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  1. I have been loading 9mm major with Hodgdon HS6 and 115's pushing FMJ bullets around 1500fps and love the feel of the ammo in my blaster. Between the cost of components and all the time wrapped up in the reloading, prep, pickup and QC I figure I pay a healthy price per round (time is money). I approached a local ammo company about the possibility of having them load my 30k 9mm for the year and they let me know they would be happy to load factory new (not reloaded brass) 9mm major ammo (115's and 124's) to my specs if there was a bigger market for this specialized ammo. I figured I would start here... I realize that making major is critical to USPSA open shooters and that different barrel lengths, rifling etc will affect velocity and performance. With that said, If you could buy 9mm major that passed a chrono, was accurate and at a fair price (In say 1-5k orders) that was factory new would you be interested or are you just as addicted to reloading as you are to shooting?
  2. I'm looking for a start recipe for Hodgdon LongShot aka LOUD Shot !!! for a 115gr or 125jhp 9mm Major bullet ... 4 port comp, no pop holes, 5.4" barrel, 5" open gun ...
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