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Ammo Inc or Armscor 9mm?

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by warren0728, Nov 7, 2020.

  1. warren0728

    warren0728 Member

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    does anyone have experience with either of these two brands? looks like both are made in the us ... looking for 9mm range ammo. I'll be running them through a glock 19 and glock 43x.

    thanks!
     
  2. Reinz

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    I always thought Armscor was made in the Philippines, a division of Rock Island.

    I’ve been impressed with the quality and pricing (prepandemic).

    Maybe I need to be educated.


    Edited: Just looked it up; Armscor USA Ammo is made here, but Armscor PRECISION Ammo is made in the Philippines.
     
  3. rule303

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    Armscor is good ammo for general shooting. Seems more consistent than others at that price point. I can't say I've heard of Ammo inc.
     
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  4. Meeks36

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    Armscor is good to go in my book. Decent ammo probably want win any bullseye competitions with it. But general plutnking is fine.
     
  5. Riomouse911

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    I’ve shot lots of Armscor rimfire in .22 LR and .22 WMR, centerfire in 9mm and .380. It’s always done fine for me :).

    Stay safe.
     
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  6. hso

    hso Moderator Staff Member

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    I haven't had any problem with Armscorp.
     
  7. 12Bravo20

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    Actually Armscor owns Rock Island Armory. And yes you are correct about the Armscor USA being made in the US while the Armscor Precision is made in the Philippines.

    I have not tried any of the Armscor centerfire ammunition but have had good luck with their rimfire ammo.
     
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  8. Speedo66

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    I've had good results with Armscor, but at this point, if you need ammo, now is not the time to be picky.

    I'd suggest you buy whatever ammo you can find.
     
  9. 340PD

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    I would tell you in this day and age buy as much of both as possible.
    Your question should not be which, it should be how much can I safely store?
     
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  10. potmetal

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    If you can find any ammo for sale, buy it.
    I have tried Armscor in a number of calibers and it was very good. I'm not familiar with Ammo Inc.
     
  11. warren0728

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    thanks for the replies everybody! good to know my ammo options are a little broader but it's so overpriced it's ridiculous (but we all know that)!
     
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  12. CapnMac

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    The Armscor .30 carbine was certainly satisfactory. It was milspec FMJ, so, was not expecting that much. So, "Fully Met Expectations" would be the tick box I'd check.
     
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