9mm 120 Gr. TCG - Sized to .356 (Typical). Other sizes available upon request call or email for options.
A grooveless truncated cone bullet that is accurate and reliable.
3700 Count - Case
I just recived a Sig P210 (American) so I wanted a bullet that I would consider as worthy of such a fine machine.
I also have a S&W 952 that I also consider as an excellent 9mm target piece.
So, in my quest to devlop optimal target loads for the twins, I've decided to develop them using the BB 120gr TC bullet.
I finally shot up my "Clinton" stash of LTC bullets so now I'm moving on to develop a most excellent reload for the twins.
Very fast shipping, given that I live in SE, LA.
Matt Devitt on 3rd Jul 2018
Good Quality, Fast shipping & good price. Unknown on 6th Mar 2018
This bullet is one of the most accurate bullets I have used in the past couple of years. I got an 1.5 inch group at 25 yards off a rest. It is very easy to load and it is virtually smokeless. I used Titegroup as my powder which is a fast burning powder and still very little smoke. Great price and a GREAT BULLET. firstname.lastname@example.org on 30th Jan 2018
Fast Shipping, great bullets, I use them in Open Major with no problems. Bret Walley on 6th Jan 2018
120 gr TCG bullets in 9mm. Very consistent and accurate. I like that they load clean and shoot clean. Bayou has fast shipping as well. Highly recommend Grant on 20th Dec 2017
Ordered these a short time ago, I am impressed. I use these for USPSA OPEN div, so I'm getting (1410-1457 fps) 1425 fps avg w these. Unlike plated bullet that plating shreds off anything over 1250 fps, these hold up well and never have problems, they seem to be more than .355, more like .356 or .3565, and sometimes are too tight for my KKM chamber depending on how perfect the bullet goes in the case,
One great thing I like about these is the 120 grain weight, as USPSA major requires a 124 to go 1340 fps, but most guys run 124's at 1390-1400+ fps to work the comp. a 120 requires 1385 fps to make major PF. So a 120@1400 fps is less pressure than a 124@1400. actual weight is like 119.5. I use HS-6 w oal 1.145-1.150 (throated kkm barrel) in my G35 w 11 port comp. scottyd2506 on 31st Oct 2017
I use this bullet for my "pet" USPSA production load. Over 3.5 grains Titegroup @ OAL of 1.045" this gives me a consistent and accurate load. It chrono's at 1109 FPS / 133 Power Factor in a 5.25" XD-M.
Be careful not to load these bullets long, as they will bind up chambering and/or unloading a chambered round if you do. This is not a problem as long as you work out a reliable load *in your gun* before match day. John MacLean on 14th Aug 2017
I love these bullets. I have found them to be very accurate, and shoot great out of all of my guns. The coating keeps the barrel clean, almost like shooting jacket bullets. Best of all, I don't get a cloud of smoke when I shoot like I did when shooting lead bullets. Wade Baringer on 14th Jun 2017
Having loaded many thousands of bullets from Bayou Bullets, I most recently tried the 120 gr TCG bullets in 9mm. These bullets are outstanding and a good value. Unknown on 23rd May 2017
This seems to be the perfect 9 mm bullet it leaves almost wadcutter like holes, feeds perfectly in all my pistols, and does not lead.
It also has a much longer taper than my cast tc Bullets allowing me to load them longer to reduce case pressure. They are the wrong color but I only picked a color because I had to and had no actual preference. Lee Clifton on 14th Apr 2017