Lehigh 90 gr defensive ammo!!
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124 +p HST.
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NRA Certified Firearms Instructor
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.This message has been edited. Last edited by: computerdoc27,
|Mr. Nice Guy|
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.
Sig P229R 9mm
Sig P320c 9mm
I prefer 147gr either Federal HST or Winchester ranger T
I have guns
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.
|Imagination and focus |
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.
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.
|On the DL|
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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