What ammunition does Tatjana recommend for self-defense, storage, plinking, training and match use? Introduction Self Defense: My self-defense ammo selection is driven by several requirements. My rifle 16" Bushmaster is my primary self-defense weapon. My pistol is used to fight my way to my rifle.
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What ammunition does Tatjana recommend for self-defense, storage, plinking, training and match use? Introduction Self Defense: My self-defense ammo selection is driven by several requirements.
My rifle 16" Bushmaster is my primary self-defense weapon. My pistol is used to fight my way to my rifle. I doubt I will ever be in a situation where I have to engage anything beyond meters. Even meters is hard to see happening. Because terminal performance is critical to me a short neck and severe fragmentation is important in gel testing. I need a round that will be available in enough bulk to practice with. My self-defense round is used to augment my M stores and for home defense.
Given my requirements above. These rounds meet all my needs particularly in terminal performance. They are expensive but I think them worth it. I have two rifles in which the 77 grain Nosler works well out to at least meters, both of which, ironically, are I intend to switch my home defense weapon to a barrel as soon as I can get my hands on one.
That will make me even more sure of my 77 grain loadings. Plinking ammo: I usually use plinking as an excuse to burn off old M stores. Qa and XM figure prominently in my plinking use. Usually this is a mix of M and Nosler 77 grain. As soon as I get close to coming under the mark rare I buy more M I cycle out the old ammo with the new so at any given time my storage ammo is as recent as it can be.
One exception is the emergency "bug out" pack I keep of rounds. My M stores are on strippers, in 7 pocket bandoleers stacked in ammo cans.
I use the dry ice method to purge air from my cans and then use a moisture absorbing pack to finish them up before I seal them. Match ammo: I am a big fan of Swiss GP90 for military or service rifle match ammo.
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