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Re: Guns, but no ammo

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target boards get chewed up a lot. One newer policy is target qualifying with duty rounds instead of reduced power target rounds- on the current self loading pistols reduced power sometimes means failure to feed hangups--that wasn't a problm with .357/.38 rvolvers using wadcutters for "light" practice. I tried a target load in old .45 auto and had many failure to extract/feed failures so when done with the 100 rounds just went back to cheapest hardball surplus and standard Federal softpoint 3/4 jackets- at the time the 225 grain hollowpoints were having some feed problems with the Cook County sherrifs deputies that tried to use it- needed a good ramp polish at least. Duty rounds that may have problem best used at range to see if they work is another policy- and get the shooter used to duty round flash and recoil. I used to use .44 Special loads in .44 Ruger for most shooting just because of wrist flinch, sore hands. .357 standard load is OK, the +Ps may have their uses but for most use the racoons in chicken house don"t know the difference- I may have some old full metal jackets laying around, the old policy was a speed loader of car penetrators in pocket for road block duty and deputy I road with was generous with leftovers after the switch to the 9mms and .45s.

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