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I was thinking of loading my Beretta M1935 with Winchester Silvertip hollowpoints for carry, Will these be appropriate for the pistol or are they too "Hot" for a sixty year old gun? Any advise will be appreciated and followed.
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these are excellent pistols and made of excellent materials. I do not hesitate to shoot Silvertips in my 1934 and 1935's!

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Thanks Orv,
Good to hear that one , I feel so much more secure loaded with Silvertips than Brazilian hardball!
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Just make sure you do your testing and practice with the same ammo you use for 'carry purposes'. Some WW-2 guns do not like hollowpoints!

It would be a shame to get a 'jam' when you REALLY needed it?

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Hmmm. Never thought about it, but it certainly makes sense.
So, if your carry is loaded with expensive stuff, then, at the range you need to shoot the expensive stuff. I haven't been doing that, but will do so from now on. Once you think about it, it seems so obvious. Thanks
 
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