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124 GN Precision Delta

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by bkundingerii, Mar 28, 2012.

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  1. bkundingerii

    bkundingerii Member

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    Anyone have any good load data for 124 GN FMJ Precision Delta using titegroup? Any help would be much appreciated.
     
  2. cactus02

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    I have shot thousands of P D bullets and have used standard loading data. I assume this is for 9mm luger. Right out of Sierra book 3.7 tightgroup gets 1000 fps and 4.4 goes for 1150. other reference http://data.hodgdon.com/main_menu.asp
     
  3. bkundingerii

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    Thanks! For some reason my books don't show that load data. Everything seems to be for 125 GN.
     
  4. bkundingerii

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    It doesn't happen to give the overall length does it?
     
  5. squarles67

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    You can use 125g data for your bullets just don't go straight to the max
     
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    I've run 10k of them and have 10k on standby once the plated is gone. I ran 3.8-4.2 without issue and settled on ~4.1 @ ~1.135".
     
  7. brickeyee

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    1 grain lighter is not going to make enough difference to matter as long as you work up the load.

    If these are mass produced bullets they may vary by a grain (or even more).
     
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