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Tite-Group Powder

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by geocole, Apr 26, 2007.

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  1. geocole

    geocole Member

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    Just bought some tite-group powder.
    I loaded some and they shot real good in my Glock22 and XD 40 SC. I had been using Bullseye, but this is much cleaner.
    I got a good group at 25 yards using a rest with Glock 22.

    180gr berry's RS (round shoulder)
    4.2 tite-group
    FC brass
    CCI primers

    XD .45 Tactical
    XD 40 S&W Sub Compact
    XD 9mm Sub Compact
    Glock 17 9mm
    Glock 22 40 S&W
    Stoeger Cougar 8000 9mm
     

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  2. RustyFN

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    I love Titegroup. I use it in 9mm, 4 to 4.2 grains under 115 and 124 Berry's.
    Rusty
     
  3. nitesite

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    Titegroup is very versatile in so many pistol loads.

    I try to keep a couple pounds on hand all the time!
     
  4. Black Snowman

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    Tite-Group is by far my favorite pistol powder. It has everything going for it. I load it in 9mm, 38 Spl, 40 S&W, 45 ACP, and 45 Colt.

    For medium to magnum loads I'll usually use cheap surplus WC820 and for the big guns I'm all about the H110. If I'm shooting a big gun I might as well have a big fireball to go with it. :evil:
     
  5. Brass Hawg

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    Not sure what oal you are using but if your not trying to meet a specific power factor, you can drop that load down to about 3.6 to 3.7 for a sweet shooting "pet load".

    BTW be careful of that FC brass in .40. It has a tendency to be pretty weak.
     
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    I've found Titegroup to be excellent in light .357 silhouette loads, .38 Super, .45acp and even light .44 Rem Mag loads.
    Meters very well.
     
  7. geocole

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    oal

    I set oal at 1.120.
    I will try the lighter powder load. My book said 4.0 to 4.7 so I went with 4.2.
    I found out about the FC brass and will use them one time only.
     
  8. possum

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    i like tite-group as well, it is accurate for me in my xd service using 165gr rainier fmj's and winchester primers. so far i have only found one load that will beat it and that is usin power pistol.
     
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