Fiocchi 9mm Shooting Dynamics works just fine in my LC9s.....generally @ a pretty good price. Have never tried it in .380.
Yes, I use a lot of Fiocchi in my LCR9mm. In fact talked to a Tech at Ruger one day about the Bluing on my gun and we got into a discussion on ammo. He told me they test the LCR9mm with Fiocchi ammo. I also like PrecisionOne, and American Eagle.Fiocchi 9mm Shooting Dynamics works just fine in my LC9s.....generally @ a pretty good price. Have never tried it in .380.
This about the ammo and not the pistol. I purchased a Remington RM380. I picked up a box of Fiocchi 380 ammo at the same store. I had chambering problems right away. The second mag the first round hung half-way in the chamber. The fifth round did the same. At least one failure every mag.
I got a box of Remington brand 380 ammo. It functioned perfectly. After carefully inspecting the fired brass, I could see a burr on the Fiocchi brass where the extractor hit it. Closer inspection showed the rim was thicker on that brass than on the Remington brass. The thicker rim would not slide up under the extractor when the round was entering the chamber.
I picked up a box of Federal ammo and a box of Herters. I went back to the range today and the Remington, Federal, and Herters all worked perfectly.
Has anybody had any problems with Fiocchi ammo?
I had some folks over to my range. One person had a Ruger LCP 380 and had several failures with steel cased ammo, which I never use. I gave the last 20 rounds of Fiocchi to my son who has a LCP, but he may not try it for months.