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Which 9mm load do you prefer?

100gr or less
1 %1 %1 %
1.29% (32)

115gr
32 %32 %32 %
32.60% (811)

124gr
44 %44 %44 %
44.77% (1114)

135gr
2 %2 %2 %
2.57% (64)

147gr
14 %14 %14 %
14.67% (365)

150gr and heavier
3 %3 %3 %
3.34% (83)

Other
0 %0 %0 %
0.76% (19)
  
Comment made by Greg on 2018-03-31 15:01:51
I've tested quite a bit of 9mm ammo in my Beretta 92 setup for Service Pistol matches, and in an old beat-up Browning Hi Power. The 124 grain loads are universally much more accurate than 115 grain loads. Some 147 grain loads shoot fantastic as well, but not any better than 124s, and for defensive use, the 147 isn't going to do better than a 124 either - and usually worse.

Comment made by Jake on 2018-04-03 09:04:27
I cast my own, so 115 and 124's use less lead. Buying factory 115's is cheaper than 147's and full power loadings usually have more mild recoil with 115's as well. My accuracy load is a 115gr Berry's plated over 4.7gr of Titegroup loaded to max COL (This is at or above MAX depending on which manual you have). It is mild recoiling, shoots very clean, no pressure signs, and shoots one hole groups at 25 yards in the HK VP9 and P-38.

Comment made by Greg on 2018-04-08 12:24:04
I prefer 147g. I still buy 115g when I find deals but a while back I tried Browning 147g target ammo that was on sale. It shot very well in all of my 9mm guns which include HK VP9, Scorpion and Taurus Millenium G2. I now reload almost all of my 9mm target ammo. Using Berry's 147g bullets, RS Silhouette and CCI primers I can reload 147g at the same cost as 115g cheap ammo that you find on sale. My rounds feel just like the 147g Brownings I bought. Since then I've reloaded over 1500 of them with no FTF, FTE or any issues. Takes more time but you can make higher quality ammo then store bought. All of my 9mm handguns love them! Like I said, occasionally I will still use 115g but it's got to be a great deal and even then they don't fire as well. Thanks!

Comment made by Chuck on 2018-04-09 17:16:35
I prefer the Underwood Xtreme Penetrator 200 grn. Whoops thats for a 45 acp. grin, no 9mm for me.

Comment made by Stephen on 2018-04-11 11:35:44
I prefer the 125 gr hydro-shocks for all around accuracy and stopping power. The gun writers all have their favorites but I have found this round to fire consistently in everything from a BHP to the Legion P226. I think you can spend more money on the more exotic loads but not get any better results.

Comment made by steven on 2018-04-17 22:48:10
124 grain unless shooting suppressed then 147 grain.

 
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