Thursday, September 24, 2009

Reloads

Georgia-Arms reloads. Yes/no? I'm a bit hesitant to buy reloads but the Speer Frangible stuff I have is pain to clean. It leaves what looks like sand in my P229R. The price for the GA reloads and the factory new Speer Frangible is about the same.

8 comments:

Robb Allen said...

GA stuff is good. I've used them from time to time with no issues.

Weer'd Beard said...

I'll buy any reloads (or "remanufactured" as they call the pro stuff) from a pro outfit. They have their name, and their pocketbooks to account for the reload quality.

Frankly I trust that stuff more than my own reloads.

Jeff the Baptist said...

Does Ultramax count as a pro outfit? Because that stuff is so dirty I thought I was shooting black powder out of my .45.

But everything I've heard about GA has been good.

UCSitizen said...

I'm a G-A Customer - no complaints from me!

chris said...

GA comes to the gun shows here in NC all the time. Everyone i know that has used em loved em.

mike's spot said...

I've heard good things from them. Those commercial operations I think only differ from factory new stuff insofar as they just reuse brass instead of factory fresh

Mike W. said...

Heh, figures Georgia Arms is now sold out of 357SIG Canned Heat.

Andrew said...

GA sells quality ammo. Prices have been going up, but they are still cheaper than others.