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*Video* Speer 124gr. +P 9mm / Overall, I Think It Still Rules!

Discussion in 'Caliber Corner' started by ULVER, Oct 13, 2012.

  1. unit1069

    unit1069

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    I finally got to watch the video on my downstairs computer. I have no idea what is the best all-round SD load is but after following many different threads over the past seven years it's clear to me that Speer Gold Dot is the standard by which all other ammos are judged.

    I've read that the Gold Dot was the first bonded bullet on the market and whether true or not it is certain that whatever process Speer uses it has proved itself beyond question. The Gold Dots hold together, even beyond the company's stated window of velocity.
     
  2. oldman11

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    You're absolutely right, and the bullet went through nose cartilage, not skull bone.
     


  3. bunk22

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    Same here :supergrin: Then had some buddies want to buy a few boxes off me.