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Old 04-14-2014, 11:41 AM   #16
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My WalMart sucks,ever since the left wing gun snatcher's started really going crazy and ammo went up things have not been the same.
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Old 04-14-2014, 11:54 AM   #17
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Tulammo imports the Perfecta ammo according to the back of the box. It does look like Fiocchi which I like.
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Old 04-14-2014, 12:48 PM   #18
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Originally Posted by dph1980 View Post
Went to Academy over the weekend and got 250 rounds of Monarch Brass at 12.99/50. Have not had any issues out of it.
Good stuff, I believe it's rebranded PPU. I've shot thousands of rounds of the 9mm and 40.
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Old 04-14-2014, 07:40 PM   #19
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Monarch handgun ammo seems ok, I used a few boxes of .357 HP brass with no problems.

I opened a box of .308 at the store. Rough and jagged edges on the brass. Even the manager was shamed by it, and took it off the shelf after finding several (not all) of the boxes like that. They have no quality control. Drew blood running a finger over the edge. No way I'm putting that in my rifle. It is to be said that the handgun and rifle ammo was manufactured in different countries.
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Old 04-14-2014, 07:56 PM   #20
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Originally Posted by Justcruisen67 View Post
Wish I could see a box of 9mm at a walmart......out here ya have a better chance of getting a picture with Bigfoot than finding 9 or 22 in a walmart
Fast Guns 15.00 for 50 American Eagle On sale!
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Old 04-27-2014, 04:29 PM   #21
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After seeing Perfecta in our WalMart in .380, 9mm, .40, and .45, I picked up one box of .380 to try just for the heck of it since .380 is usually high priced and scarce. To my amazement, is was accurate and clean in both my P238, and Glock 42. It performed better than WWB and Remington, and was cleaner than both! I returned to the store and purchased several more boxes, and will be a regular buyer now for target shooting. I reload 380, 9mm, 40, 10mm, and 45 ACP, with 380 being my least bountiful brass so I'll let you know how the brass holds up as well.
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I still have about 500 rds of Perfecta in 9mm. Haven't shot it yet.
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Old 05-17-2014, 03:39 PM   #23
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Perfecta Ammo

The same as Tula Brass Max just different packaging.
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I fired Perfecta made in Italy ammo before. I believe it's the same plant that makes Tul BrassMax ammo. 115gr FMJ practice ammo prices at Wal-Mart make me cringe. I see prices between $15 to $17 + local & state tax per 50rd box.

I've switched to Freedom Munitions commercial remanufactured 115gr FMJ for practice ammo. Every once in a while they run a $5 flat rate shipping fee. My last order of 500 rounds ended up $11.28 per 50 round box.

I've shot 100 rounds, no issues. I know it is a subjective observation, but the Freedom ammo fires cleaner than the usual off the shelf factory new least expensive 115gr 9mm practice ammo.
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I recently found a few boxes of TulAmmo Brass Max in 5.56 at my local Walmart. It was 19.99 per 50. They also had the Steel Cased TulAmmo 5.56 in 20 round boxes for 4.99. Its hard to catch them with it in stock but when I do catch it Im going to buy all I can. I bought a box of Federal .40S&W that was about 20 bucks per 50. Wish I had gotten there early enough to have bought all the .40 they had as its still hard to find here where I live in North Central Alabama. Theres only a few stores within 100 miles that actually sell Ammo. You could probably count the places on your hands and toes. LOL
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My P226 9mm and P229 .40 eat WWB just fine and I can usually find some at Wal-Mart. the .40 S&W is there more frequently though. I haven't tried the Freedom loads but it may be time.
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Just got back from the range with my Sig SP2022 shooting 2 boxes of Perfecta 9mm. I was shooting very low for some reason but not sure if it was me or the ammo. Never had that problem before though and I didn't have any other ammo to compare it to. No failures.
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I am so jealous of you all, the best price I can get for a single box of 50 is $16.50 in PR.
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Old 08-12-2014, 09:28 AM   #29
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I ran 100 rounds of the Perfecta 9mm through my P290RS a few weeks ago. Gun was brand new, cleaned and lubricated, but never fired. I had one fail to fire. I hit the primer twice and barely a dimple was made. I also had one fail to feed on the last round of my 8 round magazine.

I've since ran another 130 rounds of various ammo through the pistol and have not had the fail to fire since. Seems like good practice ammo, if you get it for less than other brands.
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I picked up a couple boxes, have yet to shoot it. It looks nice though. The bullets are smoothe without any marks or shavings present.
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