Berrys plated lead bullets in an m&p9c?

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    Berrys plated lead bullets in an m&p9c?

    Any reason I shouldn't use 115g plated lead from berrys in my m&p9c?

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    None that I know of. I would load'em .

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    I've been loading a few for my CW9

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    I've shot a bunch of them. No problems.
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    I load straight lead bullets for my daughters,never had a problem
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    Buddy uses lead for his M&P 9mm and hasn't had a problem yet

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    I have shot plated bullets through all of my M&Ps without any issues.

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    excellent. I have an order for 1000 in. Brass in the tumbler. I realize this isn't in the reloader forum, but does anyone have a recipe they like for 115gn berrys 9mm?

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    Keep 'em under 1100 fps and you're golden.

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    I've been playing with 7.5 gr Accurate #7 with the Berry's 115 gr RNDS bullets at 1.13" oal. Fairly "mild" load.

    I'm a rookie loader, so don't take my personal experience as advice

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    I just loaded over 750 9mm using power pistol and Berry's 115gr plated rnds. couple hundred more to go. running low on brass. as stated before load under 1100 fps.
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