Privacy guaranteed - Your email is not shared with anyone.
Separate names with a comma.
If you consider yourself a beginner or an avid shooter, the Glock Talk community is your place to discuss self defense, concealed carry, reloading, target shooting, and all things Glock.
Discussion in 'Caliber Corner' started by rudybunt, Mar 17, 2013.
Winchester 9mm 147 gr PDX1s.
In 10mm it is. Otherwise, your ballistics are near the bottom and not far from a .40.
Speer Gold Dot 230 grain +P in my G30SF
Remington golden saber 147 grain in my g19 at the moment.
Would love to be able to play with other rounds...maybe one day there will be some on the shelves again! :banghead:
Sent from my MB865 using Tapatalk 2
Very good penetration with the 9mm 147gr loading. Penetration is an often overlooked factor in ammo selection.
I have chronographed this load at 1400 FPS (!)
In my G30SF it's Winchester Ranger T-Series 230 gr.
Check out those HOOKS.......end of story for the bad guy.
Upon impact they are about the size of a friggin quarter, with teeth.
115 grain fed 98bple +P+
Picked them up a long time ago for 17$ a box of 50.......
I got 2 boxes left, from me cycling through my gun and practicing some with them throughout the years...
Nasty-looking bullets - were those .40-caliber bullets - .45?
Speer Gold Dot 147 grain in my 26, 17.
9x19 147gr! What was the test medium?
Winchester ranger in duty. Corbin powrball in CC. Both. 40.
Sent from my dumb phone which may have misspelled some words.
Someone else said that they were 9mms.
HST 147+p in a G19.
Winchester PDX-1 45acp 230gr.
Currently carrying the Hornady Zombie rounds, 9mm.
I hope to God I don't have to use them. That will not go over well in the media. But, it's all I could find and I have a rule of keeping a healthy cycle on my defense ammo.
HST in my 45 and well, I cant remember what I have in my 19. One of the 2 more popular ones.
Posted using Outdoor Hub Campfire
Great load the 9BPLE.