GUN Recommendations for new 9mm mfg.

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  1. Shaggy007

    Shaggy007 New Member

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    Websites to purchase through would be appreaciated well.

    The selection in my area isn't that great to begin with, and I'm looking to try some new ammo but don't want to buy some junk stuff. Looking for both something to plink with and to use as self defense rounds.

    I've so far tried WWB, and Wolf (was hard to find in my area), Remington umc for plinking, and am using speer gold dot for my self defense round.

    I've seen Silver Bear but don't know anyone that has used it. Also have heard some people liking cor bon
     
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    If you need more Gold Dots try Mirage Technologies, they are supposed to be great to deal with and its something like 50 rounds for $13, I plan on ordering from them after I pay rent if I have enough money left. From what I've heard everyone really likes the new Cor bon DPX bullet but I havent found anyone other than corbons own website that has it yet.
     
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    I've used silver bear for plinking, its about the same as Wolf.
     
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    So cheap, reliable, but dirty.
     
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    Yep, I've ran it through a couple handguns and my AR15 it worked fine in them all, I think I may of even paid less then Wolf for the 9mm at a local shop.
     

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