Re: .40 Grains for the Range
Thank you for the info. That gives me an idea on ammo cost. Now that I know what grain to look for, it seems like I can find it cheaper than 9mm, or about the same cost. 180 grain is the most common weight Iíve seen mentioned, but till the last week or two, I have mostly ignored any threads to do with .40, so was curious as to what is common for the range. Whether I actually buy a .40 or not is uncertain. I certainly have no need for another center fire hand gun. I marvel at the beauty and engineering and close tolerances of a well built hand gun, and Iíd just like to have one, and I see no reason to not try a new caliber if I do this.
As for my 9mm, I shoot targets with 115 grain. I do not carry, or even keep a loaded gun in the house, but if strange things start happening in the neighborhood, I do have a box of 124 grain Gold Dot HPís, and have some Winchester Ranger in 124 grain +p that I have shot at the range.
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