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Im looking at Fiocchi .40 S&W, CCI, Remington UMC I think it's called, and Federal. I dont trust that WOLF stuff nor Seller N Bellot

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for plinking... I would go with anything american made with a brass case, not bi-metal

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That UltraMax ammo looked appealing once I have fired about 100 rounds of premium stuff, no Bi-metal ok, I will keep that in mind.

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8 years 10 weeks ago, 4:47 PM

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S&B is fine, I've never had problems with it. I agree about American if you can, though. Remington or Winchester are your best choices.

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