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    need help please!

    hey im new here, i will probably get alot of hating on 9mm, but i own a taurus 1911 in 9mm. and i was wanting to know what the best choice for jhp ammo is. thanks

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    What feeds, fires and ejects the best in that firearm.

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    the "best" is subjective..... and differs with manufacturer, bullet weight, gun, shooting style..... buy a box of whatever ammo you can afford that is going to do the job you intend it to do and experiment....

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    Quote Originally Posted by TedDeBearFrmHell View Post
    the "best" is subjective..... and differs with manufacturer, bullet weight, gun, shooting style..... buy a box of whatever ammo you can afford that is going to do the job you intend it to do and experiment....
    +1, plus it will give you an excuse for more range time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by C1 View Post
    What feeds, fires and ejects the best in that firearm.
    +1
    No matter how much marketing hype is surrounding a particular round/cartrige if it doesn't work 100% of the time in your gun do you want to trust it in a self defence situation? Find out what works for you and the gun and that will be the best choice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by talldrink View Post
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    No matter how much marketing hype is surrounding a particular round/cartrige if it doesn't work 100% of the time in your gun do you want to trust it in a self defence situation? Find out what works for you and the gun and that will be the best choice.
    buy a box of ammo from a few different manufactures and head to the range an put the weapon through the paces and see what works best for you.... good luck, and remember, have fun.

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