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Old October 16, 2012, 09:47 AM   #2
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I bought a few hundred Remington blems one time at a gun show, and they looked like they had fallen off a truck and were scraped off the pavement with a scoop-shovel. They has dings and scrape marks all over them, and lots of battered noses. I used them up on the silhouette range, and they worked as well as anything else I had been shooting. I only fired a few at a 200 yard target to check zero, and they grouped ok. The rest worked as well as I can hold off-hand. I doubt you will notice any real difference.
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