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ZeroTA

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FS: Hornady 00 and Gold Dot 9mm (IL)
« on: November 28, 2008, 10:34:55 pm »
ALL SOLD

45 rounds of Hornady 00 Light Magnum. $50 shipped.

250 rounds of Speer Gold Dot 9mm+p 124 gr. Packed loose but this is factory ammo,not reloads. In the spirit of fairness I must disclose that the original box said "Practice ammo,not for LE use". Why,I could not tell you. I've shot another 250 rounds with no problems. Anyway, $160 $120 shipped.



« Last Edit: March 02, 2009, 09:07:51 pm by ZeroTA »
I'm not saying you should use an M1A for home defense, but I'm also not saying you shouldn't.

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    Re: FS: Hornady 00 and Gold Dot 9mm (IL)
    « Reply #1 on: November 30, 2008, 12:44:34 pm »
    Found this on THR, if somebody knows more lemme know. Price dropped accordingly. But I've fired 250 rounds through a Beretta,Sig,and Glock with no problems whatsoever.
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    The 124-gr Gold Dot ammo that was marked "Not For Law Enforcement Use" was accidentally loaded with military-grade primers which were harder than commercial-grade primers. There was some concern that some police and civilian handguns which might have been 'tuned' for lighter trigger pulls may experience light firing pin strikes and misfires.The ammo in question was part of a huge law enforcement contract for several police agencies within the United States. When it was discovered that the primers used were not within the contact specifications, the entire production run was disqualified.The concern was the hard primers only. Not squib loads, not under-charged powder measures, not defective bullets, and not primers that would not detonate. There was a concern that it would perhaps require a firm firing pin strike to set them off. That's all.For the most part, most modern (re: STOCK) high quality 9mm semi-automatic pistols will have no problems detonating these primers.
    I'm not saying you should use an M1A for home defense, but I'm also not saying you shouldn't.

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    Re: FS: Hornady 00 and Gold Dot 9mm (IL)
    « Reply #2 on: December 03, 2008, 10:18:37 pm »
    $100 for the Gold Dots,anybody? Or I'll trade for AR mags.
    I'm not saying you should use an M1A for home defense, but I'm also not saying you shouldn't.

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    Re: FS: Hornady 00 and Gold Dot 9mm (IL)
    « Reply #3 on: February 18, 2009, 06:17:31 pm »
    have you had any luck selling these items? also how would you propose to deal with pay terms?

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