+P+ bullets

Discussion in 'Ammo & Reloading' started by rv19, Jul 20, 2012.

  1. rv19

    rv19 New Member

    The one on the left is the FMJ bullets my vendor is supplyng me for my glock19. I have tried 124gr hollow point bullets before but this is the first time I bought a +P+ bullets. Now my question is it safe for our glocks? What are the pros and cons of +P+ bullets over the 124gr ones? I intend to use it for home defense since they told me it packs more punch. I'd like to hear your opinions. Thanks!

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  2. Ghost23

    Ghost23 New Member

    +P+ is fine in Gen 2.5 Glocks and up. As long as they have the 3 pin configuration, you should be fine.

  3. EvilD

    EvilD New Member

    The advantage of +P+ is it is a hotter round. The Federal 9BPLE has good street cred and has been around for a fairly long time. The disadvantages are, possibility of over penetration and increased recoil. Unless you are a very well seasoned shooter forget about double tapping somebody with it, which defeats some of the advantage 9 has over other calibers.
  4. rv19

    rv19 New Member

    My vendor told me just to play safe is that I insert it alternately with 124gr bullets. That's why it got me a bit worried if it will be safe on my glock19. By the way mine is Gen3.
  5. Danzig

    Danzig I do hood rat sh%t! Supporter

    Can't imagine it being as hot as the .357 sig.
    Which is pretty hefty in the recoil and blast department.
  6. bfish

    bfish Member

    I've shot +p+ and as stated it has a lot more pop... Just see what you think. I would rather just go .40 I think. Or a regular 9 to keep shot count up. It's just much more snappy IMO... I'm interested to hear what others think though. There is nothing wrong with it at all! My good friend carries +p and shoots well with it
  7. rv19

    rv19 New Member

    I cant wait to try it out at the range!
  8. Webphisher

    Webphisher Duct Tape, Alabama Chrome

    The only thing I've read from Glock is that they dont recommend feeding it a steady diet of +P as some components may wear out early. Recoil springs mainly. Other than that the letter I read, which I believe was posted somewhere on this site, said you should be alright.