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    Default Re: NATO 124gr 9mm

    Quote Originally Posted by MD66948 View Post
    Yoder,

    What is your favorite load?

    Dane
    3 gr of titegroup with 147 gr blue bullet. Titegroup is cheap and so are Blue Bullets. Seems pretty accurate and not much smoke.
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    Default Re: NATO 124gr 9mm

    Quote Originally Posted by Yoder View Post
    3 gr of titegroup with 147 gr blue bullet. Titegroup is cheap and so are Blue Bullets. Seems pretty accurate and not much smoke.
    Scandal. Thats terrible your not using my bullets that I make. How could you. I thought we were friends.




    Just kidding.

    3 grains of Bullseye also works great.


    Btw if you do want to buy mine contact me and I'll beat Blue's prices.
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    Default Re: NATO 124gr 9mm

    Snappy, now that's some funny stuff there. I've bought thousands of rounds of the Winchester Nato 124gr from Lucky Gunner for about 20-22 cents per round over the past years. The Beretta Nano eats it up. It feels like 22 LR in the Sig MK25. I reload 45acp but not 9mm.
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    Default Re: NATO 124gr 9mm

    I have some 115 gr bullets from Kings Shooting Supplies in K of P, Pa. King's Bullets are also Blue. I plan to load them up and test them out in the near future. I don't have any TG but I may have some Bullseye.

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    Default Re: NATO 124gr 9mm

    Id avoid it unless the pistol is +p rated. Lots of other great commercial options.

    If you scroll down SAAMI recommends against shooting 9mm NATO in guns marked for 9 parabellum. See page 3.


    https://saami.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/Unsafe-Arms-and-Ammunition-Combinations-Web-Site-and-Brochure-Master-Revised-5-7-2018.pdf
    Last edited by Mootness; October 27th, 2018 at 11:07 PM.

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    Default Re: NATO 124gr 9mm

    Quote Originally Posted by Mootness View Post
    I’d avoid it unless the pistol is +p rated. Lots of other great commercial options.

    If you scroll down SAAMI recommends against shooting 9mm NATO in guns marked for 9 parabellum. See page 3.


    https://saami.org/wp-content/uploads...d-5-7-2018.pdf
    Honestly I'm going to disagree with the saami document...
    All modern pistols can handle +p 9mm loads.
    +p+... maybe, maybe not.
    Nato 124 grain is not going to harm a modern firearm

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