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  1. #11
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    230 gr Federal HST for 45 ACP and Corbon DPX for the .380.

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  3. Preferred Carry Ammo?

    Remington Golden Saber .380, or 9mm

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    I have Remington Golden Sabers in all but two of my carry guns. Use Speer Gold Dot or Cor-Bon in the Beretta Tomcat (don't offer GS in 32 ACP) and use Federal EFMJ in the Kel-Tec PF-9 (it won't feed GS ammo).

    Hoss
    Last edited by cvhoss; 09-24-2007 at 08:50 AM.

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    Favorite carry ammo for both my wife and I is the Remington Golden Saber 165 grain ammo.

    I carry it in my G23 and she uses it in her XD .40sc. Both of them feed it with no problems at all and we both are pleased with the accuracy of the ammo.

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    Use Golden Sabers in the 9 and Cor-Bons in the .45
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  7. #16
    My typical .40 load is 185grn Federal Hydra-Shoks, and I love them. They feed well and shoot to POA, so with that I am happy.

    I am still playing around with my .45 loads. Right now I have Hornaday TAP 230grn +P's, and I am not crazy about them. They function fine when fired, but manual racking they will sometimes not feed properly. Plus I think they are a little too hot. I will likely go with Speer Gold Dots in 230grn.

    My little .380 AMT Back-Up, which is my BUG gets fed a 94grn ball.

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    For my 226 9mm .. I use 124 +P GD's ....... I have tried most SD stuff around but like the performance of these plus, they seem a frequent choice by LE.

    If I were to carry a 220 then again it'd be 230 GD's.

    For snub (SP-101) ... used to load with CorBon 110 +P.
    Chris - P95
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  9. Through my own informal wet newspaper and cherry Jello gelatin testing, I have found The 230gr. Federal Hydrashoks. They are accurate and expansion is consistient and well controlled. I have never had any trouble with them feeding in any of my semi-autos.

    tex45acp

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    Quote Originally Posted by tex45acp View Post
    Through my own informal wet newspaper and cherry Jello gelatin testing, I have found The 230gr. Federal Hydrashoks. They are accurate and expansion is consistient and well controlled. I have never had any trouble with them feeding in any of my semi-autos.

    tex45acp
    Try the HST's, you will love them!!!

    http://www.le.atk.com/pdf/Pierce%20C...20Workshop.pdf

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    I have Gold Dot's in both my 40 s&w. I have 9mm Fiocchi hollow points in my Kahr CW9. I have wwb jhp in my 45acp's. I have decided, in my opinion, any hollow point from a good manufacturer will do fine.
    David

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