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Just when you think it's over, WWB and Julie Goloski

This is a discussion on Just when you think it's over, WWB and Julie Goloski within the Defensive Ammunition & Ballistics forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I like WWB as well but I did notice that when firing at loooong range, just for fun, that the impacts point would be yards ...

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    I like WWB as well but I did notice that when firing at loooong range, just for fun, that the impacts point would be yards apart at times.

    And Big E if your finds out you were eyeballing Julie she will make you go hang gliding?

    I'm not sure I understand that.


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    Before I started reloading I always went to Wal Mart for white box. Then I found out that CCI Brass was cheaper and worked better for me. White box .45 did not always function in my moon clips.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BIG E View Post
    I could care less about the ammo.

    I checked out her site and I am in love!

    Don't tell my wife! or i'll end up in the
    You'll end up in the hang glider? Wow, you've got some odd punishments in your house!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Janq View Post
    Agreed.

    I've been shooting WWB for ~5 yrs. now and it's my primary training round. In all that time I've had one dud. One.
    There is nothing wrong with WWB and it is accurate as my hand will allow.

    - Janq
    Agree again, ive shot tons of the stuff, and while its a bit dirty ive never had any problems. Its good range ammo.
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    She doesn't list Winchester as a Sponsor. She does have a shop sponsoring her who most likely provides her Ammo for her.

    I have not had a problem with any WWB.

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    Sometimes buying ammo at the match location is easier than flying with your own. Just a thought.

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