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1000 Rounds of .45 ACP Ammo by Fiocchi - 230gr FMJ

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$339.75
4.6

21 Review(s)

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Quantity - 20 boxes, 50 rounds per box
Manufacturer - Fiocchi
Bullets - 230 grain full metal jacket (FMJ)
Casings - Boxer-primed brass

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Posted On: 6/14/12 By: Austin williams

A: We have found Fiocchi ammo to burn clean, similar to other premium brands available.

Posted On: 10/18/11 By: Kia Tikaboo

A: There are three base materials used to make cartridge cases. These materials are aluminum, brass, and steel. The nickel cases you see are actually nickel plated brass. Aluminum cases are inexpensive to make and lightweight, making them a good choice for general shooting. Steel cases are also inexpensive to make, although they are not lightweight compared to aluminum cases. Still, they are an excellent choice for general shooting, and most people never notice the weight difference between aluminum and brass or steel. Brass cases cost more because they are reusable, also known as reloadable. They have a value beyond their weight in scrap – people who reload ammunition want them because it saves them a great deal of money to do so. However, for people that do not reload, the choice often comes down to cost. While it is true that most modern firearms are designed to function with brass cases, the vast majority of them also function perfectly with aluminum and steel cased ammunition. You should try a small amount of each type to see what your weapons function best with and which type meets your needs.

Posted On: 10/13/11 By: Pam

A: This ammo does not have a lacquer seal on the primer. You might want to consider the Fiocchi Canned Heat ammo, which comes in a container that is specifically designed for long term storage.

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