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Do you consider this quality ammo? I need to buy a couple cases of 124 grain 9mm to just save. This is one of the lower priced 124 grain but if it's bottom of the barrel quality I'll pay a little more for better.


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I've worked through a couple of cases of it over the past year at work. It's not my first choice, but I can't say that we've had any significant quality issues with it, either. If it's going to save you a good chuck of change over other options, I'd be just fine buying it.
 
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I haven’t shot that loading in years (only found in gun shows locally) but it was never bottom tier quality. A Pretty decent and reliable loading if memory serves.
 
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I’ve shot a couple thousand rounds of it and have no complaints. I’ve shot a ton of Magtech .38 special and like it too.




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I've shot a bunch of Magtech and had no issues. Just general target shooting/practice, so I can't speak to it's precision, but was always reliable and relatively clean.
 
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I've shot several cases of it with no issue.
 
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Shot it a lot. Same parent as S&B. No issues.
 
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Love Magtech ammo. Have shot a bunch of 115g and 124g. CZ, Sig, Beretta all eat it up.
 
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Prefer S&B for usually the same price, but never had an issue with Magtech.
 
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I’ve not shot any 9MM. But I have been through a couple cases of 45acp and 357 magnum. No issues with either of those calibers.
 
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Magtech makes great stuff. It’s good to go stuff.


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I've shot a lot Magtech 124 gr 9mm and never ran into problems.


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Last 4-5 years I've shot plenty of Magtech 124 GR 9mm, no problems. Shot their 380ACP too, I like it fine.
 
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I've shot a bunch of Magtech, always went "bang" for me, and pretty much made a hole where I was pointing the pistol.

It's quality ammo. Not Black Hills quality, and on the other side, not as dirty as Winchester white box.


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I also never had a problem. I still have some left but not much.
 
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Sounds like everyone has positive experiences with it. Great. I'm going to get it next paycheck. Thanks for your input!


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SG Ammo has it for $369/1000 rd case and ships free.
 
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I prefer Magtech 9mm to CCI Blaser and Winchester white box.
 
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Great stuff , never a problem !
 
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Prefer S&B for usually the same price, but never had an issue with Magtech.


Same experience here. I find S&B to be a little more accurate, but both brands are good quality.


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