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Whats the truth about a .451 vs .452 "jacketed" bullet in a Kimber 45 ACP? I have heard the rule is .451 for jacketed bullets and .452 for cast. Other forums claim either will work. I just purchased a Super Carry Pro and want to ensure I load the right size bullet.
 

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Welcome to the forum from StLou.
I believe that jacketed bullets with a diameter of .451 are generally used for .45ACP. Those jacketed bullets with a diameter of .452 are generally used for revolvers in .45 colt, .454 Casull and .460 S&W.
You may want to check with Kimber just in case..
 

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Welcome to the forum from StLou.
I believe that jacketed bullets with a diameter of .451 are generally used for .45ACP. Those jacketed bullets with a diameter of .452 are generally used for revolvers in .45 colt, .454 Casull and .460 S&W.
You may want to check with Kimber just in case..
Yep. .451 for 45 acp
 

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Welcome to the forum from NY. congrats on your new Kimber...
 

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Welcome, from Georgia
 

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Welcome to the forum from northern Illinois Defiance.
 

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Hey Ya'll!

Welcome to the forum from beautiful downtown Monroe, Georgia!!!
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As the others have said, .451 is the correct bullet diameter to load for .45 ACP. Load some up, then give us a range report and send along some pictures of your Super Carry Pro. We love pictures here!!
 
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