I will agree to this, to a point. For match grade weapons bullet, primer, powder choice lead to improved accuracy. My experience with most combat weapons is that I tend to stick with a given bullet weight/design and modify my powder choice to improve accuracy. I find this requires far less test time and if I stick to a common weight for a bullet (like 230 for .45) my options for bullets are greatly increased.Wulfman brings up a valid point in that various pistols will shoot various weight bullets better. It will be something you may have to test with your new pistol.
I do know Precision Delta brags about their accuracy. Anytime I can get a FMJ bullet over a plated bullet for less money I will take it. Precision Delta FMJ is less expensive than Berry's plated bullets in 230 gr.
I will not personally judge which is more accurate. As I have aged, bullets and guns are more accurate than me the shooter. I can still hit the side of a barn if I am inside.
Thanks, I ended up ordering a few 100 packs to try out. 185 Jhp, 200lswc, and 230 jhp.
Just watch for barrel leading. Most modern lead mixes do not do this, but some may. This is why I tend to go for the High-Tec coated lead. So I don't have to clean the barrel of lead.Thanks, I ended up ordering a few 100 packs to try out. 185 Jhp, 200lswc, and 230 jhp.
Anything different about using lead?