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9mm-165 RN
  Quantity of 500
  Diameter: 0.356

  UPC: 819304010291

9mm 165 RN
9mm 165 RN
Quantity of 500
Diameter: 0.356

UPC: 819304010291


Product Code: XC9MM-165RN-B0500

X-Treme Bullets are proudly made out of the finest materials available in the United States in order to ensure performance delivered down range with each and every shot.  Our process starts with a lead billet that is extruded into wire. The lead wire is then swaged into a core. The cores are copper plated, then restruck once more. Though not common in the industry, this restrike process produces a bullet that is more uniform, with a more precise diameter and a smoother finish for a better shooting and better looking bullet.

Average Rating: 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 9 Write a review »

  4 of 4 people found the following review helpful:
Nice and soft June 22, 2016
Reviewer: Ian S. from Palm Beach Gardens, FL United States  
Been using the 165gr 9mm for the last 3-4 months. I load 3.0gr of Titegroup and make a 128PF from a Glock 34.

Low recoil round that is great for Steel Challenge, IDPA, USPSA and GSSF matches.

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  4 of 4 people found the following review helpful:
A 3 Gunners dream February 17, 2016
Reviewer: J. Henderson from Glendale, AZ United States  
These bullets shot awesome out of my M&P! I loaded them with 2.6gr of Titegroup at 1.175 OAL which produced 700fps. If you load these bullets to short, the case will swage the base of the bullet and reduce accuracy. Loading these to 1.175 OAL produced excellent accuracy and they feed flawlessly in my particular gun. This load creates a super soft shooting load that has no problems knocking down steel.

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  13 of 13 people found the following review helpful:
BUY THESE!!! October 25, 2015
Reviewer: Anthony Coppola from Blackstone, VA United States  
I have been using their 124gr & 147gr bullets trying to come up with a soft shooting load that will cycle all my guns. These bullets are just the ticket,not only are they the most consistent in weight & size I have seen, they shoot great & cycle all 3 9mms I shoot the most. The loads below were all put together with 3.0grs Titegroup, WSP primers,1.160 COL & a light taper crimp.

Kimber 1911 4in. barrel- 9 shots
HI Velocity 783
Lo Velocity 768
Extreme Spread 15

S&W M&P Core 5in. barrel- 10 shots
Hi Velocity 792
Lo Velocity 760
Extreme Spread 32

Stag Model 9 16in. barrel- 10 shots
Hi velocity 898
Lo Velocity 875
Extreme Spread 23

Velocity measured with Competition Electronics ProChrono 10ft. from muzzle.I also checked the brass for any press. signs by running them through my sizing die, & they resized easier then some of the hotter loads I run.

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  4 of 5 people found the following review helpful:
True Blue Loads September 5, 2015
Reviewer: Steve Moore from Austin, TX United States  
Tested these loaded to 1.15 OAL with Ramshot True Blue in a Walther PPQ navy.

Loads from 3.7g to 4.0g showed no serious pressure sign's, estimated FPS is 800 to 840 (not checked, extrapolated from 147g data)

~3.4g is expected to generate ~760FPS for 126PF, but as yet hasn't been trialled.  

As these bullets are really tall, brass with an internal rim (ie. Freedom Munitions new 9mm) was avoided.

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  10 of 10 people found the following review helpful:
My Load data and impresstions. July 17, 2015
Reviewer: Kenneth Conroy from Chicago, IL United States  
The 165 gr bullet does produce an extremely light feeling recoil.

For my test I used a Glock 17 G4 with a stock barrel. My Crono is a Magnetospeed with the rail mount. I shot 10 round sets. your results may very.

The bullets where all set to 1.155 OAL +/- .001"
The Powder was TightGroup Bracketed 2.4 - 3.0 gr .2gr steps. charged with a RCBS competition pistol powder measure.
2.4 Data Inconclusive Did not Cycle Correctly
2.6 Avg 741, SD 5.5, PF 122
2.8 Avg 773, SD 8.1, PF 128
3.0 AVG 810, SD 9.3, PF 134

Last note. Case sealing at 2.6 gr was poor leaving the sides of the cases notably discolored. 3.0 gr sealed normally.

I have not run accuracy tests yet...

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