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.
Bullets are loaded in 38 super +p brass appx 1000 fps. I shoot at 50 yards 1/2 groups till it gets boring. These Bayou bullets work very well and are very consistent and shoot clean. G on 10th Aug 2023
Ordered 1000 of the BB 150gr 9mm SWC to test and try out. I’ve never been afraid to load a SWC in 45, so I wanted the same sort of load in 9mm. They feed and perform great in a full size 1911 but also ran well through a micro pocket gun. Brian on 9th Mar 2023
I love these heavy SWC bullets for my PPC league. They are the most accurate load I shoot, I have ran them with Accurate 2, WST, & Tite Group, and always shoot consistant scores. David on 27th Jan 2023
These bullets are coated to cut down on leading and to make them feed better. I have never had a failure to feed with Bayou Bullets. They are very consistent. I shoot them in competition and have never been let down. Sometimes you have to wait a little longer to get them. I just order extra to avoid the wait. Safe Shooting. Unknown on 10th Aug 2022
Coating, weight, and sizing are always top notch. I am able to achieve consistent results when loading. (only wish that they had more colors so that I differentiate between loads) Rick on 12th Jan 2021
Best polymer coated bullets around; highly recommended. Tom Frenkel on 19th Nov 2020
At Dennis' suggestion I tried these in a 1911 and it finally shoots the way it should. Great product, great company. Jim Makely Jim Makely on 22nd Sep 2020
I've tried many 9mm bullets but always go back to my Para .45acp. This 150 grain SWC in my Sig P210 Target is the most accurate combination I've found. Haven't even shot the 45 in several months since discovering this bullet. RICH WALDEN on 16th Sep 2020
The previous reviewers have it right --- these are great bullets for punching holes in cardboard.
They feed flawlessly in my G34, VP9 and PPS.
One thing to note. Because these bullets are rather heavy, they extend pretty far into the case. If the case walls are thicker than average, as some brands are, then they may bulge the case enough to cause a failure to return to battery. I have seen this only with PPU brass. The solution is to do a plunk test for any ammo that is intended to be used in a match. JFP on 16th Sep 2020
So far these have ran well in my P320. Will order more. They are like shooting a hole punch! Les James on 3rd Sep 2020