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Reloading Problems with 9mm for S&W 929

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Despite the issues others have had and the warning from Starline, I have never had any issues with Starline 9mm brass in any of my 929 revolvers. I learned a long time ago running a 646 revolver to use a slower burning powder with a Ti cylinder if you wanted to be able to eject your empty moon clip. I'm convinced the slower burning powder is why I have not had any issues.

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Thanks for your post 

would you mind sharing your 9mm load data with us I’m very interested in trying it

thanks

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Most loading manuals list loads by burn rate. Try a powder from the middle or slower end of the load chart.

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I roll-size and used to bulge-bust and never had an issue.  Even using cracked brass for practice there isn't a problem.  I do also use a Lee U die.

 

I also had a shooter on our squad for the NW Reg. who uses N310.  I thought about it but I've got far too much N320. I do use 310 for Limited.

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I am using TG under plated 165s and jacketed 147s.

 

Cases eject fine.

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55 minutes ago, Demus319 said:

I use HP38 with 95, 115, 147. Never a problem with injecting the spent rounds. 

Have you ever had a problem ejecting spent rounds? I see no use in injecting spent rounds. 😂😂😁

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9 minutes ago, revoman said:

Have you ever had a problem ejecting spent rounds? I see no use in injecting spent rounds. 😂😂😁

 

Everybody knows they eject faster than ones with carburetors.

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