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My first outing with CM9 went great ran 150 rounds. Awesome little gun. Only 1 FTF shooters fault. As for the gun it was flawless.

100 ronds WWB 115 gr. flawless
50 rounds Blazer 124 gr. +P 1 FTF operators fault

Happy Happy Happy owner.
 

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Welcome Axe281 and glad to hear as I have a CM9 with 0 problems!
 

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I was wondering how about how the WWB would shoot. Can't remember the name and hadn't heard of it before.
 

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I like win brass, but I don't shoot wwb
Why no wwb toney? I've been shooting it as the gun range sells if for target Practice.
 

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Sorry Toney. Squib = a small firecracker. Accurate?? like in shooting accurate?
 

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I weighed the rest of the box that we had the squib. The weight different between the lightest and heavy was more than the weight of the powder charge.

Oal is all over the place... heck, there might be more than one type bullet in the same box...
 

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They gun seemed to really come alive with the blaze 124 gr. +p ammo compared to the WWB 115 gr. I noticed the spent casings of the WWB was a lot nastier tha the blazer. Don't know if that means anything.
 

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They gun seemed to really come alive with the blaze 124 gr. +p ammo compared to the WWB 115 gr. I noticed the spent casings of the WWB was a lot nastier tha the blazer. Don't know if that means anything.
I remember recently reading use of the + loads will eventually wear on the gun more than the recommended loads BUT then I thought I could use the lessor for practice and CC with the +loads for better protection.
 
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