I don't believe so.
My experience with Brown Bear and Silver Bear ammunition has been nothing but good. It's my favorite commie ammo! It's as good as most budget...
They need to redesign the can so it fit's in an AR stock compartment!
It's difficult the first time. Once you figure out what you're doing, you'll wonder why you had trouble in the first place.
Not to mention their bulpup shotgun.
Pizzagunner, how can you not love Sauerkraut? It's great!
Now that I'm thinking about it, reliable feeding sounds like the most prominent reason.
Why do so few modern auto-loaders use the steep Luger style grip angle? It's very ergonomic, yet I can think of only one modern handgun that uses...
I suggest going with the Ruger. Go to the gun store and feel both models, preferred grip angle is very subjective.
.223 is more of a crack, while 7.62x39 is more of a boom. Both are out of 16" barrels, with no muzzle attachments.
I'm considering getting a new firearm and need some ideas! What's the most fun firearm you currently own?
Currently mine is my Ruger Mark III...
What about .38 super?
You can find the occasional deal, though you have to look. Last year I got Wolf 7.62x39 on stripper clips for $3.00 per 20rds.
How'd they settle on 1/7000 of a pound, for a standard unit?
I've always wondered, how much does on grain actually way?
Send it in to Ruger; their customer service is great from my experience.
Possibly because it came out 7 years prior to the 1911?
Early ones were blued, later ones were painted.
Ruger Mark III and a few bricks of ammo.
Looks like what Tippmann used to make before they made paintball guns.
Get a bandoleer, some stripper clips, and a cleaning kit and you'll be good to go.
Separate names with a comma.