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  1. from: "N105 Super Magnum gun powder Slow burning handgun powder filling the gap between N350 and N110. Especially developed for handgun cartridges with heavy bullets and/or large case volume. Reloading data is currently available for the following cartridges: 9x21 mm, .38 Super Auto, .357 Magnum, 357 Remington Maximum, .40 S&W, 10 mm AUTO, .41 Remington Magnum, .44 Remington Magnum, .45 Colt, .45 Winchester Magnum and .454 Casull."
  2. Please specify what has you concerned about autocomp.
  3. I usually load that bullet to 1.095" OAL with all powders. I can't imagine why you're crushing the hollow point, and especially with CFE.
  4. Yes, it's okay to shoot ammo that fits in the Glock, in the Glock. It does not mean it will fit in another barrel since they might have different dimensions. It might also be true that the ammo will fit in the case gauge but not fit in a barrel since they might have different dimensions, too.
  5. Images courtesy of Design and Feeding Reliability.html You're welcome.
  6. It's available. I have loaded some but have not yet test fired it.
  7. People obsess with case gauges. They're handy, but they're not the same as your barrel's chamber. The only other advice is to put the case gauge in the drawer, or use it for a christmas decoration on your christmas tree. The best reloading device for the plunk test is your pistol’s barrel because that’s what you’ll be shooting your ammunition from, not the case gauge.
  8. ^^ THIS ^^ Your barrel will determine the proper OAL.
  9. There is enough room for 3N38 in 9mm cases for 9 Major. Several shooters on this forum use 3N38 with 115 grain bullets, and love it. It fills close to the top, but it still works.
  10. It would be interesting to see the opinions of people who have tested 9 Major open loads with 147 grain bullets compared to lighter bullets.
  11. then please explain why there is so much difference in group sizes when comparing different bullets and powders.
  12. what ammo are you shooting?
  13. you need a chronograph to measure bullet velocity. once you have that, it's bullet weight times velocity divided by 1000.
  14. you're welcome. be safe and happy shooting!
  15. yes. yes.