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Lehigh 90 gr defensive ammo!!


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124 +p HST.


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124gr for EDC in various brands. I do have some PNW Arms 115 GR solid copper that my Glock likes so if I take her out I load it up with those.

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I use Federal HST and Speer Gold Dots in the main weights listed by everyone.

124, 124 +P, 147 and 147 +P. My guns eat them all up with zero problems so far. Prices are the lowest I've seen for these brands in a long time so I stocked up. A few boxes a time whenever I order a case of shooting ammo adds up quick.



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I prefer 147gr either Federal HST or Winchester ranger T


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EDC ammo? 115 or 124 grain in 9 mm


As for 9mm, I carry Speer Gold Dot 124Gr.+p for Short Barreled Pistols. I'd also consider Federal HST, Remington Golden Saber, most common defensive ammo is good nowadays.
 
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In the past I used Speer Gold Dot 124gr.+P. I switched to Federal 147gr. HST. It shoots great out of my Walther PPS M2.
 
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147 Bonded Defense from DoubleTap. I believe they use Gold Dot bullets. I've used the 124gr +P as well without issue. For practice, I use whatever 124gr NATO I can find.
 
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I carry 147gr HST in my primary magazine and 147gr Gold Dot in secondary magazine.
I'm curious. Why the difference between the ammunition that you carry in your primary (I assume that's in the pistol) and your secondary magazine?



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I switched from Gold Dot 124 +P to Hornandy Critical Duty 135 +P for my carry guns (P320 Carry, P938, P30SK) and my nightstand P226. It is what I plan to use in my new P365’s as well.

I am able to get it pretty cheap ($24/50 rnd box), gets good reviews for consistency and penetration even with the shorter barrels (gives up some expansion however) and have never had a malfunction with it in any of my guns.





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I switched from Gold Dot 124 +P to Hornandy Critical Duty 135 +P for my carry guns (P320 Carry, P938, P30SK) and my nightstand P226. It is what I plan to use in my new P365’s as well.

I am able to get it pretty cheap ($24/50 rnd box), gets good reviews for consistency and penetration even with the shorter barrels (gives up some expansion however) and have never had a malfunction with it in any of my guns.


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124 +P


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I prefer the 115 grain jhp. I like the classics, either Federal 9BP or the Winchester Silvertip. Accurate and reliable.
 
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