Accurate factory 9mm ammunition


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Dick Jones
May 16, 2011, 07:23 PM
I have an asignment to shoot the Bianchi Cup for Gun Week. I've been shooting 9mm 124 grain Remington and 115 Winchester that was given to me to shoot and pracitce. I get reasonable groups but I'm wondering? Will I gain substantial accuracy from another 9mm round?

What should I chose?

Dick Jones

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Cookie45
May 16, 2011, 10:22 PM
In my 1911 style pistols [S'field and Colt] I've been getting my best accuracy with Fiochhi 147 gr., even better than with the factory "match" ammo I have. In the Browning HP's and Glock 17L, 124 gr Remington Match [do they still make it?] and 124 gr Match from Atlanta Arms and Ammo give the best accuracy. Good luck!!!

The Lone Haranguer
May 17, 2011, 07:49 AM
147-gr. JHPs have a good reputation for accuracy, as well as Federal's "Classic" 115-gr. JHP (popularly known by its stocking number, 9BP). JHPs, in general, are more accurate than FMJ ball.

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