I have a full auto subgun that guzzles ammunition. When I take it to the range, I easily consume 500 or 600 rounds of 9mm...and that's when I exercise control.
I prefer 115 grain projectiles, usually jacketed, so I don't have to worry about velocity limitations in a 10 inch barrel, various 9mm pistols, and in the .38 super. They are inexpensive and work well with economical, fast burning powders and the increased velocity gives me a slightly flatter shooting bullet for use at 50 yards.
I can get almost 600 more rounds per lbs out of Bullseye, then say power pistol. It still cycles the weapon just fine and full auto accuracy is much greater due to low recoil.
Last edited by testuser; October 2, 2012 at 04:08 PM.