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9mm 150 Gr. SWC

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    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.

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    1. BEST EVER

      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. on 16th Sep 2020

    2. great bullets for competition

      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.
      on 16th Sep 2020

    3. They shoot great

      So far these have ran well in my P320. Will order more. They are like shooting a hole punch! on 3rd Sep 2020


      I bought a large variety of bullets, including FMJ, plated, lead and Hi-Tech for my 1911 9mm and, except for the lead, they all worked pretty good but none as good as my Para .45 ACP with a 6" barrel. Then I bought a Sig P-210 Target and suddenly most were close to the .45 but the 150 SWC beat it. The most accurate bullet in either pistol. I'm 81 years old, can't see as good or hold as steady as 40 years ago but at 15 yards 5 of 5 hit a 1 inch target spot! Haven't shot my .45 since I discovered this bullet. 3 grains of Tite Group at 1.16" OAL gives 900 fps. on 3rd Jul 2020

    5. 150 GR SWC

      Decided to try the 150 grain SWC.
      Loaded up a dozen at OAL 1.115 using 2.8 gr of Titegroup.
      Shot a 1" group at 10 yds with a velocity of 880 fps.
      Love em so far!!
      on 9th May 2020

    6. Worked in my 1911s

      My Canik, not so much. But..I was new to reloading and had to load REALLY short. Ordered up a hundred, did a short ladder, was very surprised. Very soft, tho probably not at PF, but cycled fine. Would make a great target load for a shooter with limited wrist strength. Is that PC enuff? I had to hone out a Lee seating stem to seat on the shoulder to get consistent OALs. I need to chrono this to see how it shoots at PF before I switch from Bayou's 147 FP tho. Worth a try. on 31st Jan 2019

    7. great looking bullets

      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. on 1st Sep 2018

    8. 150 swc

      I had heard bayou had some 150gn swc in 9 mil and I ordered 100. They looked and felt great and loaded easy. We shot them in both our glock 34 and 1911 without issue. I really like the bullets and will buy some again. From what I have seen the shipping stays the same if you buy 500 or 1000. Would love to see a discount on that. on 22nd Aug 2018

    9. Great Bullet

      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. on 13th Feb 2018

    10. Great for making minor power factor in 9mm

      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.
      on 15th Aug 2017

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