Mar 19, 2020.
When you are loading plated bullets it doesn't make much of a difference. If you are loading cast/hitek coated bullets then the .356 is the.
There is some variance on the weight for your 9mm bullet, but it is very little. The plating used on it will determine the exact weight. 9mm Bullet Diameter – How big is a 9mm bullet? 9mm bullets typically have a diameter between 9.02mm (0.355″) to 9.09mm(0.358″). The difference in size will be due to the exact plaiting that is used on.
I've read here and other places about using .356" diameter 9mm bullets in place of the standard .355", and I have no experience with .356 for 9mm Luger use. I shoot a CZ75B, and have used .355", 124gr, FMJ over n320 with MG, PD & some Win bullets—128-130PF. The MGs needed more powder to get.
Buy 9mm Reloading bullets on sale online at discount prices in our reloading supplies department. Barnes, Berger, Combined Technology, Hornady, Nosler, Sierra, Speer, Swift, and Winchester
Mar 16, 2015.
What is the difference ? From what I undertsand , .355 is for 9mm and .356 is for .38 super and ???? I read that some use .356 for 9mm cast.
In my experience, coated lead 9mm's 0.356" bullets work much better than 0.355". The larger diameter bullets are less of a problem in a smaller.
9mm Bullet Size Discussion .355 vs .356 vs .357.
Firearm Discussion and Resources from AR-15, AK-47, Handguns and more! Buy, Sell, and Trade your Firearms and Gear.
9MM 124 grain .355 and .356? Ammo and Reloading
Buy 9mm Reloading bullets on sale online at discount prices in our reloading supplies department. Barnes, Berger, Combined Technology, Hornady, Nosler, Sierra, Speer, Swift, and Winchester 9mm Bullets (.355 .356) 9mm Bullets
How Many Bullets In A 9mm Glock Glock ; Glock 18: 1,100–1,2 hundred RPM (rounds consistent with minute) · 375 m/s (1,230 toes/s) (Glock 17, 17C, 18, 18C) · 50 m (fifty five yd) (Glock 17, 17C, 18, 18C). GLOCK G23 GEN 3 NEW $556.99 was $599.00 GLOCK G43X MOS NEW $842.99 GLOCK G19 GEN 3 NEW $511.99 Shooting & Handling The
The standard 9mm NATO round is a 124-grain FMJ, loaded to 36,500 psi, which is a bit hotter than the CIP standard of about 34,000 psi. (SAAMI standards are 35,000 psi.) Thus, 9mm NATO is an overpressure variant. A 124-grain 9mm NATO round zips along at about 1200 fps and just shy of 400 ft-lbs of energy.
Technically the difference is the actual bullet(the projectile that is shot from the firearm) is measured by weight and a 124 gr bullet is 9 grains heavier then a 115 grain bullet , this sounds like a 9 mm cartridge.
Hodgdon's online reloading data for the 380 ACP shows loads for all bullets at .355" diameter. 9mm are .356 while 38's are.
My lead 9mm cast bullets (ones I cast) are sized at .358". I also shoot .357" JHPs in my defensive loads. If I had to choose between .355 and .356 I would go with .356" as I have when ordering ZERO brand bullets (get the ones for 38 super). If you know what you are doing, there is no reason to be concerned .
9mm Bullet Size Discussion .355 vs .356 vs .357
Aug 20, 2011.
You can fire either one and be fine. Typically, the softer materials are .356 and the harder materials .355. Both will work fine for anything.
In general lead and plated bullets are 0.001" larger than jacketed. So a .45 bullet (0.451" nominal, for a jacketed round) is 0.452. The same follows through.