Casting 9mm bullseye bullets

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Casting 9mm bullseye bullets

Post by lablover on 8/13/2017, 8:17 am

Posted this question on castbullets.com as well.  I figure those here may be better in the know.  Want to give my XDM 5.25 match a go at some CMP match shooting next year.  Gun seems to like 147gr JHP from zero but I'd love to be able to cast up some and give them a try.  Was wondering if anyone here has cast some 9mm bullets and had good luck.  Kind of give me a starting point.  Those molds aint cheap...LOL

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Re: Casting 9mm bullseye bullets

Post by CR10X on 8/13/2017, 9:02 am

You might want to read the CMP rules before spending any time or money on this.

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Re: Casting 9mm bullseye bullets

Post by lablover on 8/13/2017, 9:07 am

CR10X wrote:You might want to read the CMP rules before spending any time or money on this.
Oh yea, I don't think cast is allowed..Cast would be for practice.  Pretty sure the XDM is allowed however...Heading to rules now

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Re: Casting 9mm bullseye bullets

Post by Ghillieman on 8/17/2017, 1:51 pm

Cecil is right, no lead bullets. But plated is allowed now. I've had good luck with Xtreme Bullets plated 45's, 870's with the wadgun.
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Re: Casting 9mm bullseye bullets

Post by dronning on 8/17/2017, 2:45 pm

+1 XDM is allowed, I think there was one in the top 10 of the Presidents 100.
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