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Thoughts? Experiences? Which is more accurate, cleaner?

For those that have shot either, are they really non corrosive?

I just got a case of Golden Bear today but have yet to shoot it.
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Golden Tiger has pretty much become the most popular,highly spoken of x39 ammo around. But ALL the Bear ammo is widely regarded as top quality,as well. I've shot a good bit of GT, and some silver and brown bear, it's all been spot on.
Truth be told, virtually all of the Rusky/east block/Chinee AK ammo that you'll likely find these days,is just fine,and except for some older Chinese, it's all non-corrosive. You should get what you can find the best deal on.
 

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Can you use the casings for reloading? I know the shells are dirt cheap, but steel doesn't hold up well re-loading.
It is not that steel cases don't hold up; if anything they last longer than brass.

It's possible, but not likely as the rounds are Berdan primed.
Here is link to reloading berdan primed steel cases with boxer primers.
 
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