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I recently purchased a Sig P229 (.40 S&W) and I am wanting to put a few hundred rounds through it to break it in. I was wondering what is a good quality yet affordable ammo to take to the range.

Any thoughts or recommendations would be greatly appreciated.

Winchester White Box 180gr... any other ideas???
 

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Hello,

I like Winchester White Box pretty well.

I'll move your post on down to Caliber Discussion, you'll probally get more feedback down there.

Take Care,
The Sockman
 

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I'm starting to develop a fondness for Remington UMC in .45 ACP. Winchester White Box is good stuff too though, I've probably shot four or five thousand rounds of it in various calibers with absolutely zero problems.

CCI Blazer(aluminum cased) if it functions properly in your gun works great and can save you some on cash. I've shot several thousand rounds of this too with no problems. In some guns it may cause function issues, so your mileage may vary.

-Rob
 

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I've been using the 100-pack of USA 165 gr in mine. Seems to work OK. $16 per 100 at Walmart as I recall.

Regards,

Pat
 
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I use the cheapest on the shelf, apart from steel cased stuff.
 
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