Long story short, I got 600-700 rounds of 9mm ammo, 2000+ once fired cases (thanks to Traveler), several pounds of Longshot powder, 1000 projectiles, and a Beretta 9mm my wife rarely shoots. Seems I overdid the 9mm reloading effort given the volume my wife shoots. Also seems that 13 month old boys take up lots of time. Ha ha.
So, I need a 9 mm. Problem being, I have never shot one. Never researched or explored the idea. Not sure why given the popularity of this caliber. I tend to swim upriver at times and have 50 bmg, two 10 mm's, 45-70 lever actions, 500 S&W, and 300 wby. All of which have specific purposes of course, but are costly to shoot. I have five 40's, three Glocks, a Sig, and an FN. No idea what 9mm to get. Partial to Glocks, but open to any and all suggestions of course.
My goal for this gun is to justify some high volume reloading on my newly mounted Dillon 550B. Will crank out affordable ammo and would be great to shoot on a very regular basis in part due to having said affordable ammo for the first time. For this 9mm, I am wanting accuracy above all else. And reliability of course shooting less than full power loads, likely in the 115 gr.
Self defense and carry are not a priority. Want to go to range and have an accurate plinker for all practical purposes. A laser might be fun. Steel plates, some paper hole punching, shooting 200 rounds at a time, that sort of thing.
Never really messed with lasers much but would be interested to hear of any quality laser options assuming it is bright enough to use during day time target shooting. Any input on Lasermax would be most appreciated. Especially curious about how well you can see it with daylight shooting.
Thanks for any ideas.