7, 2003, 03:06 PM
Because their internet sight always has a sign up saying they are closed until they can ship all their backlog orders. I have no idea if they are for real, probably very small and not able to meet demand.... which usually leads to raising prices.

gulogulo1970
October 7, 2003, 03:19 PM
I've had good luck with their 38 & 44 SPL and 44 mag. In A little over 1000 rounds I've only seen 2 rounds where the bullet wasn't seated correctly, but you catch that before you load it into a weapon. I was pretty accurate for inexpensive ammunition.

gobabygo
October 7, 2003, 04:06 PM
Outdoormarksman and Miwall are not the same company. Outdoormarksman is just a distributor for Miwall.

The Miwall site is down every now and then, but I always figured that they were just busy with gun shows. I looked at their gun show schedule and during 1 weekend, they were at 3 gun shows. But since Outdoormarksman is a different company, I would expect them to have the ammo in stock.

Anyway, I don't use other people's reloads (I can reload my own), but if I were going to, I'd be fine with using Miwall. They do lots of business at the gun shows here and I've never heard anyone complain about their ammo. I do buy primers, powder, Wolf 7.62x39, and Aussie .308 from them.

bountyhunter
October 9, 2003, 02:37 PM
as of last night. Their prices are very good, but there are a bunch of hidden charges. There is a "per package" charge for each box in the shipment, there is a "handling charge" for the whole order. In kali, there is that 8.5% sales tax and then the UPS shipping charges on top of all that.

That raises their prices to me above what I can get at other internet places.

The real bummer about MiWall is that they INSIST on tagging the delivery with signature only, so if you work for a living you have to stay home and wait for the package.

The other thing that looked odd was on the sire it said something like "most orders ship within a week". Really? I'd hope so!

rajaniblue
October 9, 2003, 03:05 PM
I bought a case of 9mm reload ammo from them at a gunshow that was basically junk. Sometimes 2-3 jams per MAGAZINE. And I never have problems with any of the branded ammo that I normally get, both remanufactured and new (and I have tried most commonly available brands) so I have to put it down to this case. Unfortunately, it was 1000 rounds, too, so I am stuck with a fair amount of it.

Never again.

pingwax
October 9, 2003, 03:28 PM
I bought 1000 rounds of .45 acp S&B from them at a gun show for $183 including tax.

VictorLouis
October 10, 2003, 08:24 PM
I've always purchased their 'fresh' ammon made with all new components. It's loaded pretty conservatively, but always been decent fodder. Besides, it provides me once-fired brass at a great price....:D

Prodigalshooter
October 11, 2003, 02:20 AM
I have purchased thousands of .45ACP, 9mm and .38 from them w/o any problems. Have bought S&B, Winchester and some varieties of their bulk ammo in ammo cans. But, I bought it all "live", at a show, I quit buying ammo and having it shipped, don't save that much after paying shipping.
Now that I'm reloading .45ACP, I'm buying less, but I still check 'em out for .38 and 9mm.

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