40 s&w 180 gr. Vs. 165gr with G23 or G27

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    FWIW: I practice with 180gr rounds and carry 165gr rnd, to be honest I really can't discern too much of a difference in recoil, the 165gr has better properties for SD

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fausty View Post
    i have a glock 23. federal 180 gr vs winchester 165, winchester kicked less, and my groups were better. federal ammo is junk, winchester is slightly less junk. you be the judge, but i did indeed have better groups with a cooler load.
    I have the opposite experience with my 4003. 165's seemed to have more recoil and the winchesters gave me the only failure I've ever had in the gun. I prefer federal for all handguns over WWB.

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