Fiocchi Ammo???

This is a discussion on Fiocchi Ammo??? within the Defensive Ammunition & Ballistics forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I'll check, but I think we have a facility for fiocchi here in springfield, mo. I've never tried the ammo, but you guys are making ...

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    I'll check, but I think we have a facility for fiocchi here in springfield, mo. I've never tried the ammo, but you guys are making it sound like good stuff.

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    I've been happy with several thousand rounds of 9mm and .45acp through several different guns.

    The .45 loads are pretty dirty.
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    I've used various calibers (and shot gun loads) of Fiocchi, none has ever given me problems...my $.02...
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    I've shot some of their .357 mag FMJ loads. They are just as accurate as everything else and usually a few dollars cheaper. Unlike most cheap/bargan ammo it burns clean.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sgtD View Post
    .....IIRC, it's made somewhere overseas, but I could be wrong.
    Their headquarters is in Lecco, Italy along with manufacturing.

    They have two locations in the US; Missouri, which is their US corporate headquarters and manufacturing, and in NV, which is their Western Sales Office.

    They also have a presence in Hungary and Great Britain.
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    The 00 Buck rounds I bought were Proudly Made in the USA. MO to be exact.
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    Cool

    I shoot it in my KT p32. Never a hic-up.

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    Does anybody use flat points?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Patti View Post
    Does anybody use flat points?
    Im not sure as Ive never thought about it but ALL of the ammo I buy in .40 the noses are flat.
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    Fiocci always shoots well. Hard to think of it as a bargin brand.
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    I have shot 250 of these out of my XD 9mm with no issues at all. Good ammo.

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    I've been using it lately. Flat nosed, hotter than normal, feeds great.

    Makes a nice round hole in the paper every time.

    Good stuff.

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