Thursday, June 24, 2010

I'm Entered in an Ammo Giveaway

M.D. Creekmore at The Survivalist Blog – a survival blog dedicated to helping others prepare for and survive disaster – with articles on bug out bag contents, survival knife choices and a wealth of other survival information is giving away a 1,000 round case of 9mm – 124 Grain FMJ (a $200 value – donated by LuckyGunner)! To enter, you just have to post about it on your blog. This is my entry. Visit The Survivalist Blog for the details.

Even if I don't get drawn for the ammo, it's always worthwhile to drop a link for an interesting blog.


Old NFO said...

That it is JPG, I'll link to you, but I won't put a post up, since I'm not that interested in 124gr FMJ :-)

JPG said...

I guess I have a little attitude problem toward niner mike-mike. I figure for general, fairly close range practice, there's little difference in 116 and 124 FMJ. Back around 1966, when I got my first Model 39, the only commercial choices were 116 FMJ and 124 FMJ - - No JHP, no place. I figued the slightly heavier bullet might make a small difference, so I bought Remington 124 until the wretched Norma JHP, with a LOT of exposed lead arrived.

At 10 yards, there's not much to choose from with either FMJ. Holly and Matt have KT P-11s, and there's a couple of Hi-Powers hanging around. For serious use, I like the Speer Gold Dot 124 . . .
You going to Colorado in AUG?