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10MM-155gr. Cast bullet Data??

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by billybob44, Sep 8, 2011.

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  1. billybob44

    billybob44 Member

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    Got a new Aftermarket barrel on it's way for my G-20. Any suggestions for a good target load with a 155gr. TC bullets?? Thanks in advance..Bill.:)
     
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    I've used w231 with 175gr lead swc bullets in my Glock 20. They were very accurate out of my factory and aftermarket barrel. Lyman list data for a 150gr bullet so that would give you a good starting point. I don't remember the load i used but it was just hot enough to cylce the gun smoothly.
     
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    I am currently loading Unique with the 155's. PM me if you want the details and I can point you in the general direction. Shoots a quarter at 20 yards, and I am not looking for accuracy, so that is good enough for me. Out of a Sig 226
     
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    Try the Alliant powder website as well. I use a lot of Unique for target and Blue Dot for higher velocity rounds. Rainier will tell you to use the lead bullet data for plated bullets. I do similar but will load plated to max of 1,100 fps
     
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    I really like 155gr SWC over a load just under max of Unique in my M&P40.

    I had leading with mid-book loads under 180g hardcast, but my gun really liked the 155gr--both for minimal leading, and consistent POA/POI with jacketed 180gr loads.

    I'm told that Titegroup is a lot cleaner powder, but I haven't found any book loads for it with lead. It is my go-to powder for jacketed pistol loads, though.
     
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