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    Quote Originally Posted by QuikCarry View Post
    Hello everyone,

    New from South Carolina and just received the G26 9mm for Christmas. Trying to find good ammo for the range
    as well as for defense, although I do not know the difference between 9mm +P / 9mm P+ ...etc. Any help would
    be much appreciated! Thanks for your time.
    If you're in the Columbia area, go to a shop called Lawman's, and pick up a box or two of Speer Gold Dot 124 grain +P 9mm ammunition.

    Great stuff. The "+P" designation means it's a hotter load, or has more powder, thus a higher muzzle velocity and energy than a non +P round. Typically 25% above if I recall. +P+ is one step above that, but not all guns are rated to handle +P+ ammo, and there is no standard for +P+ in regards to the overcharge, so it can be dangerous to the gun. +P however, works in pretty much everything for 9mm.

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    Hello, QuickCarry, and welcome from Missouri to a really great forum. Good people and info here!

    I'm thinking that P+ and +P are the same - basically means increased pressure over a standard load. +P+ is even more pressure than +P. Many experts think the additional "+" ammo is mostly hype vs giving any real advantage. As you'll hear often, the real key to stopping a threat is the same as the key in real estate: "location, location, and location" (of where you place multiple rounds in the threat).

    For good information on choosing SD ammo, check out this report:

    Best Choices for Self Defense Ammo

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    Welcome. As to your question about +P and +P+. These indicate that they are loaded to a higher pressure. Be sure to consult your owner"s manual to make sure your gun is engineered to handle these higher pressure loads. Shooting these loads in a gun not made to handle them can be dangerous.
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