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Precision 125 Bullet workup for a 38

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by caver, Jul 5, 2007.

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  1. caver

    caver Member

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    I can't seem to find any data on these for a workup load. Is there anybody out there who has used these and can give me some direction? Any help would be appreciated.
     
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    I tried some in .45 and they shot well.
     
  4. GP100man

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    id use published data for jacketed bullets, starting loads & work from there!!

    GP100man
     
  5. harbinger_j

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    Not to steal your thread but...

    Can I use that bullet for a 38 Special round?
     
  6. caver

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    I'll try the jacketed load and let you know how it goes. And your not stealing my thread, it's all about sharing anyway. Thanks to everyone.
     
  7. GP100man

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    we expect a range report on that unique dry lube boolit!!!!
    does it rub off ????
    how thick is it ????
    did it ever lead the bore????
    first time if seen em ,but ive cast my own for a while anyways.

    GP100man
     
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    They say on the site their bullets are safe up to 2,000 FPS!! I wish they had .38 bullets in 158 gr. so I could load cheap for my Marlin 1894C. Jacketed bullets are over $75/1000 now. It would be nice to knock $20 off that price. :(
     
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