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Old November 24, 2002, 08:45 PM   #1
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357 Sig 147 Grain Bullet Test Results

I was pleasantly surprised:

http://petej55.home.mindspring.com/rel.357.no9.147.htm
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Old November 28, 2002, 12:47 PM   #2
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At my site, I just uploaded some more 147 grain loads with different powders (N350, N105, Power Pistol, HS-6, Blue Dot, AA#7, as well as #9. Should give folks a rough idea how they perform. Just page down to the powders: 147 grain bullets section.

As I mentioned earlier, I'm happy that I found a fairly high quality BULK 147 grain bullet: $52 per 1000 from Midway. As low as $35 per thousand at the Portland, OR gun show. This is another great reason to enjoy shooting 9mm bullets.
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