Anything at the range.
147gr Ranger T or Gold Dot for carry..
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Speer Gold Dot 124 +P
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How do I respond to "like or dislike" w/ only one set of options?
How is 147 gr. not on the list for me to be not sure if I'm liking or disliking it.
Or I've been up too late.
147 grain when playing shooting games
124 grain for my carry guns
115 grain if someone gives it to me
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Actually NATO has a 115 gr spec also. I have some PPU with the NATO cross headstamp. Being somewhat skeptical, I checked, it is a NATO spec. Also it is definitely +p , the stuff is reported to be running hot.
I prefer 124gr.
HST standard pressure or Gold Dots in +P.
I like 124 for JHP.
For FMJ, I use 147 or 165 because I like to shoot suppressed.
Not minority enough!
115 grain because it is the most available.
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124gr. Is my favorite 9mm weight by a mile.
147 grain because the recoil impulse is just fine for Steel Challenge. Plus...I can tailor loads to recoil springs, etc. to make the gun work for me, instead of against me.
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147 for carry.
I would shoot just about anything at the range.
Carry ammo = 147gr Gold Dot
Tomorrow's battle is won during today's practice.
I only shoot 9mm for gun games, and 147 shoots the easiest.
I experimented a with 160's, but they opened up my splits a bit (both in time and grouping). I also found I only noticed the difference in the very beginning. Meaning when I started shooting for the day, 160's felt like I was cheating, pop gun loads. But by 50 rounds into it, I can't tell the difference between them and 147's.
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^^^ that and 147 gr hst for me.
And another vote for 147gr
my carry ammo, as well.
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