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If you want to shoot a light fast bullet, why are you shooting a .45 ACP : ]
200gr plated RN, 6.1gr clays – feels like a 9mm, punches thru cardboard like a full-house 230gr.
JMB initially specified a 200gr bullet, but then redesigned the cartridge for a 230gr at the behest of the Army.
I’m surprised Tam hasn’t jumped in here with that already. 🙂
Saw an article a year or so back about loading .45 ACP with 250 grain bullets. I have a few left over .45 Colt bullets, I might give that a try.
“why are you shooting a .45 ACP?”
I like the options it give me. I can load up the 185gr to 45 Super levels and it’ll pack a punch without taking my arm off, or I can load up 230gr cast target loads that just sort of mosey towards the target.
Or I can walk into any store that sells ammo and find some on the shelf.
I shoot a .45 ACP because S&W doesn’t make a 6 shot L frame revolver in .38 Super.
NMM1AFan – be careful when you do that. .45 ACP bullets are usually .452, and .45 Colt bullets are usually .454 in diameter.
Also, I had no idea JMB wanted a 200 grain bullet. Truly he had the soul of a gamerfag.
230 grain lead round nose hand cast by moi, in front of 4.7 grains of Alliant Bullseye.
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