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Yes, They are without a doubt the best bullets I've ever used. I use the 230fmj. I use montana's in everything I shoot. I dont use lead or plated bullets just jacketed. They're a little more expensive but they're worth it.
 

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I use them as well. They make good products at a reasonable price.

The color's just a little funny. ;-)
 

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Montana Gold makes good bullets. I use their 185 grain JHP in my .45 ACP's and have found them to be a good value. When I am really looking for accuracy (Read that competition loads) I use Nosler's 185 grain JHP. It just seems to shoot better.
 

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Double dittos. I use the 230 grain complete metal jacket. Most of the indoor ranges in Las Vegas have gone lead free. I have found the Montana Gold to be consistent - amazingly +/- no more than 0.1 grain.
 

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I love them. I just wish Uncle Sam would give me them instead. I shoot the free ones all year, then order a few cases of MG to shoot with at nationals.

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Or just call Lecks guns and order five cases and shipping is free.

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Actually, living in Tacoma you probably shoot with Tom Kettles who is a MG sponsored shooter and cop. Ask him if maybe they could hook you up with some samples. Tom is a great guy and a fantastic shooter.

If you look at what bullet IPSC shooters have been shooting at Nationals and Area matches, MG is taking over. Three years ago there was like 2%, now its like 50%.

Their JHP bullets are just about a pure copy of the XTP and they shoot just as good. My Super loves them. Bugholes at 25 years.

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Welchers in Tacoma carries them in bulk. I just bought some there last Saturday and loaded them up but haven't tried them yet.
 
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