Aguila ammo

This is a discussion on Aguila ammo within the General Firearm Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; anyone familiar or has used Agulia Ammo? I have a chance to buy some 9mm at a good price but have never heard of this ...

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    Aguila ammo

    anyone familiar or has used Agulia Ammo? I have a chance to buy some 9mm at a good price but have never heard of this manufacture I believe it is made in Mexico.

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    It's good stuff. .. I've used the 9mm and it functions fine in my guns
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    Made in Mexico. CMP sells it for their shooting programs, it is a decent ammo for a decent price. They were buying truck loads of 22 LR and 30 Carbine.
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    I've used it in 9mm and 38 sp. Better than most "cheap" ammo. Full power loads, not hot but certainly not mild either.
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    I've shot a lot of Aguila .45 ACP FMJ. It's good stuff.

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    They even have a fast .22 that beats all others; even CCI. Have not had any trouble with any I've shot.
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    I've used it, does great. Their 22 rimfire stuff smells funny, but it goes bang when it's suppose to.
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    The 9mm stuff seems to work fine - haven't used any other cals.
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    I've fired several boxes of the 9mm, fmj and jhp. Feeds great thru everything I've tried it in, accurate too.

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    I've shot both .38 special and .357 mag. Decent range ammo. Maybe a little dirty. Had two squibs out of 100.

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    Yep it's made down there. About the only good thing I have to say about Mexico is this ammo maker. Check out their mini 12G rounds. They also make a 54Gr sniper round for 22. Buy it if you can. It's good ammo.
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    I like the Aguila ammo. I've only bought and used their 22LR offerings, but if that's any indication, it is good quality and performs very well.
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    Their 9mm is good to go........
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    I'll second the others.

    Good stuff, and I've used it in .22, 9mm and .45

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    Been using their 45 colt 200 gr for cowboy action.... I reckon it works well.
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