9mm 150 Gr. SWC - Sized to .356 (Typical) Other sizes available upon request call or email for options.
Originally designed for the .38 Super, this bullet is popular among shooters looking for a heavy SWC in 9mm.
This is the second batch of the 9mm 150 gr SWC, they function great in both my Glock 19 and S&W M&P, I have not had a fail to feed in either gun and they make very clean holes in the target. Unknown on 12th Feb 2018
I shoot a lot of these in CZ Scorpion carbine...they are hole cutters...no hang ups...no jams...are always dimensionally good.....no barrel fouling....great bullet Mark Donnell on 24th Jul 2017
Flies true and cuts clean holes in target. OAL of 1.150 seems to feed without issue in my GLOCK 17. I had to get a seater die with a flat nose plug though. The Lee seater for RN WILL NOT work. Rounds some of the noses and depth is non-consistent. Just be aware of this. Again, great bullet and exceptional service! Unknown on 24th Dec 2016
I use 147 lead data for loading - These run great - Very accurate - Love em' Paul Grandbois on 11th May 2016
I am shooting these in an S&W M&P. the gun has an Apex DC kit and at 1.160 Col.
This combo will shoot a ragged hole at 12 yards from one 10 shot clip. This is my third batch and
if there is a better, less expensive and cleaner bullet to shoot I have not found it yet.
I do have a reduced recoil spring and because I don't compete just shoot 3 gr. of
either bulls eye or tight group. I am sure a better shot could do better at a longer distance. Pat F on 4th May 2016
These bullets when loaded long and using a modified load data from Vihtavouri using 3n38 make and amazingly accurate load. Works spectacularly well at 25 yards in a Sig 226 and function just fine in an old Lugar that is very finicky.
My recommendation is if you are an experienced reloader and understand internal ballistics you can create an accurate "major" load with some work on a load that is safe. These bullets extend very far into the case so powder compression is one of the issues you have to figure out. Pressures will be higher that your printed load data for even 147's as the point of the SWC puts a lot of bullet in the case. And some cases just don't have the sidewall dimensions to allow seating of these. With all that said, very accurate and a great price without having to handle lead directly. Unknown on 25th Nov 2015
I initially loaded these at 1.140 and they seem to make the case swell midway, which would cause difficultly going into battery. (AR 15 in 9MM).
When I load long, like 1.160, I have no issues, however I'm getting a slight nick on the portion of the bullet that extends past the case that knocks off the coating. Whether this is an issue with my silencer getting leaded up, it hasn't been an issue yet.
So far I am very pleased with the bullets, and may try the 160's soon as the round profile may solve the above problem. Tim at tahco gunworks on 2nd Feb 2015
This is my second shipment , I ordered 500 the first shipment and they loaded and fired fine. The second shipment was for 1000, I was notified that my package shipped the same day I placed my order. I'm not sure anyone can beat this kind of service. Keep up the good work.
Bud Garland Unknown on 17th Sep 2014
Just received my 1st order of 1000 150 gr. SWC 9mm bullets for testing. Only had time to shoot about 15 so far, but they cycled perfectly and none of them tumbled. Donnie M. called me before shipping to make sure he was shipping what I wanted and helped advise me on a way to improve my results from using such a bullet successfully in a 9mm. I am very pleased with the product and the service. Gerald Dunn on 13th Aug 2014