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Old 07-12-2005, 01:04   #1
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reload or fmj for target practice shooting?

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sa panahong medyo mahirap bumili ng bala, safe ba reload ang gamitin? kasi fmj ang gamit ko everytime na nasa range ako. di ko pa na try ang reload sa .45 ko.

my experience before sa 9mm ko, ginamitan ko ng reload. pero di maganda at palpak talaga. mahina putok at minsan naiipit yung basyo.

at pag tingga nga pala gamit ko, napuna ko sa 9mm ko dati, yung groove niya sa barrel parang di visible kasi natabunan ng lead yung loob ng barrel. so i have to fire it again with 5 rnds. of fmj to get rid of the lead. pero sabi nila mali daw yon at it can cause kaboom? tama po ba yun?

kahit ang ginamit ko din dati ay yung plated na bala ng armscor ay madami din naiiwan na lead sa loob ng barrel at natatabunan yung grooving. paano ko matatanggal yung mga lead sa loob? pag plated ang gamit kong bala? kelangan bang magbanlaw ng fmj?
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Old 07-12-2005, 06:03   #2
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im not an expert ,but this is what i do in my 9mm(from BOG's recommendations), get your reloads from reputable reloader ,always gauge the reloaded ammo para walang FTE and FTF and babad sa gaas/wd40 or AB80/hopes mixture overnight ang barrel then clean the next day then fire 5 fmj para ok ule raya.
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Old 07-12-2005, 06:08   #3
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Toxic is right, get your reloads from a reputable reloader.

Don't shoot fmj after lead.
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Old 07-12-2005, 08:17   #4
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get your reloads from a reputable reloader.
and "he is the law" so to speak. di ba judge? ;f
oo nga pala, nagre-reload kaba ng .45 judge?;f
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Old 07-12-2005, 09:41   #5
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Re: reload or fmj for target practice shooting?

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gud pm!

sa panahong medyo mahirap bumili ng bala, safe ba reload ang gamitin? kasi fmj ang gamit ko everytime na nasa range ako. di ko pa na try ang reload sa .45 ko.
i echo the others: select a reputable reloader. here in manila, the better ones are stronghand and true weight


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my experience before sa 9mm ko, ginamitan ko ng reload. pero di maganda at palpak talaga. mahina putok at minsan naiipit yung basyo.
Did you specify that the load should be major? Pag hindi kasi, reloaders don't bother kasi tipid sila sa powder


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at pag tingga nga pala gamit ko, napuna ko sa 9mm ko dati, yung groove niya sa barrel parang di visible kasi natabunan ng lead yung loob ng barrel. so i have to fire it again with 5 rnds. of fmj to get rid of the lead. pero sabi nila mali daw yon at it can cause kaboom? tama po ba yun?

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Old 07-12-2005, 17:24   #6
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and "he is the law" so to speak. di ba judge? ;f
oo nga pala, nagre-reload kaba ng .45 judge?;f
maski e-load ng smart/tnt/globe/tm/sun etc..... hehehe! ;f
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