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Anyone use Miwall .30 Ammo?

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by Babarsac, Mar 20, 2008.

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  1. Babarsac

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    Hmm. I think even S&B is more than that now. No recent experience with Miwall 30 carbine, but several years ago it was fine.

    There is also Aguila. CMP sells it. There is a discussion on Jouster.

    Lately I am shooting more 223 and the 30 carbine guns (Saginaw, Universal, Blachawk, and AutoMag) have not been out so my small stash of S&B has held up.

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    Georgia Arms has good carbine ammo. It's reasonable and has promoted no failures in my 1942 Inland. I have yet to chrono same.
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    Barbarsac;

    I've no experience with the .30 stuff you're specifically asking about. But, I've been doing business with MiWall for years. They're out of Grass Valley California & travel widely throughout the West to gun shows. They're here twice a year & I always buy ammo from them. Never been disappointed. Always good prices.

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    I had read about the Miwall ammo a while ago and found that site online. In the year or so I've been watching I have seen virtually nothing in the Miwall line actually available. Appears they do mostly shows out West.

    Check out http://www.gun-deals.com/ammo.php to get a good idea of what is available.
     
  6. Babarsac

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    I sent an email to Outdoor Marksman asking them when they will get some in stock, and in the meantime I found some cheap S&B in the odd lot bin at my local shop. $10 for 50 round bexes didn't seem to bad to hold me over.
     
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    Any reply to your e-mail? I don't think driving to one of their shows out West would be cost effective for me. :)
     
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