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Discussion in 'The .40 S&W Club' started by Jason607, Jun 21, 2008.
Some like light and fast, some like slow and heavy, what say you?
I like 165-180gr myself.
A well-designed 180gr hollowpoint. I used to carry 165gr T-series and didn't mind ...
If I had to choose just one, I'd go with 180gr too. 165's come in second.
I like my 165 gr stuff. I like the 180 gr stuff too.
The 155 and 165 gr loads shoot flat enough in my G35 that sometimes it seems more like a carbine than a handgun. I love setting up on the 100 yard line and ringing steel with almost no hold over.
165 for me (for now)
155gr. Hornaday TAP for me. It`s the best I`ve found for my 23. I practice with the 180gr. Blazer Brass and 3 times a year empty a mag. of carry ammo and am always happy with the tight group with the TAP.
165 HST for me but I also like 180gr for winter months
180's seem to like my G27
180s seem to be more accurate in my G23. I carry 180gr HST.
180gr gold dot HP is the best. I've seen a single round make a canoe out of a guys head.
just got my G23. really only fired about 250 rnds of 165gr. its ok but would like to try the 180gr.
165 RangerT for me.
I've run 165 and 180 though my G22 and find that I prefer the 180. It just "feels" better.
I like the 180 Gold Dot...
165gr Gold Dots. Issued round.
+1 on these, shot some out of my G23 flawlessly.
I enjoy the 230-grain hard cast .40 cal cartridge. Wicked Penetration for 4-legged beasts
Double Tap 165gr. Gold Dots is the only way to go.
Just loaded up some 180 XTP's. Shot great out of my 23. I was impressed and intend to keep loading them.
+1 on the Gold Dots, 155/165 grain.