Found these at a LGS I’d never been to before. I’ve never heard of Aguila. Anyone have any experience with them?
I’ve used some 9mm awhile back and it was okay if I recall. From Mexico and a little hotter than gringo ammo.
I think it’s good, never jams in the lcp max and not dirty. How much for a 50 box?
I have shot that brand in .22LR. It seemed fine.
Only used it in 22 Long Rifle. 1470 FPS with a 40 grain bullet is stout! 191 ft/lbs energy. Probably hotter than the 380 offering.
I paid $28.99, A little higher than the going price around here.
I have only used it in 9mm, worked good. Used to be cheaper back then though.
Good Mexican product.
So far no problem found with target ammo. Hopefully .380 is good as other calibers.
I used 9mm 115 in a new Canik Mete SFX .This is of note because it would not run any thing else 115 except Winchester Nato. It is definitely higher pressure than most other 115.
Got some Aquila .22lr and no issues . Had to buy a box of their 5.56 to shoot indoors once, and had about 20 duds. I got in touch with them, they acknowledged making a bad lot, but never did anything about it, which was not so bueno in my book.
You might find some of the newer Turkish imported 9 will work in your gun if it needs hot ammo. Stuff’s hotter than Win NATO.(NATO is 124 grain, as is the Turkish stuff I bought.)
Yes, the Winchester was 124 now that I think about it. Anyway, I went on to a Canik blog and the most popular answer was to lock it open for a week or two so I am trying that.
I have used 9mm and .22 lr both worked just fine. They were less expensive pre-covid, but then everything was
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$21.69 looks very expensive… especially for Mexican ammo.
Compare the pricing with other manufacturers and it won’t, 28.99 & 29.99 seems to be average pricing in the KC area for 380acp.
Wow… that is scary… .380ACP is mostly available for +/-$18 + SH.
I love to shoot a lot… but I do care about my wallet…
I’ve only used the .22 LR from Aguila. It doesn’t feed well through any of the 10/22s we tried it with. I’ve seen the 9mm around and have wondered if it stands up better; it seems like others have had good luck with it. At least there’s more of a choice out there now, and you don’t have to go with, “well, it’s the only .380 ammo I can find.”
I use the 40gr interceptor 22lr. They feed fine in all my 22 pistols & rifle. Great price too