Making Heavy 160gr Subsonic 9mm Ammo (Casting, Reloading, & Shooting)

For today’s video we do a little casting, powder coating, reloading, and finally shooting for some 160 gr heavy subsonic ammo.  For the casting portion, I utilize the NOE 358-155-TC-AS5 bullet mould which was designed with a longer tapered nose to allow long seating bullet–which in turn leaves plenty of space inside the 9mm case for powder. I shoot the ammo in a few different suppressed firearms including my 9mm AR15 and glock 19. A very quiet, but hard-hitting subsonic load which smacks the steel quite nicely.

Link to the mold:
http://noebulletmolds.com/NV/index.php?cPath=34_265&osCsid=pr9qfllh87bo183c7e8kb6bs62

 

Music Used:
Cartoon Bank Heist (Sting) by Doug Maxwell/Media Right Productions Blues Blast by John Deley

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NickJ
NickJ

Hey Mike, thanks for the trip down memory lane :-)))

mikeysglock20
mikeysglock20

Thanks for digging this one up. I saw it on YT awhile ago and couldn’t remember the powder charge. I’ve done a bunch of 160gr cast for my CZ Scorpion and wasn’t sure where to start.
This helps a lot.

oldgoatfarmer
oldgoatfarmer

Hey good morning did you make or buy the shooting tree? Right now I am wasting money shooting Clay’s off a cheap saw horse.

Loads of Bacon
Loads of Bacon

That snow looks really good right now!

Eagle Eye Shooting
Eagle Eye Shooting

Awesome! I remember this one! Argggh.. All I need is a 9mm BCG and my AR9 build will be done. Hoping to get one before I get my hybrid 46 replacement

tomherb
tomherb

What diameter are you sizing these to? .356″? I’m looking for a good, heavy, accurate bullet for my 9mm AR.