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Old May 24, 2002, 12:50 PM   #1
ACP230
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Olympic 9mm In Subgun

I took a 50 round box of Olympic 9mm 124 grain ammo to the range yesterday and shot it through a Madsen M50. There were no jams, no failures to feed, and it was accurate at the short range I was firing from.
I have seen some complaints about this ammo in subguns but it worked perfectly in mine. It also worked perfrectly in a FM High Power and a 9mm Colt Combat Commander.
It is the cheapest brass-cased, boxer-primed 9mm on the market now. I may buy some more.
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