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This is a discussion on Hollow points within the Ammunition forums, part of the Gun Forums category; Can anyone recommend a good Hollow point CCW ammo recommendation? I am using a Kel-Tec PF9 and need some carry ammo Thanks all...

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    Hollow points

    Can anyone recommend a good Hollow point CCW ammo recommendation? I am using a Kel-Tec PF9 and need some carry ammo Thanks all

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    gold dot, hydrashok, or cor-bon

    Check if the PF9 can handle can handle +P or +P+, and consider that for CCW... though not for plinkin'

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    I like the Cor-Bon DPX

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    Thanks guy, for some reason it is stressed to use very little if any +P or +P+. Anyone have a good site where I can get this mentioned ammo? Gander Mountain did not have the Gold dots in my size (only for the 40). I def need to get some carry ammo this Remington UMC target ammo wont cut it. Thanks all!

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    For a non +P jhp I like the Federal Hydra-Shok and the Hornady TAP. I have a 9mm XD and the only JHP I've fired through it are the Cor Bon 'standard' +P JHP.

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    there are tons of places to get the ammo. Corbon and Powerball can be bought on their website. Other than that there is Cheaperthandirt.com or Sportsmansguide.com that offer a wide selection of ammo.

    I carry Speer Gold dots in my Steyr M9 and in my Beretta 8040



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    Corbon 'DPX'

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    I picked up a pack of 9MM LUGER 124 GR TAP - FPD

    https://www.hornady.com/shop/?ps_ses...77ec955c5e4171

    Thanks all

    P.S. Whats so great about the "black" casing? My friend told me its non corrosive? Thanks guys

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    If you go to the TAP website they will explain why the casing is black (it's nickel) and why they selected nickel plated cases as opposed to brass (gold) or aluminum (silver).

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    Plus, black is tacticool

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