Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by Txhunter76, Apr 13, 2021.
The load data is as follows.
Hornady 115gr XTP
Primers are the 6.5 Remington
What Ar9 do you have? Custom build or a certain brand?
There are a few brands out there that run about anything. Some prefer a hevaier load than a lighter one. Ar9's can be finicky if not built right. Built right and they run as good as any other good PCC.
Getting the AR9's to cycle well has a lot to do with buffer weight and spring. I'm using a 6oz buffer and AR10 carbine spring combination.
Ran the 16" with a bumpstock and it went through 32 rounds with ease. Blowback rocks.
Mine are all dedicated Quarter Circle 10 lowers with Colt SMG mags and VLTOR billet uppers.
Before the Plandemic shooting these with the bumpstock was the most fun you can have with your clothes on.
I hope you know, the bumpstock is against the law...
Yup, this is what I do as well. Mostly, I load 115 grain RN for 9x19. It can be cast, coated, plated, or jacketed.
While I do use some factory designer hollow points in the handguns I use for defense, my 9mm AR just gets the round nose bullets. The AR is mostly a range gun, I prefer 300 Blackout for use around the farm.
They haven't always been illegal.
3.1 grains of N310 or 3.2 grains of N320/Titegroup with a berrys 147 @ 1.160.
Good for play at 100 yards and in.
My ar9 has a stern defense came with the BCG
The lower is an Anderson with a
the upper is a stern defense. The lower is an Anderson with a rise armament r134 trigger with the jp enterprise silent capture spring. I am going to change the BCG to the faxon that is the same brand I have in my 300 blackout. The 300 has a bit more additives to it
Yes pretty much the only difference is that my pistol I shoot the Lehigh defense rounds and for just paper it is some Remington ball ammo
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