Browning Ammunition

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    I recently read about Browning's latest foray into their own branded ammo. It's a collaboration with Winchester. They are covering rimfire, centerfire in many pistol rounds, shotgun and some rifle rounds.

    One of the better local gun shops here in STL is having a big Walther Sales day this weekend and I see that they are running specials on new Browning centerfire rounds as well. The only advertised price they have in the newspaper is 9mm in 115gr FMJ, 50 rds at $10.99/box

    I will be picking some up and let you guys know what I think.
     
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    I don't buy 20 or 25 round boxes of HPs unless it's just stupid cheap and generally avoid stuff like this but I guess it's always better to have new ammo coming out than the alternative.
     
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    I'm very much the same way, and have stuck with the 50rnd winchester ranger white box 40sw 180 jhp bonded for years. Hard to beat $25/50rnd with the SXT bullet(upgraded non-coated Black talon), for my 10mm I've had to buy some 25rnd boxes but the supply of 50rnd offering is starting to increase.
     
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    I'm a fan of HSTs and Gold Dots and fortunately my LGS is good about having them in my preferred 124+P and 147 grain weights. I also order decent quantities online from time to time when possible.

    I believe the last time I bought small boxes (other than the Golden Sabers Remington ran a deal on semi-recently) was when Winchester released the PDX loads and I had a credit at Cabelas, which had to be ten years ago or so.
     

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