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.400 Nosler 150s or Rem GS 165s?

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by Black Snowman, Jul 26, 2004.

  1. Black Snowman

    Black Snowman Well-Known Member

    I'm trying to settle on a "one bullet for all my 10mm/.40 S&W uses". I'm looking for a quality but not too horrificly expensive JHP to serve as a defensive load but still be cheap enough to practice with.

    I have it narrowed down to the Nosler 150 gr JHP or Remington 165 gr Golden Saber JHP. The Remington is only %5 more expensive so I'm not considering cost as a factor between them.

    I've used (and still have quite a few) Nosler 135 gr bullets and know they are accurate out of my guns but I'm not confident they'll get sufficant penertation out of the .40 S&W, particularly in my short barrelled RAMI.

    Anyone have experiance with the Remingtons? The .429 240 gr JSP I got for my .44 Desert Eagle seem to be quite accurate and consistant and I imagine the more expensive Golden Saber line should be at least as good.
  2. warrior23

    warrior23 Well-Known Member

    I've had good accuracy and penatration with the 165GS,I use them in my Glock 20 and 22.I picked them up in bulk at sportsworld tulsa fairly cheap.

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