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Old February 17, 2000, 10:02 PM   #1
Banzai
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Most of the ammo that I reload for 9mm/40/357 is to copy commercial rounds, using recipes that duplicate things like velocity, COL, and the actual bullet as much as possible. That way, I can practice with copy carry rounds and never worry that I won't be conditioned to the point of aim, recoil, etc. at about 1/3rd the price of buying the same number of commercial rounds. I also work up accuracy rounds, just for target plinking, too. I would be interested to share and hear what you've found!

Tom

PS, Yes, I only carry factory ammo!


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