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10mm Bullet Length

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by pinkymingeo, Jul 1, 2007.

  1. pinkymingeo

    pinkymingeo New Member

    I'm loading with 10mm 180gr JHP Zero Bullets. They're .610 long. I'd appreciate it if some of you guys with different bullet brands could tell me what length they are. Thanks.
  2. Walkalong

    Walkalong Moderator

    Ranier 165 Gr. TrFP - .544 long

    Berry's 165 Gr. TrFP - .556 long

    Zero 165 Gr. JHP - .572 long

    Berry's 180 Gr. TrFP - .599 long

    Loading for .40 S&W though.
  3. pinkymingeo

    pinkymingeo New Member

    That's valuable info. Should be a database somewhere, but I can't find one. Loading data is all over the place using different bullets. There's a big range of lengths. I load for revolver, so have some wiggle room in OAL, but don't have much to compare. I did find out that a 180 Golden Sabre is .640. That's a long bullet, and should have it's own data like you frequently see for XTPs.
  4. chingon

    chingon New Member

    Precision poly 185 and Hornady xtp hp 180 are both .610.
  5. pinkymingeo

    pinkymingeo New Member

    Thanks! Looks to me like the Zero is essentially an XTP knockoff. Tables show loads for XTPs about 5-7% lower than other jacketed bullets, and that's been my experience with the Zeros so far. Guess I need to use XTP tables with these things.

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