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  • #48166
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    Hello friends. This is a place to publish your load recipes and pet loads etc etc etc.

    To those reading these pages, please remember to proceed with caution. We have a lot of handloaders here who push the ragged edge. While I do not discourage this, please be aware that you use these loads at your own risk.

    Caveat Emptor!!!!

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    Woohoo !

    Also kids before going all out remember that everything matters and 5 identical chambers cut with the same tools on the same day might behave differently with any given load .

    I was just reading about one where a guy was using data from manufacturers and blowing primers below book max loads ……come to think of it I have too …….once with pretty sedate loads .

    Proceed with best practices . Don’t follow me I’m either lost or about to do something stupid that probably works but not for the reasons it should .

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    357 Sig

    .357 Sig

    115gr Noe sized to .357

    7.5 grs Unique shoots well.

    Berry’s Plated 115gr  12.5grs Accurate #9 again comforable accurate load .

    will soon test the 115gr NOE with 9 grs of Acc#9  tried 122.5 grs (edit this a day after posting my keyboard sometime sticks ssoooo its 12.5 gr NOT 122.5grs)  didn’t produce the accuracy I was seeking   not a bad load just could be better….

    45 ACP

    200gr RNHP NOE RG4 Mold … 4.5grs American Select …. slow …..accurate extremely deadly with soft alloys

     

    yes folks all these are well below everyones listed load data

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    the 115gr cast with 9.0 grs of accurate#9 was a tad too low… need to add more powder…

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