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Post by Bigtrout on Mon Oct 26, 2015 9:15 am

Has any one evaluated the 9mm HAP for group size?  Their price seems much more reasonable than XTP's.
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Post by JIMPGOV on Mon Oct 26, 2015 9:52 am

YEP THEY ARE VERY GOOD. NO THEY ARE NOT AS GOOD AS THE XTP. THE 115GR HAP ADDED ABOUT A 1/4 INCH AT 50  YARDS. THAT WAS WITH BOTH VV330 AND WSF POWDER. JP

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Post by james r chapman on Mon Oct 26, 2015 12:22 pm

Good bullet.
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Post by dronning on Mon Oct 26, 2015 12:54 pm

JIMPGOV wrote:YEP THEY ARE VERY GOOD. NO THEY ARE NOT AS GOOD AS THE XTP. THE 115GR HAP ADDED ABOUT A 1/4 INCH AT 50  YARDS. THAT WAS WITH BOTH VV330 AND WSF POWDER. JP

Every gun is different disclaimer (KC built KKM 1-32 twist barrel):
I haven't been able to see any difference over about 100 rounds each of RR testing. The 10 group 10 shot averages were essentially the same, with the tightest group coming from the HAP rounds.

JIMPGOV:
Where the hell did you find VV330, I've been looking for a year, I'm using WSF and I'm happy with it.

Anyone else try the 115gr PENN SWC?
Since we can't use jacketed ammo for our winter indoor matches I'm going against all reason and loading up some 9MM 115gr LSWC PENN bullets for 50' and 25yd indoor matches. Should be interesting.

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