Have you ever heard of AngelFire ammunition? Don’t worry; most shooters haven’t. But that’s about to change.
This Saturday, I was finally able to get some shooting in. Not a lot… but some.
200 Rounds of Blazer Brass were sent downrange though the Glock 19.
But through my AR: 50 rounds of AngelFire .223 FMJ 55gr Remanufactured Kansas-made ammunition.
I wish I had thought to save my target. Though a 4.5″ group at 100 yards through MagPul MBUS Pro sights might not be all that impressive to most (I’m much better with a handgun than I am with a rifle), I was more than satisfied with my performance.
But I’m certain that the AngelFire ammo had quite a lot to do with it.
Though AngelFire ammunition is made from once-fired remanufactured brass, if it weren’t for the mixed head-stamps, you’d almost swear it was match-grade ammo.
Perfection is clearly the aim of AngelFire ammunition. Everything is simply perfect. The cases are perfect (and shinier than any brand-name ammunition I’ve ever seen), the bullets are all perfectly seated and seem to have match-grade consistency of size and shape, and the ignition of every round feels exactly like the round before it.
Every batch of AngelFire ammunition is test-fired and every round is hand-inspected before it’s boxed up. AngelFire’s remanufactured ammunition is made to such exacting standards, they actually cast aside the imperfect rounds and offer them as seconds.
That’s right… there’s a brand of remanufactured ammunition that is good enough to sell its discarded rounds as seconds.
AngelFire remanufactured ammunition is not only made by the same hands, in the same facility, using the same machines as PatriotMax Ammunition, it also carries the same “5000% Brass-Clad Performance Guarantee” that you’ll find on every new brass PatriotMax product.
This guarantee seems just this side of crazy on new ammo… but to offer it on their remanufactured ammo?! That’s confidence.
If you’ve never tried PatriotMax or AngelFire ammunition, it’s well worth it. I can guarantee you won’t be disappointed.