I tested this ammo in a bunch of different guns. Everybody I know has a 9 millimeter, so we just rounded them all up and took them out to the range and ran a couple hundred rounds through them. I didn't have any problems with the ammo in any of the guns. Accuracy was great. We did a little bench rest test at 15 yards. It was really consistent and 100% reliable. No failures to feed, failures to ignite, no light strikes or anything like that. It burned really clean. I didn't have any problem cleaning up the residue when I was done. And you notice with the red sealant on the primer, some other companies that have that leave a really nasty red residue behind in your chamber, but I didn't see any of that with the S&B ammo.
just wanted to ask your opinion. i Started my bulk about 2 months ago at arounf 7% body fat and a weight of about 139. Now, 2 months in, im at % bodyfat, weight is about 151lbs. I have increased my calorie intake by 100kcal just once during the bulk, when my wight stopped increasing. is the fat gain and weight gain too fast…? am i on track to go atleast 5 months on the bulk before i need to start cutting again…? by the way, although i am gaining strength in the gym, it really sucks to see my cuts slowly fade away, specially my abs. you can still see them, but week after week, i feel like they are slowly fading..
i am taking creatine by the way. does that affect the weight gain?