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Which is your preferred 9mm bullet weight?

147gr Heavy is better
20 %20 %20 %
20.98% (318)

4 %4 %4 %
4.55% (69)

41 %41 %41 %
41.82% (634)

115gr Light and fast
31 %31 %31 %
31.73% (481)

0 %0 %0 %
0.92% (14)
Comment made by Darrell on 2016-12-14 12:49:40
Depend on what its use is defence or range toy suppressed

Comment made by on 2016-12-16 20:01:07
I do prefer the 147, but the development of bullet technology hasn't slowed down one bit. These new-style projectiles look promising, though I haven't personally tested any of them yet. They don't actually weigh very much and they sort-of look like phillips head screwdriver tips, but several videos on Youtube show some impressive results from them. Anti-gunners tried to take the lead out of the projectile by using the EPA and executive action, but today's innovative and ingenious bullet designers put different materials to work - out performing traditional lead projectiles and carrying the industry forward at an incredible pace. So, right now, today, I prefer traditional 147 grain hollow points, but tomorrow - I don't know. The near-future of projectile development does look promising.. Maybe they will (or already have) create a new .380 bullet that performs well enough to turn the Ruger LCP into a truly impressive option.

Comment made by Michael on 2016-12-19 00:07:35
I like the 115 gr. generally, but it depends which purpose rounds that I am looking at. Federal HST Micro are 150 gr., and they are awesome! Generally however, I have had most of my target work with 115 gr. of assorted manufacture. 124 gr. Hornady Critical defense are good, but so are the 147 gr. custom. 115 most of the time but 150 in the Fed HST Micro for carry purposes.

Comment made by glenn on 2016-12-20 08:45:40
115 is common, and sometimes cheaper..works for me!

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