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Load request for 9mm using lead plated bullets

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by littleguns223, Dec 31, 2011.

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  1. littleguns223

    littleguns223 Member

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    I will be reloading for the XD 9mm using Berrys 124gr RN lead plated bullets.I will be using HP38 powder. Does anybody load for the XD9mm using this powder and bullets? Thanks.
     
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    I use 4.2 of W231 under our 124's
     
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    4.3 gr. of HP38/Win231 behind Berry's 124gr. RN. Works for me.

    Chuck
     
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    I use the 124 gr FP HB in my Glock 19.

    HP-38: 4.8gr
    Unique: 5.4 gr
     
  6. Duckdog

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    Use lead bullet data and you're good to go. They used to say that on their site, but I have not looked in many moons.
     
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    6.4 grains of Bluedot @ 1.150".
     
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    Just a FYI that Powder Valley sells @ $14/1k less than your supplier. Just trying to save you some $$$ there Walkalong.

    Bill

    BTW, I use the same 124gr HBRN-TP with 4gr of Titegroup seated @ 1.13" with good results out of my CZ's.
     
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    PV has been out of stock for 124 HBRN-TP bullet (which has been shooting more accurate than my jacketed reference load). TJ Coneveras pricing includes shipping, so if you factor shipping cost for PV, it is $1-$2+ lower per thousand IF they are in stock. :D


    Yes, Bullseye and Titegroup produced 1"-1.5" shot group at 15 yards off hand for me out of Glock - http://www.thehighroad.org/showthread.php?p=7266869#post7266869
     
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