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Help - Need Power Pistol data for 10mm 165 grain lead TCs

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by twhman, Aug 1, 2010.

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  1. twhman

    twhman Member

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    I would like to load some nice mild target loads for my 1006. I have 165 grain lead TCs and and 1lb of Power Pistol. I believe that is a pretty decent powder for 10mm. However, I cannot find the load data for 165 grain lead. I found some 170 jacketed data with a starting load of 6.8 grains of Power Pistol under the 170 jacketed. I found 155 lead data with a starting load of 8.6 of Power Pistol under a 155 LFP. Just want a fun load mild/moderate load to shoot at the range and cannot find the load data to support 165 lead TCs - figures I buy the odd ball bullet weight. Thanks for the assistance.
     
  2. TonyT

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    PM me your e-mail and i'll forward a page from the Alliant 2005 reloading guidw which lists loads for 155 and 180 gr. cast lead bullets.
     
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    What adjustments

    What adjustments would I need to make for my 170s based on 155 or 180 data? I am kind of new to reloading.
     
  5. Peter M. Eick

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    If you load for a heavier bullet, you should normally be fine. Of course work up slowly.

    Thus if you have 170's, look up data for 180's and use it instead.
     
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