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There are approximately 100 bullets in the bag, I took a few out to test fit. NOTE: Heavy lead coated bullets have been know not to shoot well in polygon rifling such as HK and Glock uses.

Anyway, rules:
Must live in the US
Must currently reload
Pick a number between 1 and 99, closest without going over wins
I would appreciate feed back on loading and shooting experience, but not required.
Lastly, if you don’t use them all, please pass them on.


Karma ends on 3JUL18 midnight Mountain Time.

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Please include me. I reload for 9mm and I prefer a heavy bullet.

93 is my pick.



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Please include me. I'll take #22.

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Please include me. would like to try some heavier bullets.

My number pick is 55 (my old badge number)
 
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I shoot that bullet weight in USPSA, great accuracy and recoil is a non issue with the right propellant combo at 900 fps, plus or minus a little to suit. A nice karma, not participating, just commenting.
 
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I load 147 gr over VV320 and they shoot great out of the 320.
I’ll go with 47.

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Since 47 is gone, I will take 89.

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Bump!

I currently shoot a 145gr coated bullet from Summers Enterprises but I wanted to test another brand of heavies. I have decided that I’ll stay heavy but with a round nose.




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I shoot that bullet weight in USPSA, great accuracy and recoil is a non issue with the right propellant combo at 900 fps, plus or minus a little to suit. A nice karma, not participating, just commenting.


Yes indeed!




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I will pick #69
I reload for 9mm, never tried 147 yet.
 
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I'll take # 39.
As for 9mm; once I began loading specifically for the chamber (COL) in my M&P 9 Pro, things got better. I size them specifically for that gun. Then, by trying different recoil springs, I found the one that works best in terms of ejection and slide speed/movement. It really made a difference.
Thank you for the opportunity!
 
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All I load anymore is 9mm and always looking for new bullets to try, especially heavier subsonic loads.
I'll pick #27.
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69, dude!

I use these for subsonic loads for my suppressor.


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I dont currently load 9mm luger but I'd like to start. I do load for a few like calibers using that bullet currently.

#82 please
 
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I have never reloaded nor shot 147gr lead before, I'd like to give it a shot (pun intended).

97 is my guess, thanks for the chance.


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# 7 for me! I do reload this caliber. Thanks for the chance!
 
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Winning number is 6!



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Thank you Riley! This is very much appreciated!
 
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