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Range report: Missouri Bullet Company

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by dsv424, Nov 5, 2009.

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  1. dsv424

    dsv424 Member

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    I have finally found a lead bullet I like to shoot with my Springer Loaded. 200 grain IDP #4-XD by Missouri Bullet. Hardly any smoke, low recoil, accurate, and easy to clean-up after. What more can I ask for! The recipe I used was 4.3 g Bullseye with a OAL of 1.205. Gonna start mass producing this one for the range.:) Thx Missouri Bullet for making a great bullet. I definately will be buying more to experiment with.
     
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    Have been considering missouri for some time. Thanks for the info. Why did you choose the XD specific bullet? BTW, I have the springer loaded as well. Again, thanks.
    Joe
     
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    No special reason. Its just the one I wanted to try first. Although the SWC are bit more trouble loading just because of the shape for me anyway. I perfer to load RN or FN style bullets. I do plan on trying other styles in the near future though.:) They even sell sample packs so I may get one of those to determine what I like best.
     
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    I've read elsewhere that XDs are notorious for not feeding the SWC profile. Have you found that to be true? My 1911s love 'em and eat them like tic-tacs.

    Q
     
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