My standard 9mm ammo has pretty much been: 124gr (preferably jacketed) 4.2gr Titegroup CCI #500 Any brass (usually Winchester) I ran the gamut of 9mm bullets, but I like Montana Gold and Precision Delta. I have run plated Berry and Rainier with the same recipe without issue. But to be honest in the past 12 months or so, my reloading for pistol has fallen off, mainly because I have been using a single stage and turret press for the past decade and a half or so, in combination with the fact I don't compete in High Power Service Rifle anymore. So my reloading 'pipeline' / workflow isn't as optimized as it used to be, and I am not 'required' to commit time to brass prep and what not (if I were competing). Thus, I have gotten lazy / lax in reloading 9mm. I have pondered adding a Dillon 650 to my tool kit. That being said, my go to factory 9mm ammo for shooting is 115gr or 124gr Winchester white box. For some reason I like Winchester 9mm brass. I used to run Speer Gold Dot for the defense load, but have recently been running Hornady 115gr Critical Defense (G19 and G26) and Hornady 135gr Critical Defense (for the G17).