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Old December 7th, 2019, 11:18 AM   #31
 
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I like and use Gallant bullets for 9mm, haven't ordered any 45 acp in quite a while.
Xtreme hollow base are very good for max/near max loads.
Most coated/lead bullets are not quite up to jacketed bullets.
What ever you choose, have fun and be safe!
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Old December 7th, 2019, 12:01 PM   #32
 
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I started using Falcon bullets,fully coated. Extremely satisfied for use in 38 special and 357 magnum.
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Another vote for Everglades...never a problem with them.
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Another vote for Everglades...never a problem with them.
I love their 9mm FMJHP, great performing bullet. Good price and free freight.
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For 9mm plated I like berrys, ever glades and rmr have not had any issue with them. For coated I have been using brazosbullets with good results for practice. For non coated I like to use outlaw bullets
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Xtremebullets is my main supplier but do find specials for Berry bullets on Widenerís reloading website
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Iowegan says: Try some coated bullets from Missouri Bullet Co. The price is modest, they are accurate and don't foul bores, yet they can be driven to jacketed bullet velocities. Here's their web site: http://www.missouribullet.com
I'll 2nd that suggestion, but with non-coated bullets. With rare exceptions, their products are as good as my carefully home-cast bullets. I've used them extensively in 9mm (124 gr RN and LSWC), .357, .41, & .44. Rod
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I too like coated bullets from Bayou. SNS is good too.
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MO bullets in 45acp, 357 and 44Mag, but considering locals like Bayou Bullets.
Give them a call and talk to Donnie, Jerry Michuliks brother. He seems like a no nonsense guy. I called years ago and asked about Missouri bullets to his credit he didn't bad mouth them he just said his quality speaks for itself. I think he told me back then he was the distributor and sold the hi-tek coating to them.
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