Thoughts on PMC Ammo

About a week ago, I shot four boxes of PCM ammo and noticed that my hands were sort of black and my firearm dirty when I cleaned it.

Has anyone else experienced this shooting this ammo?

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PMC ammo? I have shot a decent amount of PMC. We generally bring several guns to the range, and collect the brass, so my hands are always dirty after shooting.

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@Fred_G PCM? It happens when you type too fast. :man_shrugging::man_facepalming:

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Yes, PMC is not the cleanest ammo but if runs through my Glock pretty well.

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PMC, (Pan Metal Corporation) makes ammo, Duh. The QC is acceptable but the best thing is that it is re loadable brass and the price is not bad. In general I would shoot PMC once and hope for good results then reload it once and make it bunker ammo. Fire and forget.

Cheers,

Craig6

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The only PMC I’ve run was in .357 mag. It was a little dirty, but, it was on the warm side for factory ammo.

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That’ll happen with hot loads just due to more un burnt powder residue. They tend to run slower burning powders at higher volumes than most US manufactures.

I haven’t shot any of it lately but shot tons of it mostly in 45-70. They had a 305gr JHP and 400gr soft point loads that were excellent for large and dangerous game.

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