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Anybody reloading any sub-sonic 9mm or any other caliber for suppression? I am running a slow 147gr plated with 3.5gr of Unique that is pretty quiet and accurate.

I have found that the 115gr with 4.8gr of WSF is pretty loud through the suppressor, but that also has some speed to it as well.
Is anybody else reloading for a supressor?


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I use 147gr Berry’s plated over 3-3.5gr of Titegroup. It suppresses well out of my W. German P226 with a Yankee Hill Cobra can.


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I will check my notes but I was loading 165gr for subsonics.



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I use 147gr Berry’s plated over 3-3.5gr of Titegroup. It suppresses well out of my W. German P226 with a Yankee Hill Cobra can.


That's what I'm shooting it out of with a Sig SRD9 suppressor. I hear a big difference from the 115gr.

I was told to load the starting weight of whatever powder you are running with a heavy bullet for suppressors.


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I will check my notes but I was loading 165gr for subsonics.


Interesting. Where do you find those?


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147gr Black Bullets International
3.2gr VV N320


830fps - as quiet a mouse fart!!!

Functions in all my Sigs including the MPX. With a can - you can hear the brass hit the deck and the action cycle.

Andrew


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Xtreme offers a 165 grn plated 9mm. In an unsupressed Glock 17 with LW barrel and with 3.5 grains Unique I got right around 925 fps average. OAL was 1.160.

Haven't had a chance to mess with the combo anymore.
 
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147gr Black Bullets International
3.2gr VV N320


830fps - as quiet a mouse fart!!!

Functions in all my Sigs including the MPX. With a can - you can hear the brass hit the deck and the action cycle.

Andrew


You peak my interest with this one, I would assume your accuracy is still there?


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Yep….
Holds true to 25yds.

Everyone who shoots this load swears I'm cheating.

Andrew


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