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  1. FC NT 9mm brass

    That’s what I really meant. I have a bucket of scrap to sell. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  2. FC NT 9mm brass

    Or throw them in the scrap bin [emoji846] Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  3. FC NT 9mm brass

    Yes. Dillon 550. As soon as I feel the slightest pressure I stop and look, 9 times of 10 it’s this FC NT brass. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. How do you reload to chronograph new loads?

    How do you open up the case mouth uniformly to allow a bullet to slide in and out?
  5. How do you reload to chronograph new loads?

    I would never tell someone they are wrong because they go the extra step for accuracy. There are a million ways to skin a cat. I use range pickup mixed head stamp brass and get great groups using silhouette and a Glock. SD’s between 6 and 8, over 20 shots. I compete locally with this. If I was sponsored or made a living at it, I’d probably care a little more. As it is I reload for so many guns and shoot so much, I just can’t afford the time it would take to sort pistol brass. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. Load data for 147g coated bullet with titegroup

    I couldn’t agree more. Which is why I run mine at 3.4grs TG and about 960FPS. I tried every load between “wouldn’t cycle with a 10 pound spring” and “too hot too handle”. I found the same to be true with almost every handgun load I’ve tried. To slow and the groups open up big time beyond about 30 feet. But conversely, to fast and they also start spraying. At a little higher velocity they still shoot flat and are good to 60-70 feet. Beyond that, get a rifle. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. Load data for 147g coated bullet with titegroup

    Notes 2: 3.5grs Tite Group Distance to Chrono(FT): 5.00 Ballistic Coefficient: 0.212 Bullet Weight(gr): 147.00 Temp: N/A °F BP: N/A inHg Altitude: 0.00 # FPS FT-LBS PF 10 957 298.99 140.68 9 947 292.77 139.21 8 959 300.24 140.97 7 959 300.24 140.97 6 959 300.24 140.97 5 945 291.54 138.91 4 954 297.12 140.24 3 958 299.62 140.83 2 938 287.24 137.89 1 959 300.24 140.97 Average: 953.5 FPS SD: 7.5 FPS Min: 938 FPS Max: 959 FPS Spread: 21 FPS Shot/sec: 0.6 True MV: 955 FPS Group Size (in): 0.00
  8. Load data for 147g coated bullet with titegroup

    147 S&S LFP coated 1.125" COAL HS-6 4.8grs 949 FPS (non-coated 974 FPS) G34 Titegroup 3.4grs 968 FPS G34 Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. How do you reload to chronograph new loads?

    Agreed Created: 10/27/17 13:01 Description: Precision Delta 124gr JHP 9MM G17 Open Notes 1: Precision Delta 0.355 JHP 35571 124 0.576 Notes 2: 6.8grs Silhouette Distance to Chrono(FT): 8.00 Ballistic Coefficient: 0.145 Bullet Weight(gr): 124.00 Temp: 97 °F BP: 29.88 inHg Altitude: 0.00 # FPS FT-LBS PF 20 1379 523.68 171.00 19 1370 516.87 169.88 18 1384 527.48 171.62 17 1373 519.13 170.25 16 1370 516.87 169.88 15 1381 525.20 171.24 14 1380 524.44 171.12 13 1384 527.48 171.62 12 1381 525.20 171.24 11 1374 519.89 170.38 10 1374 519.89 170.38 9 1381 525.20 171.24 8 1383 526.72 171.49 7 1364 512.35 169.14 6 1379 523.68 171.00 5 1377 522.16 170.75 4 1382 525.96 171.37 3 1384 527.48 171.62 2 1390 532.07 172.36 1 1370 516.87 169.88 Average: 1378.0 FPS SD: 6.4 FPS Min: 1364 FPS Max: 1390 FPS Spread: 26 FPS Shot/sec: 0.0 True MV: 1384 FPS Group Size (in): 0.00 Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. How do you reload to chronograph new loads?

    Not sure how well this would work with Pistol cartridges and powder, but I started using it for rifle, and it works great. http://www.65guys.com/10-round-load-development-ladder-test/ Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. How do you reload to chronograph new loads?

    When I’m testing new loads I use the caliber specific Lee powder die and Lyman Gen 6, not so much for accuracy reasons, but I find it quicker to move up in .2/.3 grain increments, rather the adjusting my powder measure each time.…if I’m only doing 15 to 20 rounds per charge. I still load them on the 550B. I just don’t use the powder dispenser. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. How do you reload to chronograph new loads?

    Darrell, how do you modify the case to work with the Hornady OLG? I assume you drill and tap, but could you provide a little detail if you have time? In a new thread if need be... Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. I think the Wolff have more squared off edges around the primer cup. CCI and Winchester have more rounded. I agree, both the primer pick up tubes and primer feeding system like the more rounded primer cups better. Fo sure Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  14. It’s not supposed to be in anything. It’s supposed to be adjusted to be just a couple MM away from the rim so that case doesn’t back out. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  15. Also, I’ve noticed that some primers just feed better than others. Seems like the ones with a more rounded cup feed better overall. Everything feeds fine now, but just an observation. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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