If you are talking about ammunition to break it in, suggest you stay away from steel, or aluminum case until after it has broken in, or you may start getting upset by stoppages, and malfunctions.I will be picking up my p320 in a couple of weeks and was wondering if anyone has recommendations on ammo for it. So far I have 250 rounds of 9mm 115 gr FMJ (100 Tulammo, 50 rounds Aguila, and 100 rounds of Federal) All thoughts are welcome
A lot of using lead projectiles is their alloy, and speed, which driven. In most cases match grade cast bullets at reduced velocity are accurate, and economical. Problem in autoloaders, is velocity to efficiently operate the action, if you use a heavier slow moving bullet, you will probably be okay, and not get a lot of leading. Once again bullet hardness, and velocity plays a factor, but normally lower velocities would be an advantage.I am wondering about cast lead bullets for practice, as I cast bullets for my other pistols. I understand that the factory barrels are rifled, and not polygonal. Has the experience with lead bullets been positive?