ramtough47 Posted February 10, 2008 Share Posted February 10, 2008 This is especially for Glock shooters as i shoot a 34.I would especially appreciate any A,Master or GM input ion this. With rising cost of bullets,powder,etc,etc, I'm trying to cut cost where i can,but at the same time i am trying to get better which means shoot more.I am currently a A class Production shooter trying to get higher.For the last two years i have been shooting 147 gr. bullets,either Montana Gold or Berrys using Titegroup powder.My question to all is: Am i better off staying with the 147 or transition down to the 124.If so what is everyone shooting.What about using the Precision[the black bullet]bullet,either 147 or 124. Guys forgive me, i know their are a multitude of opnions out there and some of you are going to say you got to experiment to see what is best for you,and i understand that,i would just like to know what is the general consensus of the shooters out there and what they are using[in Glocks]. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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