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    I buy that regularly and it is really good.

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    My go to practice and training ammo. Good to go.
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    Only drawback is that the primer are crimped and the crimp must be reamed or swaged out before reloading.

    I have a primer pocket swager but I don't bother with these cases because I already have piles of nine that don't have the crimp. I just decap 'em and put 'em in the scrap bucket.

    But again, I depend on Q4318 to stay alive in the big city. Good stuff.

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    I love 9mm NATO. It's always worked for me and it's my favorite range round. I buy it whenever I can.
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    0 issues through a couple thousand rounds, almost all in competition, winning several. I do not notice any difference in recoil, but I am 64 and 285lbs, with XL hands.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CPM View Post
    0 issues through a couple thousand rounds, almost all in competition, winning several. I do not notice any difference in recoil, but I am 6’4” and 285lbs, with XL hands.

    I'm 5'10" 180 pounds, with at least XL hands, more likely XXL. Q4318 recoil is just a tad snappier than SAAMI spec feels like. It's confidence-inspiring, but won't slow your shooting down.

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    [QUOTE=Uni-Vibe;2666722]Only drawback is that the primer are crimped and the crimp must be reamed or swaged out before reloading.

    I have a primer pocket swager but I don't bother with these cases because I already have piles of nine that don't have the crimp. I just decap 'em and put 'em in the scrap bucket

    How does this compare to the MEN 124 gr nato?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pi3 View Post
    How does this compare to the MEN 124 gr nato?
    I believe the Winchester is "hotter" as in its American Nato spec which is similar in pressure to +P ammo. The MEN is European Nato Spec, which is a lower pressure, though not as low as say Blazer 115gr. I have shot quite a bit of the MEN 124gr Nato, including through a comp'd G19 and it runs ok. Blazer, as a comparison would cause failures to eject (stovepipes) and failures to feed. The MEN is very good ammo IMO.
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    [QUOTE=Pi3;2667680]
    Quote Originally Posted by Uni-Vibe View Post
    Only drawback is that the primer are crimped and the crimp must be reamed or swaged out before reloading.

    I have a primer pocket swager but I don't bother with these cases because I already have piles of nine that don't have the crimp. I just decap 'em and put 'em in the scrap bucket

    How does this compare to the MEN 124 gr nato?
    The MEN cases I've seen are not crimped.

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    [QUOTE=Uni-Vibe;2667688]
    Quote Originally Posted by Pi3 View Post

    The MEN cases I've seen are not crimped.
    Not crimped, though looks like they are lacquer sealed

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