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I have been looking at Chesapeake NiPac 9x19 ammunition and found it for sale online for $200 shipped from unammo.com .

https://chescart.com/product_family/nipac/

Has anyone used this that can provide a review? I saw where a large training firm will not allow this in their class due to supposed catastrophic failures...

So not sure if there are issues...
 
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A case of 1,000 for $200 isn't anything special. SGA and Palmetto have been offering such deals for months, with ammo that is well known and well tested.

Why consider an unknown, with a bold letter ban from Front Sight?
 
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Picked up a thousand rounds locally, shot a box, seems pretty accurate and clean. No squibs or signs of overpressure. To tell the truth, it was an inexpensive 124 grain an I wanted to check out the tech.
 
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I wanted to try the new tech casings as well. 1000 unfired shellshock casings run $100 plus shipping, so $200 for 1000 loaded seemed like a decent deal. Thought of buying the new reloading dies and reloading them if he cases worked well.
 
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I have a question about this: Their web page specifies this as "Training and Range Ammunition." It is +P. Do most people use +P for training and range?



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A case of 1,000 for $200 isn't anything special. SGA and Palmetto have been offering such deals for months, with ammo that is well known and well tested.

Why consider an unknown, with a bold letter ban from Front Sight?


This...1000 rounds of 9MM for under two bills shipped from TargetSports...

https://www.targetsportsusa.co...ket-5200-p-1008.aspx


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Good price on the Blazer shipped.
 
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V-Tail - to answer your question, I have only seen +p type ammunition used for training when an agency is trying to match their duty/carry loads with something of similar power for training without the expense of the HP projectile.
 
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V-Tail - to answer your question, I have only seen +p type ammunition used for training when an agency is trying to match their duty/carry loads with something of similar power for training without the expense of the HP projectile.
OK, that makes sense.

I have a question for you re your forum name. Email OK?



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V-Tail - sure thing, email works
 
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V-Tail - sure thing, email works
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