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Old 04-11-2012, 05:36 PM
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Default cast bullets in M&P 45?

Do cast bullets work OK in M&P 45's? I'm an old revolver guy thinking about trying an M&P but it'll have to shoot lead to make me happy.

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They will work just fine.
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Default No problem

I'm using commercially cast bullets in my M&P .45 without issues. Just be careful not to attempt +P loads with all lead bullets (unless hard-cast) as they may strip through the rifling, causing excessive fouling and killing accuracy.
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