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.
3000 Count - Case
The 150 gn swc bullets look and feel great. I am not positive of the issue but I have had several fail the plink test. The put an extra large bulge in my 9 mil cases. I am loading off a square deal and have never had this issue before. Will have to check the next one i get for size of bullet. The ones that pass the plink test shoot fine and run without issues. I am shooting them in both a 1911 Springfield, glock 34 and glock 17. Sonny on 31st Aug 2018
I use these to barely meet minor power factor for USPSA. These on top of 3.2 grains of vihtavouri N340 give me a pf of 127.5 out of a Glock 17 barrel.
At that speed, they also tear large holes in hanging paper targets; not what you would expect with a SWC.
Be sure to chamber check your rounds. I'm loading on a Dillon 650 and have since replaced the resizer to a small base die. I still find that these bullets may not mix well with certain brass. Federal, Speer, Blazer, and most Winchester are perfectly fine. Unknown on 14th Aug 2017
It is all I load now in 9mm email@example.com on 19th Sep 2016
I have used these bullets as well as plated and lead designs for several years in IDPA and steel challenge matches. I was never too concerned about pin point accuracy until I started shooting PPC.
Then I did extensive Ransome Rest testing at 25 yards on several bullet designs in several guns.
The results were:
None of the plated bullets did very well.
Some of the lead did OK.
The bayou bullets were second only to a major manufacturer’s FMJ hollow points, but only by ¼” or so.
For that much difference I will stick with Bayou.
John B on 3rd Jun 2015
This is the first time I have used Bayou Bullets. The 9mm 150gr lswc coated bullets are head and shoulders above any "copper plated" bullet. Super clean to load, super clean in the barrel, the wadcutter shape punches a nice hole in your idpa target, no tumbling or key holing.
I use them in my Glock 17 and 34. No problem with polygonal rifling. super clean barrels.
When I use up the current .45acp 230gr PLATED bullets, I will get me some Bayou Bullets in .45!
less expensive, cleaner, whats not to like! Chuck Danford on 3rd Apr 2015