I am VERY new to firearms so please bear with me.
When I start shooting regularly I want something that has zero lead on the outside of the bullet. So something that will reduce exposure to lead from handling the bullet. Based upon my minute amount of research I believe this is called a "Total Metal Jacket" bullet, or TMJ, right?
If I wanted to reduce lead exposure from both firing and handling of ammunition, I should be purchasing "TMJ" bullets?
Is there a functional difference in standard bullets and TMJ? What about FMJ? Does FMJ have lead exposed? From what I have read FMJ seems to have some exposed while TMJ has none. Is this right?
Can TMJ bullets be used in all 9mm pistols? And revolvers?
Again, I really am new to this stuff so bare with me! Thank you.