Should I use 115 or 124 grain for practice?
- TorukoLv 66 months ago
Whichever is the most expensive. Success is never cheap.
- USAFisnumber1Lv 76 months ago
Whichever is cheapest.
- Adam DLv 76 months ago
Whichever patterns best in your particular gun. The price for practice ammo shouldn't differ much between the two.
- Anonymous6 months ago
Yes I think you are on the right track.
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- 6 months ago
cheapest one and the one that is recommended for your barrel length.
- daniel gLv 76 months ago
Go with what is the cheaper. What I shoot in 9MM shoots fine in my .380. the amount I shoot warrants reloading and what I get is what I find the cheapest, sometimes 9MM FMJ, sometimes .380 FMJ Brass I look for in bulk, again what may be cheaper. Clays powder not expensive with normal load, A tad dirty, primers all run about the same.
Have near 1000 rounds of each put away and can't see any difference in practice or target.
A gun I regret ridding is a Beretta, 9MM Luger, not hard finding bulk ammo, a hell of a lot more punch, more range.