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Went to the range this morning to fire my recently acquired P7M8 and try out some ammunition. Using three factory magazines, I fired about 100 rounds of Federal American Eagle 124 grain without a hitch and later mixed in 20 rounds of Federal 147 grain Hydra Shok. These rounds also fired flawlessly even when interspersed with the hardball. The 147 grain is a round I favor, however, I read that this pistol may have issues with this heavier bulleted round. Does anyone use this round as their defensive ammunition? Thoughts?
 

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EnoreeRiver, thanks for pointing to the right thread. Tons of useful information. Based on what I read, I won't be using the 147 grain for carry, notwithstanding the fact that they seemed to feed perfectly well. I'll probably keep to 124 grain +P.
 

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Tried the Speer 124gr today and it worked perfectly. It's what I'll be using. Thanks, gents.
 
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