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Re: 9mm bullets

Postby Macd » 26 May 2018 21

reloader762 wrote:I prefer the 124 gr. weight bullets. Back in the day when I only shot limited amounts of 9mm out of my Ruger By convertible I used the plated Berry's 124 gr. thick plated bullets.

Now I have a NOE 124 gr. TC mold in a 4 cavity version that cast both GC and PB bullets that I cast all my bullets for a new CANIK 9mm handgun which is basically designed to shoot 124 gr. NATO ammo best and it's been an excellent match.

I am looking at replacing my M&P 9 as my IPSC pistol. How do you find the Canik?
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Re: 9mm bullets

Postby reloader762 » 27 May 2018 10

Macd wrote:
reloader762 wrote:I prefer the 124 gr. weight bullets. Back in the day when I only shot limited amounts of 9mm out of my Ruger By convertible I used the plated Berry's 124 gr. thick plated bullets.

Now I have a NOE 124 gr. TC mold in a 4 cavity version that cast both GC and PB bullets that I cast all my bullets for a new CANIK 9mm handgun which is basically designed to shoot 124 gr. NATO ammo best and it's been an excellent match.

I am looking at replacing my M&P 9 as my IPSC pistol. How do you find the Canik?


Nice pistol for the money, I gave $360 out the door for my TP9SA. It came with 2 18 rd. mags. extra oversized backstrap, cleaning brush and rod as well as a couple different holster arrangements in a nice carrying case. Not to mention a great finish on the gun,well made and soft shooting even with full powder NATO loads and as accurate as handgun I've ever shot right out of the box.

Mine has the decocker but it's never been an issue, you really have to push it down with a good bit of force to decock the gun and being mine is the SA version you have to reset the striker but you only have to pull the slick back about 1/4" not all models are like that just the SA.

http://www.jgsales.com/handguns-c-16_790.html
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