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Old February 1, 2013, 10:50 PM   #2
golfnutrlv
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I looked at my load manuals (Speer and Hornady) Neither lists 95 grain data. Good on you for not trusting one ok source. I always double check my data against something published.

The one experience I had with super light bullets in 9mm was a couple boxes of 100 grain hornady's a friend bought for me at a gunshow, when nothing else was available. They shot ok, but would not cycle the action all the way reliably. If you want a cheaper option than Montana Gold try Precision Delta. (i'm an ex-Montana Gold customer since their prices go up constantly)

http://www.precisiondelta.com/

A lot cheaper than MGB, and honestly, they shoot right next to them in terms of accuracy IMO.
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