Users' questions

Does 115 grain have more recoil than 124 grain?

Does 115 grain have more recoil than 124 grain?

This may be a silly question but i found the recoil while shooting at the range 115 grain had more recoil than a 124 grain. The pistol was virtually recoiling too much and hurting my hand.

Is 115 grain 9mm good for range?

The goal is to point out that the 115 gr. FMJ 9mm round is a great choice for practice and for matches, but don’t load your self defense handgun with that same ammunition. The safest choice for self-defense purposes is a hollow point round, regardless of the caliber.

What is the best grain count for 9mm?

The usual bullet weights for 9mm Luger range from 115 to 147 grains. Lighter and heavier bullets can be had, but they are not common for factory loads. The heavy bullets are generally 158-grains, but 165-grain bullets can also be had.

What is 124 grain?

124 Grains =. 8.0350648 Grams. (rounded to 8 digits) A grain is a unit of weight originally based on the weight of a seed, but now defined as 1/7000 th of a pound. It is used to weigh bullets, arrows, and sometimes medication. A gram is a unit of weight equal to 1/1000 th of a kilogram.

What is 9mm 115 grain?

A powerful ammo family – One of the new ammunition types is the 9mm Di-Cut 115 Grain – a premium round designed for use for self defense and law enforcement in operational areas requiring high stopping power while avoiding collateral damage.

What is 115 grain ammo?

Grain (often written as gr) refers to the weight of a bullet. The 115 gr 9mm bullet is the standard weight for the 9mm Luger, while the slightly heavier 124 gr bullet is the military style 9mm NATO.

What are grains in bullets?

The grain of a bullet is the weight, in the scale of grains, of the projectile (more detail oriented reloaders and the like may also account for the weight of the lubrication applied to the bullet to seat it into the case). One grain is apx. equivalent to 0.06 grams.