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Which is better? i cant decide 40 cal ammo

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by wolverine_173, Jul 11, 2011.

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  1. wolverine_173

    wolverine_173 Member

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    40 S&W 180 Grain TMJ Speer Lawman LE VS..... 40 S&W 180 grain MagTech ammo better

    Just for plinking
     
  2. youngda9

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    whatever go bang
     
  3. Apocalypse-Now

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    lawman is better, without question.
     
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    I shoot a lot of magtech for practice ammo, but for defense I keep mine loaded with speer. Just feels a bit more powerful, plus the ballistics.
     
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    If you're plinking, whatever's cheapest and shoots best out of your pistol. If/when you decide to CCW, you should definitely try out a few different self-defense loads, but otherwise, buy cheap and stack deep for regular old range days.
     
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    They are both good practice ammo but I agree with buyingthe cheapes that will work and buy plenty of it. Right now, that is the Federal "Red Box" from Wal-Mart by mile. Its cheaper by far than either, even Magtech by the case which I can pick up at the distributor.
     
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    I shoot a lot of .40S&W when it comes to plinking I buy whats cheap, there are a few brands I stay away from but nothing too nuts.
     
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