Berry's plated bullets are a great choice in reloading supplies. These 9mm (.356") 124-grain flat point bullets are produced with high-quality standards and hi-tech manufacturing processes. Berry's starts with a swaged lead core, which then is electrically charged to attract the copper plating. Plated bullets are much cheaper to produce than jacketed bullets, and because of the process that Berry's uses to plate the bullets, they are just as accurate as regular jacketed bullets. Reloading offers huge savings to the high volume shooter, and these bullets will save even more of your hard earned dollars.
Note: Plated Bullets are not recommended for velocities over 1200 feet-per-second
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I have loaded thousands of Berry's 9 mm 124 grain FP, all shot in practice or in our local matches. The bullets are consistent good quality, feed reliably, load easily, and give good accuracy at 25 yards. They are on my short list of preferred bullets.
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Q: **This is not loaded ammunition.** what does this mean
Posted On: 4/20/2023
By: Juan Marquez
A: Hi Juan! These are bullets only, as pictured. They do not have cases, primers or propellant. They are meant for handloaders who assemble their own ammunition. If you do not have the equipment you need to load your ammunition, this case of bullets is essentially an 18-pound doorstop.