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ULVER 10-13-2012 12:25

*Video* Speer 124gr. +P 9mm / Overall, I Think It Still Rules!
 
Been doin' this about 100 years...or so it feels. :supergrin: I've carried every gun, every caliber, every load you can think of.

Why don't I carry one of my .45's>? Because I just shoot my old, vintage Glock 17 better. And placement & hits ARE what counts!

Bullets and their design and construction ARE, also important.
I still think the Gold Dot in 9mm defines the caliber.


4949shooter 10-13-2012 12:34

Wow good stuff!

avenues165 10-13-2012 13:41

GDs are nice, I like 'um.

The 9mm will TCB.

unit1069 10-13-2012 13:49

The video is washed out on my computer. What is causing that?

SCmasterblaster 10-13-2012 14:11

Well
 
I'll have to try this load in my G17. :supergrin:

dakrat 10-13-2012 14:53

GD is good stuff. other ammo would have turned into frangible rounds after that test.

SCmasterblaster 10-13-2012 15:39

Off to the gun store!

Tiro Fijo 10-13-2012 15:49

Not that it matters, as the 124 gr. +p has an excellent street record, but this video is jut plain ignorant. :upeyes: No one can tell how much the water contributed to the overall expansion. :wavey:

People should have to be tested & licensed to post on Youtube.

packinaglock 10-13-2012 16:09

Cool video, nice review. Gold Dots are my favorite too.

SCmasterblaster 10-13-2012 17:51

Quote:

Originally Posted by packinaglock (Post 19514875)
Cool video, nice review. Gold Dots are my favorite too.

They feed quite nicely in my G17. :cool:

JBP55 10-14-2012 18:09

I like them enough that I have several thousand on hand.

beforeobamabans 10-14-2012 19:54

Quote:

Originally Posted by Tiro Fijo (Post 19514831)
this video is jut [sic] plain ignorant.

No, it's "dilapitated"!

Glock19Fan 10-14-2012 23:11

Quote:

Originally Posted by Tiro Fijo (Post 19514831)
Not that it matters, as the 124 gr. +p has an excellent street record, but this video is jut plain ignorant. :upeyes: No one can tell how much the water contributed to the overall expansion. :wavey:

People should have to be tested & licensed to post on Youtube.

In my opinion it doesnt matter. After crashing through bone, flesh, more bone, then 2 jugs of water, and performing like it did I think it showed something.

Look up his other videos for comparison. This load did well.

happyguy 10-15-2012 02:45

Quote:

Originally Posted by beforeobamabans (Post 19518979)
No, it's "dilapitated"!

The video provides "irrisputable" proof of the Gold Dot's superiority.

Regards,
Happyguy :)

NEOH212 10-15-2012 03:19

This is the best of the best 9mm bonded load on the market period!

If I carried a 9mm and wanted bonded ammo, this would be my first choice.

There is no question about if that the 9mm has come into it's own with modern ammunition.

:cool:

NEOH212 10-15-2012 03:20

Quote:

Originally Posted by Tiro Fijo (Post 19514831)
People should have to be tested & licensed to post on Youtube.

Well, there just wouldn't be a Youtube if that were the case, or a Glock Talk for that matter. :whistling:

SCmasterblaster 10-15-2012 18:34

Darn it
 
My local gun store have run out of Gold Dots :crying:

Glock19Fan 10-16-2012 01:31

Quote:

Originally Posted by SCmasterblaster (Post 19521774)
My local gun store have run out of Gold Dots :crying:

I bought 500 rounds of 124 +P GD from ammoman.com for $299 (delivered). Im not sure if they still have the deal running, but its ones of the best around, and with most of my stock sitting in an ammo can, I should be good on supply for 10-20 years. :cool:

SCmasterblaster 10-16-2012 19:05

Quote:

Originally Posted by Glock19Fan (Post 19522757)
I bought 500 rounds of 124 +P GD from ammoman.com for $299 (delivered). Im not sure if they still have the deal running, but its ones of the best around, and with most of my stock sitting in an ammo can, I should be good on supply for 10-20 years. :cool:

I'll look into it! :supergrin:

DonGlock26 10-19-2012 15:34

I think the GD line are the best all-around SD rounds.


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