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Brucenterry

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  1. Brucenterry

    Reloading supplies in Cincinnati

    I asked Country Attic if they could order some, and they found it listed in the Aliant catalogue, but their min. order is 10#'s. Unless they have other requests...I don't think this will happen since they'd never heard of it.
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    Reloading supplies in Cincinnati

    For anyone interested, Country Attic has N320 in stock (2lbs) as of Saturday afternoon. They have almost all Allaint powder too but no Sport Pistol. Have a great weekend. Bruce
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    Reloading supplies in Cincinnati

    Thanks Ken, I asked them to order some and they said they'd call me when it's in. I'll let you know if that happens.
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    Reloading supplies in Cincinnati

    Thanks Sarge, that's where I usually go but they're out of N320.
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    Reloading supplies in Cincinnati

    Where do folks in Cincinnati locally purchase your powders? Thanks in advance, Bruce
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    CCI Blazer Aluminum 115 Grain

    Yes, I noticed it just the other day. A fellow shooter also commented that it is hotter (higher pressure because of the alum. case?) than other brands but that's good if your training....it's closer to a carry round so recoils is more similar. I had no trouble running it thru 2 glock 19's and CZ clone and at $8/ box it's affordable.
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    How to make 9mm reloads equal factory?

    I think I read somewhere that if the bullet is truly tumbling, your velocity may be too low for your barrel. Try upping the powder charge (using a Chrono) to see if that helps. Also be sure to have cardboard behind the target to support the paper or the holes will look like a tumbling bullet. The best luck I've had so far is w/ SNS 135g coated behind 3.8g of N320 at 1.135 in a CZ. Good luck.
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    POI Shift with Reloads

    You may try swapping barrels to see if it follows the gun. Only other difference is the recoil spring. I have a gen4 that does this. Had several people shoot it and tried several brands of ammo but still the same results (high left). Swapped barrels and it improved so I bought a KKM barrel but still not as good as my gen3's.
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    HP38 load for 135gn coated lead

    I'm running the 11# spring as well. I've installed all Cajun production legal parts including that spring. Nothing wrong w/ HP38 (W231 same powder), I only started w/ it because I'm new to reloading and folks recommended it as a good universal powder and it would be hard to double charge based on volume required. I only switched because I heard such good things about N320 and ran across it locally (no hazmat fee) so I gave it a try. I do like how N320 meters on my Dillon 550 sq. deal! Once you work up some loads, test for velocity vs. accuracy. I think you'll find that IDescribe was right on the money. You'll probably get the best accuracy ~137ish PF. You can go lighter, but I don't know that you'll really be able to tell a difference in felt recoil so why not be as accurate as possible. Good luck!
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    HP38 load for 135gn coated lead

    Mike, I just went thru this exercise w/ an SP-01. My barrel my be slower down here in Cincy vs. Cleveland (lol), but it required 4.0g of HP38 to get good groupings. I've since switched to 3.8g to VV N320 (just a tad hotter) because I feel it meters more accurately. Like IDescribe indicated, target a higher PF, CZ's like faster rounds to be accurate. My most accurate load has a 137PF at 1.13 OAL behind 135g SNS bullets.
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    N320 and 135 grain Coated Lead

    Thanks everyone! This helps tremendously.
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    N320 and 135 grain Coated Lead

    Thanks Taroman, 3.8g's got me to your numbers exactly out of a CZ, just wondering how much is too much! I ran 3.7, 3.8 and 3.9g. 3.9 felt/shot the best, not sure if I should try going hotter to see if accuracy improves or do you base the best load on min ES/StDev?
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    N320 and 135 grain Coated Lead

    Vihtavuori doesn't list data for N320 and 135g coated lead that I can find. Anyone know what the max loads so I don't get into pressure trouble? OAL is 1.131. Thanks in advance for your help.
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    If Federal is #1, what's your #2?

    Not to hijack the thread, but I was looking here for primer recommendations since I just ordered a Dillion 550. I'm using the OP's setup in SP01 decocker w/ a CGW Pro Package. I could use suggestions on powder and bullets brands and sources if allowed. Currently shooting 115g and in my first match and had 3 lite strikes w/ factory Aguila ammo. At first I thought I short stroked the trigger, but afterwards remembered it was DA on second pull. Thanks in advance. Bruce
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    CZ Tuning 101 with Professor Atlas

    Biglou13...Yes, I have the 13# hammer spring that came w/ the Pro package. Maybe I'll try the 1200 (11.5#) to see if I get light strikes. bowenbuilt....what adjustments need to be done to the trigger bar?
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