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Problems reloading 9mm for new kimber

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by Suedenflames68, Jun 22, 2020.

  1. JJFitch

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    Glad to hear of your decision to get a finish reamer that can be used to "uniform" all your 9mm barrels.

    There are other forum threads discussing some Kimbers with tight/short chambers that may have missed the finish reamer step!

    Smiles,
     
  2. kcofohio
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    kcofohio Contributing Member

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    That was my reasoning for getting the throater reamer. I figured with the chamber in specs, they may not touch it.
    Hornady 147 gr. Signature ammo would in no way pass the plunk test before in the barrel.
     
  3. p404445

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    Can you give us some details on the reamer, such as part number and where you got it?
     
  4. kcofohio
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    kcofohio Contributing Member

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    http://www.clymertool.com/products/
    You will have download their product list. Look in the section called Throaters.
     
  5. GBExpat

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    That mirrors my initial thoughts preeee-cisely. :)
     
  6. Suedenflames68

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    T35p from brownells is what I bought.

    James
     
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