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Anyone shoot cast bullets in there LC9? Just wondering if there's
any problems that might crop up. I shoot cast in everything else,
and have never had a problem. Thanks for any info....
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I have ran a couple hundred cast bullet reloads through my LCP custom and my barrel is still clean. They say to remove all copper fouling before switching to lead and that worked for me. Den
 
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I shoot cast in my LCP all the time..no problems.
I wanted to know about the LC9s with cast.
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I used store bought 90gn sized .355", and they are plenty accurate. I can't find the box but I also checked my Lyman reloading book and they say .380 auto should not be sized larger than .355" if you are casting your own. This is for .380. My book says their cast bullets used for 9mm were sized at .356" Den
 

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If you could get RICHGCOOP off the lake long enough you could prolly get some good info on this subject from him. LOL

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90 GR. RCBS mold, #2 alloy, .356 dia. The same bullet I use in my LCP and 238 Sig. Works fine in my M&P pro and Glock 34.
 

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Hell, I don't see why the right cast bullet configuration wouldn't feed and chamber just fine. I'd vote for a hard cast bullet of actual bore size and lubed well, to do real well in that caliber. (y)
 
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