from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Informal Ammunition.
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- n. Short form of ammunition.
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- n. projectiles to be fired from a gun
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If your bargain ammo is shooting straight and dropping game with aplomb, say so.
The .270 Win ammo is probably a little cheaper and more widely available in out of the way places.
To me any improvement in ammo is interesting and us so-called hunters need all the help we can use.
After spending 5-7K for a Rocky Mtn hunt, the ammo is the most important item you will use, as you mostly get only one shot at a TROPHY.
I am not amongst the fortunate people who get to do so much waterfowl hunting that the cost of the ammo is a big concern.
If the ammo is the same load this would be the first place to look.
Yes | No | Report from kolbster wrote 14 hours 48 min ago go with the 223 the ammo is about the same. you get a whole lot more bang for your buck, you can shoot bigger things, farther out there. and you can reload the brass.
Problem Your ammo is almost, but not quite, right for your gun.
Problem: Your ammo is almost, but not quite, right for your gun.
But they aren't laying around loaded and ready to go – they are locked up, not loaded, and the ammo is stored elsewhere.