Anyone ever used ULTRAMAX remanufactured ammo? If so what you think? What exactly does remanufactured mean?
Seems like it's nothing but symantecs to me, Never heard of the Ultramax brand thoughAnyone ever used ULTRAMAX remanufactured ammo? If so what you think? What exactly does remanufactured mean?
I agree, that is why I said "reloaded".Yeah, but privates aside, reman and reload are two different things. A home-pressed reload can never be quite the same as a factory job due to the industrial-strength equipment. And reman just means they used spent cases which were inspected for integrity and then put back through the same factory process that loaded them in the first place. I'd buy Ultramax if I had an opportunity to get some at a good price.
I responded to Zombie's post where he stated the correct differance between reloaded and remanufactured.I know but the OP said "remanufactured".
Thats what I found also.Hi everyone...first post. I have run an entire 250 box of Ultramax through my G19 G4. It was the 9MM 125Gr Lead variety. It all shot fine with no feed or extraction problems but I will not be using it again. In 25 years years of shooting and a lot of cheap ammo, this stuff was the dirtiest ammo I have ever shot. I frequent an indoor range and had to pause for a few minutes after emptying a clip just to let all the smoke clear. My G19 looked like I was shooting a Civil war musket. Was kinda funny to see a plume of smoke running out to 15 yards after ever shot the first few shots but I was embarrassed after that. I toughed it out since I had already paid for range time and it was the only ammo I had at the time. Worse yet, it left my gun a mess and I had to spend a considerable amount of time cleaning it afterwards. I would rather spend a couple more bucks on 115gr UMCs which are much cleaner.