Shoutout for Aguila ammo

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  1. Jan 14, 2013 #1
    z90808

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    must say i am very impressed with this economy, full metal jacket ammo. at just over $215 shipped for a box of 1000 it is a must buy. ive put 1500 rounds of it through my xd 9 and have had ZERO, and i mean ZERO issues with it at all. no failures or any other problems of any kind (*knock on wood haha). its the only ammo i have used since getting the gun a few months ago and the only thing wrong with it i would say is that it isnt made in the US. i definitely recommend giving it a shot for all those people out there looking for a great, inexpensive target ammo.

     
  2. Jan 14, 2013 #2
    Sublime78

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    Did you order it online, and how would you rate it as far as cleanliness?
     
  3. Jan 14, 2013 #3
    dkshep502

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    I got some in 9mm,223,45 and it is great i mean great ammo. Jest wish I had bought more.
     
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    SonOfOdin

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    I have shot a variety of Aguila ammo in my CZ .22 with good results. The subsonic ammo is capable of stupendous accuracy compared to other subsonic rounds.
     
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    dhunley1

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    Aguila is good stuff for the price. I picked up a couple cases of Aquila in 9mm before all the madness started. Wish I bought more now...
     
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    Souvie1958

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    I used Aguila to break in my last 2 pistols, never a problem, pretty clean too. I wish i would have stocked up a little more too.
     
  7. Jan 15, 2013 #7
    Clint_Beastwood

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    I've shot their .223 55 grn FMJ before, and it worked well for what it is. It was comparable in performance and its "dirty-factor" to PMC Bronze or American Eagle
     
  8. Jan 15, 2013 #8
    wabashman

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    OP, where did you find it for 215/1000? Or was this pre-hysteria?
     
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    Aguila was established by Remington a long time ago when America was beginning its downward spiral trend of sending production facilities outside its borders.
     
  10. Jan 16, 2013 #10
    z90808

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    id pick it up from SGAmmo.com before all the panic buying. they are out of stock currently of course
     
  11. Jan 18, 2013 #11
    XDMJDJ

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    I picked up a few boxes locally recently. Glad you are liking it, I didnt have much choice.
     
  12. Jan 18, 2013 #12
    JCT

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    It's back in stock now -- 70 cases left
     
  13. Jan 18, 2013 #13
    cigarsnscotch

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    Yeah for $280 + $16 shipping.
     
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    JCT

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    A case of 9mm WWB around here would run $260 with tax at Wally World - pre hysteria. Hell, Miwall at the shows was barely any better.

    Now you can't even find it.

    I'll pay the premium so I can still take my boy shooting. By the time we can find it locally again he may be grown and off on his own !
     
  15. Jan 19, 2013 #15
    Melting

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    I just picked up some 90gr JHP Aguila. My Sig238 loves it, feeds, no jams , no misfires, 300 shipped from SGammo.:)
     

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