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Discussion in 'Ammo & Reloading' started by Okie1907, May 9, 2016.
My kids got me some of the 357 for my bday. Might try it out tomorrow.
I shoot Perfecta .308 through my AR10 and get about 1.0-1.25 MOA accuracy out of it. At ~$0.60/round, it's tough to beat. Also, as mentioned earlier, Perfecta brass is awesome for reloading!
I bought some Perfecta 357 on clearance and its been good stuff so far.
An interesting observation...I was prepping some of the brass for reloading and its primer pockets were CRAZY clean...like NO residue at all inside them. Idunno what kind of primers they use or how that happens, but it was nice for reloading.
I have seen Perfecta flash holes punched off center so if your depriming and something dont feel right you might look or throw it away. Of course I just found a 300 Blackout remington brass the other day and the flash hole was way off.
Might be a little old but I just shot some 357 158gr through my 686. It was able to hold about 1/2 inch at 15 yards. I'm very pleased with it
I guess it's about as good as the cheap stuff one can get from places like Freedom Munitions. Price boils down to about the same with either, so if Wally has the Perfecta in my calibers, I'll buy it and shoot it up.
I think it is actually produced by Fiocci.
Read that somewhere on the net.
I've had problems with it cycling a Glock 19. I won't buy it anymore.
found three boxes of 150 gr 308 on clearance at wally world for $7 a box! going to run some through my bolt guns and the ar10 this afternoon
My ar15s love this stuff. I've ran 9 and 40 also with 0 issues.