My .45 1911s both like HP38/W231
5gr with a 200, 4.7 or 5 with a 230 all shoot well for me.
(good enough that the me part is the biggest factor)
I would be really tempted to load one at 2.5gr to test what happens.
Only used a little N320 but just guessing of course that 2.5gr will probably...
It will do better than double or none, how much better just depends on the powder, the case, the die etc., but it was never intended to catch...
4.7gr of HP38/W231 makes a fairly soft load
Mixed range brass, Win LPP, charges as thrown after setting measure
Winter usually not much colder than 40 in the morning, 60-65ish in the afternoon.
(rarely below 32 where I am at)
Summer I get payback for mild...
I went quite a while before I got a tumbler(s).
I tossed the brass in a 5 gallon bucket filled with water swished around, dumped water, to get...
I have used both and from some informal testing I would say the same load with a LP is maybe 10fps faster than the SP, not enough to matter.
Oh dear tough call, do I want more primers or Mark_Mark to end up right about primer factories.
If he's right we will never hear the end of it.
Thanks, couldn't remember who made them but seem to recall green and white boxes.
I have more and more "senior" moments;)
With 230s my guns like 4.7-5.0gr of HP38(=W231)
4.7 is a bit softer and 5.0 is maybe a hair more accurate.
Nice, more primers for us, more jobs for people to.
Years ago I got some lead free primers from Livelife (BDS), I forget who made them but they...
1911s in 9mm are just sweet shooters,
Hope you enjoy yours.
I have a been using 10rd mags from Brownells and they seem to work fine in my SA...
Duncan vs Bonata has been sent from SCOTUS back to the District court here in CA.
(Edit: SCOTUS sent it back to the 9th which sent it back to the...
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