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Aguila .30 Carbine Ammo?

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by Dave Markowitz, May 12, 2006.

  1. Dave Markowitz

    Dave Markowitz Well-Known Member

    Has anyone tried the Aguila .30 Carbine ammo as sold by AIM Surplus?

    It's only $9.95/box.

  2. 22/22mag

    22/22mag Well-Known Member

    Georgia arms .30 carbine ammo was $9.50 = 50 rds Last month.All the ammo from them has been very good.
  3. candr44

    candr44 Well-Known Member

    If it's like their .22 ammo, it is extremely dirty. After about 200 rounds in my rifle, the inside of my receiver looked like someone dumped sand in it.
  4. _N4Z_

    _N4Z_ Well-Known Member


    i ran a 100 rounds of aguila 357mag thru one of my revolvers last weekend. it was a little cruddy, but no more so than if i had been feeding it that yellow box UMC fodder. didn't take any longer cleaning either.
  5. colt.45

    colt.45 Well-Known Member

    this has nothing to do with the topic but, the local academy is selling remington .30 carbine $25 for a box 50:eek:. pretty retarded when they are selling american eagle .30 carbine for only $10 and monarch for $7
  6. Pappy John

    Pappy John Well-Known Member

    It could be that the Remington was soft point or hollow point. For some reason these always seem to be dis-proportionally expensive in .30 carbine. I like to keep a box of it around, but never buy much at a time due to the cost. Most of my stash in this caliber is plain old jacketed round nose.

    That Aguila seems like a good price. I may try some myself. I usually run the American Eagle stuff through mine, but the price on that has been steadily rising at my usual supplier.
  7. Mannlicher

    Mannlicher Well-Known Member

    Carbine ammo is never going to be a bargain. Best price I have found is the Georgia Arms offering at their gun show appearances. I buy 500 rounds of their manufacture FMJ, in an ammo can, for $85.00. Thats .17/each.

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