Advertise Here. Attention if you have renewed your paid membership on the site but it has not taken effect within 24 hours please send the tech account a private message here to get your account corrected and for further instruction. There is a connectivity error with Paypal and the site Thank you from the management. In general heavier bullets require slower powders to meet factory velocities within safe pressures. The small size of the 9mm case really makes this critical.How I'm Reloading 9mm For $.06 Per Round (Cheaper Than 22LR!)
Finding suitable powders for the grain 9mm made load development in the early days difficult. Today their are several powders that make the grain a great target and general range round without pushing the pressure envelope.
All the best. Last edited by jjfitch; at PM. Reason: syntax. Try something just a little slower, like Unique, Herco, or Power Pistol. Remove Advertisements. Will go with something different, just not sure what.
Originally Posted by apipeguy. Autocomp is a great powder I use it to load 9 major But that is with g. I've used HS6 with jhp with great success. Works good with lighter weight bullets too. Recently, I've played with cfe pistol. It's ok. Jim Watson.
But I load it regularly with published dataHodgdon HP This is a fast burner powder for 9MM, meant to compete with we would guess, Alliant Bullseye. NOT Flake! This is a severely flattened sperical powder! You can tell because the spheres were not same size and when they went through roller to flatten, some when flatter than others, causing different shapes.Product information
Flake powders are pretty round, and uniform. A lot can fit into a case. More than you will ever need. This makes this powder more dangerous if you make a reloading error.
Cleaner than Titegroup and similar in performance. Not as economical though, since you need slightly more powder in the case, and the price of HP38 is slightly more.
This is a great faster burning powder, fantastic. We look forward to the "fast burning powder" showdown to see if this thing can win!
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It has to be up there. Its everything you could want in a faster burning 9 MM Pistol powder Lets take a look at some of the brass Maybe this one is the winner of the "fast" bruning powders for 9MM? Go check fast burning powder comparo!.Click Here To Find Out! What powder for grain 9mm. Right off the top of my head, I have three powders around the house that should get you there: Unique, Power Pistol, and Blue Dot.Vxe
I'm sure many others would work as well. Power Pistol will work very well for what you want - meters well, very good velocity and excellent accuracy. Start at 3. Use a medium taper crimp and adjust OAL using your barrel so the bullet is just off the rifling. PP is a very good powder for 9mm. However it is a little smoky and has quite a flash so is not the best for indoor tactical matches.
As far as powders for g 9mm, the most popular and best powder used by shooters on the BE forum is VV Nanywhere from 3. Other popular powders for this weight include Solo and Titegroup. More details regarding these powders and others is available on the Forum.Le martyre de saint sébastien (e-meridiani mondadori) (epub
Thanks for the replies. I will check the other forums. I checked the reloading forum. Read a lot of posts.Chapter 3 getting used to r and r studio
Did not find any answers the were better than what is here all ready. Still working on it.
Last edited by shotslow; at PM. WR Moore. IIRC, I used around 4. Checking the Alliant Reloading Data site, my velocity was somewhat lower than they get with Speer Gold Dots and their test devices. You didn't mention your powder charge, the velocity or the data source of your loads. WW data tends to be optimistic since they use test barrels that have dead minimum dimensional specs. A truncated cone bullet with a wide grease groove will do minor with ease, minimal leading and cost less than s.
I currently load 3. I don't believe the powder is the problem, but if you want to eliminate the powder as a variable, let me suggest trying WSF Winchester Super Field.I've been loading my 's with 4. I got a bunch of and 's to load and load data with is scarce.
I at work right now, so I don't have my chrono records with me. I'll find my info and post it up when I get home later. I'm thinking your load is a little on the light side. When I used fmj, withI was at 5 grains. I was using a Rainier gr with 4. I just fired a handful of this, did not shoot over the chrono but it was a little softer feeling than factory ammo:.
Out of an Hk P30L was a tad hot. I just got some Montana Gold gr, and am going to try about 3. Should put me at about fps or so with my G Check the Hodgdon website.
If I remember correctly the for gr. My version of that load is:. For my 9mm minor load, I think I'll try your load without changing the setup of my press, since I've got some gr plated bullets from you know who. You can post now and register later. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account.
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Edited September 11, by NickAument. Share this post Link to post Share on other sites. Adam P. Posted September 11, Tags: 9mm. Previous Thread Next Thread. Feb 3, 1. Just switched from Win to HP using the same load of 3. CCI primer and. Problem is I can't find any data for either powder with a. Do I need to pull what I've reloaded and use a different powder?
DriveshaftFeb 3, Feb 3, 2. As far as I can tell I don't believe there is any to be found, I think most shooters feel that it is a little fast for s. I'm sure you have found, there is much anecdotal data to be found on various shooting forums ranging from 3.
I had decided I would start at 3.
I just have never been able to decide which pistol to try it in first! Personally I think 3. But you know what they say about reloading advice on the Internet Come to think of it, now that I'm sitting thinking through this as I type this out, powder is not as hard to find as it used to be, which is why I was looking I think for me, I'm just gonna get off my butt and go get a pound of a more appropriate powder!!
Feb 3, 3. BasMstrFeb 3, Feb 3, 4. HP and W are the same powder.I am struggling to figure out load data for gr Blue Bullets. Apparently there's not a lot of load data available for this setup. Which I didn't realize before I bought a bunch of bullets. Does anyone have a recommendation for powder to use? And a safe starting point? I plan to make up 10 in varying powder increments 10 at each increment and chrono it. I just don't want to blow up my gun or my hand in the process. I've never tried HP for gr, but I think it would work fine.
Assuming you're not running a super short OAL, I'd start at 3. I had used HP for all of my uncoated lead and it has always produced an accurate and clean round. I haven't been using it as much since it had been difficult to find in my area. I switched over to a coated Bullet and Tight Group, but am looking at going back since it has become available again. How short is "too short"? I couldn't pass the plunk test in my CZ P07 unless I seat to 1.
Reloading Heavy Bullets in 9mm Luger
With the Blue Bullet you have to watch the weights. I was practicing at the range some months ago and felt like my loads were hotter than normal. A friend of mine was chronoing in the next bay so we shot my loads over his chrono. They were all hot with a PF of What the hell?? Went home and checked everything and all was good with my set up, so I started weighting the bullets. The gr bullets all weightedbut the average was Typically with my G34 using 3.
Just for the hell of it I made up some rounds with Blues and 3. I called Blue Bullets and asked if they knew the weights were off on the high side and they told me yes they knew the was high.
They said some shooters like them that way so they weren't changing anything. Not a big deal, but my issue with it is I like to know exactly what I'm loading and no surprises. If they weightthen tell me that. Probably my bad for not weighting them to start with. A little extra cushion at the chrono. They are faster than plated. I usually bump down about.
For same power factor. I'm also looking for some good load data for these bullets. I'm shooting a Glock 34 with a stock recoil spring.Most people who shoot a 9mm Luger use and grain bullets, since these are the typical weights for this cartridge. Some shooters prefer a heavier bullet, and the most common heavy weight is grains. The 9mm will handle heavier bullets. Their subsonic velocity is ideal for suppressors.
The usual big name U. Heavy cast 9mm bullets are available from several online vendors. A grain RN version is the most common.
HP-38 and 9mm
Some folks use grain. There simply isn't much load data for the super-heavy 9mm bullets. Powder formulation might or might not have changed a bit since then, so I don't know how valid the data is today. Just keep in mind that the information is 48 years old. They don't list an overall length. As luck would have it, I didn't have any of the powders in the Lyman manual, nor could I find any at local stores. Note that 1. None of the other heavy bullet makers I asked had load data.
I also searched around the web to see what other folks were using. People are using a wide range of powders from fast N to slow Accurate No. My goal was not to find the highest velocities for a given powder, but simply to find some loads that would work and did not have excessive QL pressure estimates. QL makes educated guesses. But it is still guessing, and is not the same as rigorous lab testing with a piezoelectric transducer under controlled conditions.
I report the estimated pressures, but I do not claim or imply that they are accurate. I only report them to show what the QL software calculated. Six bullets and eight gunpowders were used. I loaded 9mm and. The gunpowders were Accurate No. I used Winchester and Federal brass and Winchester small pistol primers. Velocities are the average of a shot string.
These bullets are long, which means they go deep in the case and should be seated to a long overall length to prevent excessive case bulge. Most 9mm brass starts to become thicker right around where the base of these bullets sit. The boat tail prevents the bullet from excessively bulging the brass where it starts to thicken. If the case bulges too much, it won't fit in the chamber. Cases tend to bulge to varying degrees with many of these bullets.
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