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Old 02-21-2010, 18:14   #1
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question bolt dia.

why are some bullets on sites for 9mm . .355 dia. and others i see .356 dia. can i us 356 and 355 ?

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Old 02-21-2010, 18:32   #2
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Not sure but the .356 could be lead.
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Old 02-21-2010, 18:36   #3
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thank for input.the one bullet i am talking about are berry 9mm RN double struck and coated with copper.
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Old 02-21-2010, 19:03   #4
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Typically lead bullets are sized 0.001" larger than groove dia. Berry's are pretty much pure lead /w a thin plating, so they are meant to be loaded like a lead bullet, often you will see them 0.001" larger than jacketed.
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Typically lead bullets are sized 0.001" larger than groove dia. Berry's are pretty much pure lead /w a thin plating, so they are meant to be loaded like a lead bullet, often you will see them 0.001" larger than jacketed.

these should work in my glock 19 ok then ?
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Old 02-21-2010, 20:41   #6
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these should work in my glock 19 ok then ?
They will work just fine... just don't load them too hot. What powder are you using?
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Old 02-21-2010, 23:03   #7
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these should work in my glock 19 ok then ?
They will work fine, just don't load them using max jacketed data.
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