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    Marksman

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    True Velocity Polymer Cased Ammo

    I find this very interesting and hope it is successful. Brass and Copper are the most expensive parts of Ammo. I do not think this ammo would store long term but would be great for the everyday shooter if it takes off and drives prices down.

    https://www.tvammo.com/

    Military is testing this Ammo right now because it reduce Ammo weight significantly.


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    Interesting but at almost $70 for a 20rd box, I would definitely pass on it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Xeon64 View Post
    I find this very interesting and hope it is successful. Brass and Copper are the most expensive parts of Ammo. I do not think this ammo would store long term but would be great for the everyday shooter if it takes off and drives prices down.

    https://www.tvammo.com/

    Military is testing this Ammo right now because it reduce Ammo weight significantly.

    the only issue is they are charging about 4x the price of standard brass 308. Thatís a hard pass from me Iíll stick with brass and copper.
    $70 for a standard 20 round box or $160 for a commemorative 22 round box.
    Last edited by Jstudz220; August 26th, 2021 at 11:17 AM.

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    Marksman

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    According to a couple of you tubers that ammo is
    Meh.

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    Monolithic Mentor

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    And the price is triple Meh!!

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    Marksman

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    Price is high because it is new technology. If it works out and become a massive production prices will drop. That price for Nolser loaded ammo is not much more than what I see 308 being sold for in brass around town.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xeon64 View Post
    Price is high because it is new technology. If it works out and become a massive production prices will drop. That price for Nolser loaded ammo is not much more than what I see 308 being sold for in brass around town.
    it’s not really new technology the company has been around since 08 and other companies had similar blue ones out that I can remember 10-15 years ago or so. The company might be new but the concept isn’t and it’s extremely too expensive to even be considered. I doubt they are going to gain any customers at that price point. I think the better idea if they wanted this to pick up is start off selling them cheaper than other options available but that’s just my .02 I just don’t see anyone buying more than maybe one box to try it and realize they wasted their money.
    Last edited by Jstudz220; August 27th, 2021 at 08:17 AM.

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