Silver Bear ammo is produced at the Barnaul Machine Plant in Russia. Formerly located in St. Petersburg and Moscow, the plant moved to Barnaul during World War II to escape the advancing Wehrmacht and has remained there ever since. In its various incarnations, the plant has provided ammunition for Russian soldiers for over 150 years. During World War II, it produced half of the Soviet army's cartridges and won several prestigious awards. In 2003, Barnaul converted to a closed joint stock company, somewhat analogous to an American S-corporation. Today, the company produces both military and sporting ammo as well as target devices and other shooting products.
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we switched to my son's 1911, and the jamming continued
we changed to a different set of magazines (thinking that was the issue)
the jamming continued, we tried less rounds per magazine, to no avail
we also had may FTF's in the group
very disappointing, never again, we ran thru 200 rounds like this, frustrating
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