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9mm and .40 Chronograph data

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by Bovice, Dec 12, 2011.

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  1. Bovice

    Bovice Member

    Sep 27, 2009
    I used my chronograph yesterday to check PFs on my 9mm and .40 loads. If you're looking for something that works in these calibers, try this.

    9mm 124 grain Montana Gold FMJ
    4.3 grains of Titegroup
    1.145 OAL
    1090 FPS out of a 5" barrel, PF=135

    .40 S&W 165 grain Montana Gold FMJ
    5.3 grains of Universal
    1.125 OAL
    940 FPS out of a 4" barrel, PF= 155

    Both loads will hit exactly where you aim them at 15 yards. I've shot the .40 load at about 50 and it seems spot on there as well.
  2. gamestalker

    gamestalker member

    Sep 10, 2008
    SW Arizona
    I'm loading those two with Longshot. Velocity is slightly higher and accuracy dead on as well. Give it a try, or HS6 too.

    HS6 and Longshot are slower burning powders and very easy to work with. I don't have to deal with sudden pressure spikes when I get near the top.
  3. 1SOW

    1SOW Member

    Oct 28, 2007
    South Texas
    MG 124 CMJ Vit N320 4.20 1.133 1032'/sec 128.0 PF, Bingo-good accurate groups
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