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North American Black Widow Revolver BWL, 22 LR, 2", Black Rubber Grip, Stainless Finish, 5 Rd, Fixed Sights by Joseph Date Added: Friday 27 January, 2012
10 I purchased the Black Widow in November 2011. I took it to the range to test fire it and found the following. I found it to be quite impressive for such a small weapon. It has plenty of weight and the grip is just fine for me. I test fired it and then compared it to the 38 snub nose I carry. I found it to pull just a little to the left and down slightly. I though it may have been me with a new weapon (and it still may have been), so I pullled out my 38 snub nose to compare. My 38 cal hit the target with center kill shots, while my Black Widow was slightly left, yet still very capable of dropping what you are aiming at. Both guns were used at a distance of approximately 32 feet. My Black Widow is much easier to conceal compared to the snubnose. I use the Hornady mag 45 gr ftx load and it is quite impressive. I carry the Black Widow most of the time and I do not worry about its stopping power. One item I want to mention, after firing, do not expect to quickly reload this weapon. I had to use the cylinder rod to remove some of the spent cartridges from the cylinder. All in all, I would recommend this gun to anyone who wants to carry an easily hidden, quick close up, self defense weapon for use within a 30 feet range...

Rating: 4 of 5 Stars! [4 of 5 Stars!]
Stoeger Cougar Double Action Compact Pistol ST31716, 9mm, 13+1 Capacity, Bruniton Black Finish by Dick Date Added: Monday 23 January, 2012
10 I have both the Compact and regular version of this pistol. The only difference is the length of the grip. The Compact is just that, more concealable. Both pistols consistently shoot amazingly well, making me look like a better shot than I am. These are not light guns but fit my hands well and feel secure when shooting. There is less movement for me when shooting because of the weight. The quality is excellent. These guns are just like the Beretta counterpart except for being about half price. First time I took the pistol to the range several folks asked to shoot it and all were amazed at the way it shot and how well they did with it. I know that a couple decided right then to purchase either the Compact or Regular model based on that experience. The compact came with two magazines which is great. The folks at Able Ammo were wonderful to work with for the purchase. They shipped to my local FFL as promised on time and with no hassle at all...

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
Mossberg 817 Plinkster 17 Hornady Magnum Rimfire (HMR) 5 Round Blue Magazine (95887) by Blake Date Added: Saturday 21 January, 2012
10 good quality mag good price too have had no trouble with this mag feeds well every time

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
Uberti 1873 Cattleman NM Brass Revolver U344510, 45 Colt, 5.5", One Piece Walnut Stock, Blued Finish by Peter Date Added: Saturday 21 January, 2012
10 Just received my Cattleman 5 days after ordering. Zero problems with the transaction. And what a beautiful revolver! Exactly as described and pictured. Excellent machine work and fitting. Great looking and great shooting piece. Thinking of a 2nd one for a two-gun rig. Getcha one (or two)!..

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
Winchester Ranger Series 1 Hour/1400 Fire Rating Gun Safe RANGER30, 59x36x27, 34 cu. ft., (Up to 30 guns) by Scott Date Added: Wednesday 18 January, 2012
10 Greetings! I received the Winchester Ranger 30 today and it was just as advertised. What a nice safe, and at a fantastic price. The freight company that made the delivery was very professional and helpful. Thank you...

Rating: 4 of 5 Stars! [4 of 5 Stars!]
North American Black Widow Revolver BWM, 22 Magnum (WMR), 2", Black Rubber Grip, Stainless Finish, 5 Rd, Fixed Sights by Michael Date Added: Monday 16 January, 2012
10 A follow-up on my other review. I sent the gun it and within a couple days the gun returned with a spare .22 lr cylinder! The gunsmith called me the next day and we dicussed my issues and I found that what was happening was completly my fault. After decades of owning firearms I took things for granted and didn't READ THE MANUAL. The gun works great. I couldn't be happier with it. I wanted to man up to my mistake and make things right. I plan to by another NAA mini revolver very soon...

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
Remington 597 Autoloading Rifle 6581, 22 Magnum (WMR), 20", Brown Laminate Stock, Blue Finish, 8 Rds by Lee Date Added: Friday 13 January, 2012
10 This is a real sweet piece of work. I have a Simmons Whitetail scope on top, and at 100 yards it groups as tight as my Ruger 223 match rifle, or very close. It's partial to Winchester 40 gr. JHP which shoot the best for me, and I have tried many other brands. The accuracy and extra impact over a 22 LR will let you take down that slightly larger game from a greater distance with a clean kill. It's a nice, reliable gun to shoot, a major step up from the 22 LR...

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
Stoeger Condor Over/Under Shotgun ST31025, 12 Gauge, 26", 3" Chmbr, A Grade Satin Walnut Stock, Walnut Finish by jesus Date Added: Tuesday 10 January, 2012
10 Great Gun i have used it alot even with slugs and gun dont quit.beautful gun couldnt be happier!!!!

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
Winchester Supreme Rifle Ammunition SBST3030, 30-30 Winchester, Ballistic Silvertip, 150 GR, 2390 fps, 20 Rd/bx by malachi Date Added: Sunday 08 January, 2012
10 this year in maine i shot my first deer and I used this bullet. these are high grain and power. when I shot my deer I shot and it hit the deer in the feminal arterie but it was still alive and then i shot it again in the back of the head and there was a hole in its head the size of a apple but this was at lik 20 yards away soo a very great bullet. I use them for everything...

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
Smith & Wesson Sigma SW40VE Pistol 220023, 40 Smith & Wesson, 4", Polymer Grip, Stainless Slide/Black Frame, 14 Rd by Herb Date Added: Sunday 08 January, 2012
10 I'm a 64 yr old Vet who has shot guns all my life...I picked up this pistol at a local gun show...I know it doesn't look quite as smart as the SD or M&P Series of pistols, but looks can be deceiving as to performance. I have read numerous reviews about how horrendous the trigger is on this model. Yes, the trigger is longer and not as smooth as the more expensive models, but for CCW, I personally do not want a short, light pull...There are plenty of fixes on YouTube that make the trigger more tolerable or SW will do it for you if one requires it...Under rapid fire, I don't notice the trigger at all, and the gun is deadly accurate at point of aim to 20 yards and eats Hornady 165 grain Critical Defense loads flawlessly. I know this gun was one of SW answers to the Glock 23...Yes, its a bit heavier since the Mags are metal versus plastic in the Glock. But for all useful purposes in my opinion, this pistol can hold its own at a much cheaper price. I carry this piece everywhere in a Cross Breed holster and you don't notice the weight at all...Makes for a great concealed carry combo. I recommend both the pistol and the holster!..

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
Remington Buckhammer SP20LSS, 20 Gauge, 2-3/4", 1 oz, 1500 fps, Lead Slug, 5 Rd/bx by Terry Date Added: Tuesday 06 December, 2011
10 Tired of carrying that 12ga, but don't want to give up the slam factor??? Second season with the BuckHammer's, including some control shooting last summer. All totaled about a dz deer with a dz shots, I have yet to wound or lose one. This week I opened the season and Hammerized a nice doe at 35yds, down and dead in three hops, and a nice 8pt buck at 78 Nikon yds. He was spooked and running, but stopped in a herd of does. As soon as he was clear, I double lunged him with my 870 Synthetic and open sights. He was down and dead after 35-40yd run. I also nailed a nice red fox at 35-40yds, right where I was holding. Accuracy from the fully rifled barrel from a rest is in the 1"-1.5"/5 shots every time I check the sights. The price is going up :-(, but you don't need more than a box to fill a freezer...

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
Federal Premium Power Shok Rifle Ammunition 270WSME, 270 WSM, Soft Point (SP), 130 GR, 3250 fps, 20 Rd/bx by Derek Date Added: Monday 05 December, 2011
10 I shoot these through my Winchester Model 70 270WSM and they preform flawless. I shoot 1/2" groups at 100 yards with ease. They shoot fast and flat. The farthest I've had an animal run was 40 yards, but the blood trail was more than easy to find and trace. I've used them on Whitetail Deer and Hogs and I have never been disappointed. I will never shoot anything other than these through my rifle unless they discontinue them!!!..

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
Ruger LCR LG Lightweight Compact Revolver 5402, 38 Special, 1.875 in, Crimson Trace Laser Grips, Matte Black Finish, 5 Rd by andrew Date Added: Monday 05 December, 2011
10 sweet little gun. very well made. has a slight rattle in the grip. after doing research, i found out it's made that way. the trigger mechanism makes this noise, but, it has one of the smoothest trigger pulls i've ever experienced, so, i'll live with it. it does kick a bit espically with +p ammo. it's not something you are gonna shoot all day. my wife shoots it comfortabley. great pocket gun. only complaint is the rear sites are fixed and non-removeable. so, you can only upgrade the front sites. great little concealed carry gun. i carry it with a pancake holster in my pants pocket, however i am a big guy with big pockets. doubt everyone can do this...

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
Taurus PT-1911 Large Frame Pistol 1191101B1, 45 ACP, 5 in, Checkered Black Grip, Blue Finish, 8 Rd by andrew Date Added: Monday 05 December, 2011
10 my wife bought this from able ammo. i had been wanting one for a long time. she got it for my birthday. i put 500 rounds through it without a hickup. no failure to fires, or failure to ejects. felt great and was very accurate. i had 2 small issues. first one was, one of the magazines is loose in the grip and won't hold the slide open when empty. it's a problem with the clip, not the gun. i also had a slight problem field stripping it. when i tried to take the camlock off of the front, it was hard to work out and i wound up letting the spring pop out and it flew across the room. after i shot it and went to strip it again it seemed a bit easier. the problem did not affect performance. i have shot many different brands from high end to bottom feeders. this one runs with guns costing 2-3 times as much. i highly recommend it. great gun at any price...

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
HSM Cowboy Action Pistol Ammunition 45C-2, 45 Long Colt, Round Nose Flat Point Lead, 200 GR, 750 fps, 50 Rd/bx by steve Date Added: Sunday 04 December, 2011
10 I popped about 300 rounds of this stuff through my SAA revolvers. Worked fantastic in all of them! Lots of kickin' recoil and noisy as hell. I love this stuff, the price is reasonable for .45 colt. You can't go wrong here!..

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
Nikon ProStaff Rifle Scope 6722, 3-9x, 40mm, 1" Tube Dia, Matte Black, BDC Reticle by Adam Date Added: Monday 28 November, 2011
10 this is a nice scope except for one simple but extremely important feature... the turrets are terrible. i guess this goes for Nikon in general, but this is the scope i have. if you plan on sighting in your scope once and never adjusting it again, this is a great scope. crystal clear and well built. excellent glass for the price. however, after struggling with the scope sighting in for hours (a coin doesn't quite work to turn the shallow and wide turret), i contacted Nikon to see if they had a different style turret that i could replace these with. they did not. i would not recommend these scopes at all...

Rating: 3 of 5 Stars! [3 of 5 Stars!]
CCI Blazer Rimfire Ammunition 0021, 22 Long Rifle, Round Nose (RN), 40 GR, 1235 fps, 50 Rd/bx by Jack Date Added: Sunday 27 November, 2011
10 This is the only ammo that will cycle in my wife's Sig Mosquito. It was sent back to the factory when only a few months old as would stovepipe and FTE. They polished the ramp, checked the magazine and sent it back n/c both ways. This is the recommended ammo and works in all the other pistol & rifles. Can't go wrong with this. No failures of any kind after approx 3000 rnds now...

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
Radians Compact Black Earmuffs w/Adjustable Headband & Foam Filled Ear Cushions 29 dB (LS0101CS) by Keith Date Added: Sunday 27 November, 2011
10 Hmmm...not really as nice as could be. I was hoping to be able to use them with my AR-15, but they prevent a good cheekweld. To be expected I suppose with an AR, but pass on these if that's your intent, they get in the way and are annoying. For pistol use they work ok...but they really don't allow enough clearance while wearing a baseball style cap. I was hoping that they would work well with a ballcap, but the behind-the-head wire still interferes with the caps adjusting band. I havn't used them with a traditional woodstock rifle/shotgun, and they probably would not interefere with the cheekweld, but that interfereing behind the head wire would still be annoying. Biggest complaint is when adjusting the earpeice's, if you're not real careful it's easy to pull the earpeice off of the wire frame. They just come right off, and you fudge with them putting them back on. If you don't wear a ballcap, and don't ever readjust the earpeice's, you could probably deal with them. But that kind of deafeats what the design is for. Overall, they just require too much fiddling around with to make them work decently, so I'm afraid I cannot recommend them...

Rating: 2 of 5 Stars! [2 of 5 Stars!]
CCI AR Tactical Rimfire Ammunition 953, 22 Long Rifle, Copper Plated Round Nose (RN), 40 GR, 1200 fps, 375 Rd/bx by Edwin Date Added: Tuesday 22 November, 2011
10 I recently bought one box of these and two boxes of 7.62 x 39. This was bought for a well-used Ruger 10/22 that was having FTF & FTE issues with Peters ammo. I was able to sight in and shoot about 150 rounds. I had absolutely no issues. This will probably be the main ammo for this rifle as it was also accurate...

Rating: 4 of 5 Stars! [4 of 5 Stars!]
Sig P226 X-5 Pistol 226X59L1, 9mm, 5 in, Wood Grip, Stainless Finish, Adj Sights, 19 Rd by Craig Date Added: Friday 18 November, 2011
10 I have well over 50 pistols and this is probably the best 9mm semi auto pistol money can buy. It will shoot 1/2 inch or less, groups at 25 yds all day long. Nearly perfect functioning. My only complaint is that mine has an oversized magazine eject button that is easy to accidently activate when shooting with a two handed grip. the 19 round mags are great but very expensive to add to your collection...

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
Federal Premium Power Shok Rifle Ammunition 223L, 223 Remington, Jacketed Soft Point (SP), 64 GR, 3090 fps, 20 Rd/bx by Brian Date Added: Friday 18 November, 2011
10 I purchased 2 boxes of this ammunition for my AR-15 to use while deer hunting, after zeroing my scope, I went to the East Texas woods during opening weekend of general season, my 2nd morning out, I spotted a spike buck and dropped him with one round thru his heart at about 30 yds, this bullet performed wonderfully, completely severed the heart with a thru and thru shot, the buck dropped in his tracks, the next morning out, I spotted a wild hog from my treestand and at about 50 yds away, i took one shot while the hog was quartering away from me, again, this bullet performed the duties of a buzz saw and smashed thru 6 ribs and completely destroyed just about every internal organ there was, however no exit wound, the hog ran about 20 yds and dropped in its tracks, the bullet performed magnificently for a small caliber used on a decent sized hog and considering the angle of the shot, i was very impressed with the performance of the round, my third and final morning on the stand, a huge 11 point buck came down the trail, and at about 40 yards, a single shot went through both lungs of the deer, the deer traveled approximately 20 yds. and fell completely dead, the bullet entered high on the lungs and there were 3 separate exit wounds, again, i was very impressed with the performance of these .223 rounds and would recommend them for anyone hunting medium to large game with a .223...

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
Federal Premium Vital-Shok Rifle Ammunition P280A, 280 Remington, Nosler Partition, 150 GR, 2890 fps, 20 Rd/bx by James Date Added: Friday 18 November, 2011
10 Produces Sub-MOA groups out of my Browning X-Bolt. If I do my job it does its job. Quality, consistent ammo and you will not go wrong with the Nosler Partition bullet...

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
Federal Fusion Rifle Ammunition F223FS1, 223 Remington, Fusion Bullet, 62 GR, 3000 fps, 20 Rd/bx by jim Date Added: Thursday 17 November, 2011
10 Exellent load for deer. My latest was a nice 2-3 yr old 5x5 at 70 yds from my ar-15 with 16 in barrel at 1 to 9 twist with a neck shot that dropped it instantly and humanely. I have shot big game in the heart and lugs and they usually run a ways even with my 7mm mag. No complaints with the 62 grain fusion...

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
TruGlo Compact Shotgun Scope TG8504BD, 4x, 32mm Obj, 1 in Tube Dia, Matte Black, Diamond Ballistic Reticle by Stephen Date Added: Wednesday 16 November, 2011

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
American Tactical 1911 Semi-Auto Pistol 2210M1911B, 22 Long Rifle, 5 in, Black Grip, Black Finish, 10 Rd by Josh Date Added: Tuesday 15 November, 2011
10 Fresh out of the box I had cycling issues and a failure to fire on about ever third round with both CCI mini mags and Remington 525's. After about 50 rounds this way I tore the gun down, cleaned it thoroughly, and greased the slide. Since then I have cycled close to 500 rounds of many various manufacturers flawlessly. I would give this gun a perfect review, but take down is a bit of a pain. Unlike your typical 1911 there are 2 pins instead of just one, and a screw that have to be removed. Making take down impossible without the supplied tools or at least a small allen wrench. It doesn't state it in the description, but gun is actually manufactured by GSG (German Sport Guns) and imported by ATI. This gun is if very high quality for a .22 in the 1911 format. One of the big sellers for me was it had the beaver tail safety and steel magazine. It does only come with one magazine though, and extras are kind of salty ($25 - $30). All in all I would highly recommend this gun to anyone looking at getting a 1911-22, a full sized .22 pistol, or a conversion kit for their current 1911. Accuracy is superb, the rear sight is adjustable for windage, and the front blade can be changed out to any of three blades that come with the gun. Has 3 dot white sights, which are pretty easy and quick to pick up, unless there is a bright light directly on your target. Slide lock safety is ambidextrous, however the open slide lock is not, I believe the mag release can be switched to south paw as well. It is my understanding that most standard 1911 add ons can be used on this gun as well, grips, hammers, triggers, etc. I give this gun a 9 out of 10, loss of 1 only because of the take down issue, and I believe this is an excellent purchase for the price. Sorry the review is so lengthy, but I wanted to make sure I covered everything and I hope this helps you make a decision if you are currently debating this purchase...

Rating: 4 of 5 Stars! [4 of 5 Stars!]
Sierra BlitzKing Spitzer 22 Caliber 55 Grain 100/Box (1455), Not Loaded by Jon Date Added: Monday 14 November, 2011
10 I highly recommend this bullet. It works absolutely perfect in my Weatherby in a 22-250. In a three shot group, they're all touching at 100 yards. I have shot other bullets of the same weight but none have given me the accuracy and performance this round does. There is no running off with this round either, I would guess this is due to the ballistic tip. It's quite devastating. Even on a shot placed in the ear of hogs, they don't run off...

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
Allen 108020 19x14x8 All Weather Black Gun Case by Bret Date Added: Saturday 12 November, 2011
10 I have always been a fan of heavy built aluminum or metal gun cases for travel. This is my first plastic case and I got it to house my HK and Freedom Arms pistols for air travel. I would not scrimp on a case for these guns. This case is well built. The foam is scored so it can be pulled apart so that a gun can be fitted into a pocket for greater protection. There are two latches on the front (opposite the hinge) and a latch on each side. It seals up nice. If you don't plan to create a pocket for your guns, you will want to put some extra foam around the firearm so it doesn't slide down with the throwing around it will get in baggage, but that's any case. This is a very nice case for the money. As good or better than the other brands of heavy duty plastic cases available...

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
Charter Bulldog Tiger Strips Revolver 24420, 44 Special, 2.5 in, Black Rubber Grip, Stainless Black Stripe Finish, Fixed Sights, 5 Rd by denny Date Added: Thursday 10 November, 2011
10 I bought this and have taken it a few times to the range. this gun is a hoot to shoot. i was surprised by the recoil being easier on my wrist than i expected. i own glocks, rugers, smiths, t/c's etc...........big bores and found this to be a fun gun to shoot. i bought a nice leather holster and cc with it. for the price you just cant beat it. buying my wife a 38. look gang, mine is a 44 special and weighs only 21 oz.........the 38 i'm buying weighs 12 oz.......just great deals and good shooters. try one, you wont be sorry.........100% made in the usa also..

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
Fiocchi Shooting Dynamics Pistol Ammunition 32AP, 7.65 Browning (32 ACP), Full Metal Jacket (FMJ), 73 GR, 1000 fps, 50 Rd/bx by DAVID Date Added: Sunday 06 November, 2011
10 This ammo works extremely well in my Bersa T32DT 32 acp. No misfires or hangups so far after 250 rounds. Very clean buring and easy to clean after a day at the range. Pretty hot and does hit harder than most American rounds I have fired. The Bersa seems to like this round much better than Federal or Remington. Would recommend this round. Beretta Tomcat 32 is not made to handle this round as too much velocity and may crack frame with extended usage so would only fire this out of other newer frames. (This info taken from various Gun sites and Beretta site.) Will buy more...

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
Bersa Thunder 32 Pistol T32DT, 32 ACP, 3.5 in, Polymer Grip, Dual-Tone Finish, 7 Rd by DAVID Date Added: Sunday 06 November, 2011
10 Bought this a few weeks ago for my wife as she is very sensitive to recoil. Best surprise was to find that while shown as having a 7 round magazine, it comes with a 10 round one. Ordered a second magazine from the distributor and again another 10 round came. The recoil on this handgun is about the same as my 22 mag revolver. The weight is very well balanced. It seems not to like Federal ammo but loves Fiocchi 73 gr FMJ. Have shot over 250 rounds so far with no jams. Called Bersa USA and they recommend hotter rounds. Very accurate. Much better than 22lr or 25acp for anyone who can't handle due to arthritis or whatever, the recoil. Bersa breaks down very simply and a breeze to clean and reassemble. Well pleased and may get a second one...

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
Ruger 10/22 Tapco Rifle 1284, 22 Long Rifle, 18.5 in, Tapco Stock, Black Finish, 25 Rd by Ben Date Added: Saturday 05 November, 2011
10 this is a realy good rifle for the price. the stock clip hasnt jammed once and ive fired about 200 rounds through it, gun comes with two stocks. straight back as shown in the picture and one angled down so you can use the iron sights on the gun that the rear sight folds up and down...

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
Federal Power Shok Sabot Slugs F127SS2, 12 Gauge, 2-3/4", 1 oz, 1500 fps, Sabot Slug, 5 Rd/bx by Doug Date Added: Thursday 03 November, 2011
10 One word for these slugs.... AWESOME!!!!! I shot a deer at 70 yards and found the bullet,,,,complete mushroom,almost 100 percent weight retension.....AWESOME!!!!..

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
Fiocchi Rifle Ammunition 223HVB50, 223 Remington, Hornady V-Max Polymer Tip, 40 GR, 3650 fps, 50 Rd/bx by justin Date Added: Saturday 29 October, 2011
10 Ive been look for good accurate and affordable ammo for a while and this stuff turned out to be great! I shoot both the 40 and 50gr V-Max through my 700 VTR and love it. Getting approximately 1/2" groups at 100yds and approximately 1" groups at 200yds...

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
PMC X-Tac Rifle Ammunition 556K, 5.56MM NATO, Light Armor Piercing, 62 GR, 3100 fps, 20 Rd/bx by Raymond Date Added: Wednesday 26 October, 2011
10 Fired several hundred of these rounds through a DPMS AR and a Spikes Tactical AR, both 16" and 1:7 twist. No jams, or misfires of any kind. Accurate and seems to hit hard. Mostly closer shooting, up to 40 yards, every shot hitting within 8" Target. Much of it rapid fire, on the move, and quick mag changes. This ammo is my most used in 5.56...

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
PMC Bronze Line Rifle Ammunition 223A, 223 Remington, FMJ Boat-Tail, 55 GR, 3200 fps, 20 Rd/bx by Travis Date Added: Monday 24 October, 2011
10 I bought 1000 rounds of this and I went to the range the other day and shot off 600 rounds of it. I had no problems at all. I would recommend this if you want to just go shoot at the gun range to have fun. Thats what i do. But yeah for sure buy some and try it out and if its for you then get more because this is an amazing price!!!!!! I suggest buying in bulk to get a little bit in saving. Every bit adds up. Have fun and shoot safe!..

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
Colt Defender Pistol O7000D, 45 ACP, 3", Rubber Wrap Around Grip, Brushed Stainless Finish, 7 Rd by Michael Date Added: Wednesday 12 October, 2011
10 Excellent firearm! Received and shot the firearm today, it's a Colt so it's exactly what I expected! Very high quality, accurate and no issues after 100 rounds. Definitely tight and needs some break in but thats to be expected. This firearm was my first purchase with Able's and I couldn't be happier! Great customer service, prompt shipping and firearm arrived as expected!..

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
Ruger M77 Mark II Target Rifle 17978, 25-06 Remington, 26 in, Black Laminate Stock, Stainless Steel Finish by bob Date Added: Tuesday 11 October, 2011
10 how does .4" groups @ 300 yds. sound ? i've done it a few times w/ my M77 MKII in 25-06. 54.2 grs RE22, rem 9 1/2 standard primers ,sierra 100 gr MATCHKINGS HPBT & R-P brass. scope is bushnell 6-24 X 40. it's a heavy but very stable rifle & the target trigger helps a lot....wish they came on all guns. another great product by RUGER. thanks..

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
Ruger M77 Hawkeye Predator Bolt Action Rifle HKM77R-Z 17123, 204 Ruger, 24 in, Green/Brown Lam Stock, Matte Stainless Finish, 5 Rds by bob Date Added: Tuesday 11 October, 2011
10 i love everything about my .204 predator. the laminated stock is not only strong the color scheme beautiful, checkering sharp & slim enough. the target trigger ( 2 stage ) & 24" barrel (stainless ) makes a very accurate caliber even better. ruger got EVERYTHING right on this model. this rifle shoots like a target gun ( yet light enough to carry all day ) and shoots .25" groups w/ handloads consistently. the price is also light for all of its features....can't get much better, in fact you WON'T get any better in a predator rifle !! thanks RUGER...

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
Hornady Critical Defense Pistol Ammunition 91340, 40 Smith & Wesson, Flex Tip eXpanding (FTX), 165 GR, 1175 fps, 20 Rd/bx by Herb Date Added: Friday 07 October, 2011
10 Excellent ammo at a value price...As a MO CCW holder I have trusted Hornady Critical Defense ammo in my .40 cal Smith and Wesson auto and Kel Tec 9mm and .380 carry weapons...It runs flawlessly in every one! You can buy more expensive ammo but I doubt it will be any more effective that the Hornady FTX bullet!..

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
Hevishot Duck Shotshells 41007, 410 Gauge, 3 in, 1/2 oz, 1250 fps, #7 Hevi-Shot, 10 Rd/bx by Trevor Date Added: Thursday 06 October, 2011
10 My nephew got to take his first greenhead with these! If you're looking for a 410 waterfowl load look no futher! These are some great little shells!..

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
Hevishot Duck Shotshells 42024, 20 Gauge, 3 in, 1-1/4 oz, 1250 fps, #4 Hevi-Shot , 10 Rd/bx by Trevor Date Added: Thursday 06 October, 2011
10 Great shell! Produces a great pattern out of my Browning Maxus.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
Hevishot Dead Coyote Shotshells 43030, 12 Gauge, 3", 1-1/2 oz, 1300 fps, #T Hevi-Shot, 10 Rd/bx by Trevor Date Added: Thursday 06 October, 2011
10 I do a little predator hunting in the late winter and normally use 00 Buck shot but last year I got a box of Dead Coyote T's to try and it offically will be the only predetor shotgun load that I will use from now on! Smoke a coyote at 63 yrds! He never knew what hit him!..

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
Hevishot Hevi-Metal Waterfowl Shotshells 30002, 12 Gauge, 3 in, 1-1/4 oz, 1500 fps, #2 Hevi Metal Shot, 25 Rd/bx by Trevor Date Added: Thursday 06 October, 2011
10 Hevi Metal is one of the best waterfowl loads I have ever used! Hevishot has been making quality products for several years now and this is just another tribute to their quality workmanship! I will have some in my blind bag again this year!..

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
Rossi Single-Shot Youth Shotgun S411220YS, 410 Gauge, 22 in, 3 in Chmbr, Black Synthetic Stock, Blue Finish by Gary Date Added: Thursday 29 September, 2011
10 I have shot 410 shotguns before and generally they have almost no recoil, but due to the Rossi Youth Shotgun's light weight and minimal recoil pad, this shotgun kicks fairly hard. It isn't 12 gauge 00 Buck hard, but you can definately feel it. Not a big deal for me, but can still be intimidating for the kids, even with an aftermarket recoil pad. The Rossi seems as cheaply made as possible and barrel gets hot after a few shots (no heat shield here), but it has worked reliably. It has a safety, which might be overkill for a single shot shotgun, but that is something the H&R single shot lacks. The trigger isn't bad and it seems fairly accurate. That recoil, though--my kid went back to his .22 rifle, the Rossi's kick was enough to dissuade him from shotguns for the moment...

Rating: 2 of 5 Stars! [2 of 5 Stars!]
Hornady SST Shotgun Slugs 86232, 20 Gauge, 2-3/4", 250 grains, 1800 fps, SST Slug, 5 Rd/bx by Josh Date Added: Tuesday 27 September, 2011
10 Hornady sst 20 ga slugs are the best. Shot 3 deer with them in my mossberg 500c, works great. Shot the second buck which was quatering to me shot hit the lungs, spine ,and pelvis bone and killed instantly. These are just the best slugs...

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
Bushmaster Carbon 15 Carbine w/Bushnell Red Dot Sight 90689, 223 Remington/5.56 Nato, 16 in, Synthentic Stock, Black Finish, 30 Rd by ryan Date Added: Tuesday 27 September, 2011
10 I have put around 500 rounds through mine and it is still shooting beautifully even with cheap ammo. The only problem with this gun is that the metal magazines do not work, its almost like they get stuck and they won't click into place also producing feeding problems. I bought polymer magazines and the work perfect, they were made for this gun. For the price and polymer magazines you can't go wrong...

Rating: 4 of 5 Stars! [4 of 5 Stars!]
Remington Rifle Ammuntion R223R1, 223 Remington, Pointed Soft Point (SP), 55 GR, 3240 fps, 20 Rd/bx by charles Date Added: Monday 26 September, 2011
10 Bought this ammo for a hunt in south Florida. We were on a cull hunt for Axis doe and I opted to take the Remington 700 adl in .223. The deer were from 70-90 lbs that were to be taken from the herd and shots could range to 200 yds.The ammunition performed wonderful. Had the rifle sighted dead on at 100 and ended up taking 3 doe with 3 shots. The shots were 120 yds, 145 yds and 185. 2 were heart/lung and 1 neck. 120 was the neck shot and the deer went down immediatly. The other 2 ,145 and 185, did not exit but both fell within 10 yds. Tiny entrance hole, went through both lungs and recoverd both bullets in the body cavity. It did exactly what I wanted. No meat damage and good accuracy...

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
Ruger KP345PR Centerfire Pistol 6645, 45 ACP, 4 1/4 in, Check Polymer Grip, Stainless Slide/Black Frame, 8 Rd by Paul Date Added: Sunday 18 September, 2011
10 I've had my P345 going on 2 years and have fired thousands of rounds through it. It's a very well made reliable firearm. I've never had any problems with mine. I did notice it doesn't seem to like Winchester T-Series, 230 grn. +P ammo but it feeds fine with Black Hills, 185 grain +P loaded with the Barnes TAC-XP. It does fine with all hard ball ammo. It's just a good all around pistol and USA made. One improvement Ruger could make: the trigger pull is rather long...

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
NcStar Dual Illuminated Multi-Reticle System D4RGB, 1x, 24X34MM Screen, Black, 3 M.O.A. Dot by Larry Date Added: Friday 16 September, 2011
10 Let's be realistic. At this price you don't get a rugged Mil-Spec device like Aimpoint, etc. Design Flaws: 1. The front of the unit is supported by two pieces of glued on rubber between it and the base. 2. Not sure what the locking screws accomplish as you can adjust windage and elev. when locked down. 3. When you move your head, the dot moves. It is worse with elevation vs windage parallax. Poorly ground glass. 4. The glue and fit of the lens to the lens shroud is poor and the lens is likely to fall out if unit is dropped. 5. Does not hold zero when a different reticle style is selected. I mounted this device on a Ruger 22/45 and it held zero for a 200 rnd session at the indoor range. The jury is still out as to whether this unit will stay zeroed under adverse weather and normal treatment. If it retains zero on the selected reticle, then I'd have to recommend it because of cost...

Rating: 3 of 5 Stars! [3 of 5 Stars!]
Fiocchi Extrema Handgun Ammunition 32XTP, 32 ACP (7.65 Browning), XTP Hollow Point (HP), 60 GR, 1000 fps, 50 Rd/bx by James Date Added: Saturday 10 September, 2011
10 As much as I usually like Fiocchi ammunition, I would have to give this a big "thumbs-down". EVERY round wanted to hang in the chamber of my Beretta Tomcat. I even tried removing unfired rounds (just as an experiment) and had to dig them out! Very disappointing...

Rating: 1 of 5 Stars! [1 of 5 Stars!]
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