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Walmart has lots of winchester value 100 count boxes.I have heard they put out lesser grade ammo in that platform. It's cheap and I wanted to bulk up my range supply. Any input is needed.
 

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Never had any problems with it other than being dirty, but when I'm saving $ at the range I'll deal with some extra cleaning later.
 

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Walmart has lots of winchester value 100 count boxes.I have heard they put out lesser grade ammo in that platform. It's cheap and I wanted to bulk up my range supply. Any input is needed.
I bought the 100 .40 cal HP's no sweat here.
 

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Hi kulok. I'm sure someone will be along shortly to help you with your question. I'm moving the thread to the Ammo & Reloading question so you can get the answers you need.
 

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Thanks my phone only let's me start threads but I can't pick where they go. Oh and it a 40.
 

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Thanks my phone only let's me start threads but I can't pick where they go. Oh and it a 40.
No problem. Glad to help.
 

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Ive shot the regular white box as well as the 100 round "value packs" in a couple of calibers and never had a problem.
 

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I use WWB 100s often in my G19. I found the Federal Champion at Walmart to be a little cheaper and a lot cleaner. But, as someone on the forum once pointed out... If you are going to clean your Glock regularly, does it really matter if it's dirty ammo? I say go for it... If the Federal is cheaper, or actually in stock, I highly recommend it...
 
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