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Buffalo Bore Ammunition

Has anyone tried this? It's a bit pricey but looks very good for SD situations.
I'm thinking about trying this out with my G26 and EAA .357 mag.
Probably go with the "tactical" .357 (reduced flash/recoil)
Need to wait a few weeks till the budget loosens up again, though.

Edit: Oh, they seem to have .380 ammo now too.
 

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yea...they have had .380 the most of the whole time....or advertised they did anyway, I posted in another thread that they had ammo in stock. Have a freind at work that buys it, he said he has no problems with it.....shoots well. He hunts with it anyway........ my .02.......
 

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Buffalobore ammo is extremely high quality ammo but, it is a tad bit pricey.
Buffalobore .380 & also the .380 offerings by Speer are probably the most effective .380 available.
 

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Pricey...I carry it in my Sig. 232 and in my Para .45 CCW.
 

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I have it for SD in .45 and can report no trouble.
 

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From a previous post.
Model 49 & 442:
Buffalo Bore Standard Pressure 158's.
Product Line Listing
Model 640 (38):
First 2 are BB Standard Pressure 158's
Last 3 are BB 158 +P's.
Model 340 PD:
Buffalo Bore 125 +P's.
Speed 6 2 & 3/4 inch 357:
BB 158 +P's.
 

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Just be sure your gun is rated for the pressure. Note that there is no SAAMI spec for "+P" .380 ammo. The Ruger LCP, for example, cannot use overpressure .380 ammo safely.:nono:
 
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