SR9 vs 147 gr FMJ

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  1. OLDNEWBIE

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    Was shocked to see a few boxes of Winchester white box 9mm ammo at the local Bi-mart! Cost seemed a little high, then I noticed it was 147 gr not 115 like I usually shoot in my Ruger SR9. I passed as I'm a cheapskate until I figure out what 147 vs 115 is going to do for me. Also these were flat nosed. Anybody shot these in their SR9?
     
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    Flat nosed or flat nosed hollow points? You seem to have said both. For defense, I like around a 115/125 HP, preferably well built and going fast. For paper, it don't really matter.
     
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    Regular flat nosed. I think they were close to $20 a box of 50. I did write JHP instead of FMJ for some reason (fixed).
     
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    While I like cheaper the 147 grain 9mm I have shot have been accurate and the recoil pleasant.
     

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