No issues at the time per say, other than memory loss and being cranky, but those were probably due to old age and work more than lead;)
Has anyone else had issues with elevated lead in their body?
Have you gotten tested?
Do you test regularly?
Why did you get tested in the first...
I know it helps to get the bullet closer to the sensors, but it doesn't need to be quite THAT close;)
Maybe I didn't see it mentioned, but the older Alliant data is MAX charges, as I recall they recommended to reduce 10% to start.
Hope they shoot well for you, I have always been happy with everything I have purchased from RMR.
3.8gr of WSF with a 147 makes a nice load around 130 PF
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Hi Vel: 921
Low Vel: 873
I have both, but much prefer the lockout die for pistol since you don't have to watch it.
Just FYI the RCBS lockout die is designed for straight wall pistol cals, not bottleneck rifle.
Powder cop works with both.
(but of course you have...
For pistol I much prefer a lockout type die RCBS vs a powder cop die you have to watch....
The old round tray ones were the best IMO.
and I would say it's a toss up between the new ones (sort of triangle tray) and the older square...
I just use Citric acid it's what you are after in the Lemishine....
I think it is somewhat risky to try to ID powder by sight.
If you are really desperate for powder I would back off to say about 4gr and work up...
I like WSF in 9mm, good stuff.
Yes, 95/100gr normally .380 bullets can be fun in 9mm!
They have not been gone that long but I miss SR7625 and SR4756
Hodgdon lists data for 7625 on their site.
It worked well for me with...
And of course since nothing new microstamps, nothing new can go on the "list":cuss:
I'm sure the State is pleased about...
I will remove crimps from .223/5.56 brass, crimped 9mm goes in the recycle can.
I would need to double check but from and an out of state FFL to an FFL in CA I think I would be ok, but of course it has to be the model on CA's...
Hmm, now I just need to see if I can get one.
I need the CA legal model, which appears to be back ordered for months.
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