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Old March 24th, 2020, 09:06 AM #11
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I've got 9mm guns, just don't have many .357 bullets. I've got a few boxes of Hornady .355 124g HTP that I should probably trade for something I need more.
I have .357 bullets
I have over 1000 of 148 gr hard cast dual end wadcutters
I also have 2000 of 135 gr Speer TMJ

Iíll trade 1 for 1 for your bullets. Iím in Frederick.
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Old March 29th, 2020, 10:39 PM #12
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I tried to load the 147g bullets but they wouldn't stay seated. I could push them back into the casing with my thumb. On a whim I tried to load some Searra 125g .355 hollow points and they worked. I'm not sure what difference there is between them and why one would work and one wouldn't. Both are .355 dia. Went to the range this afternoon to test and they grouped nicely at 50 yds.
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