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Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by floydster, Jun 9, 2011.

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  1. floydster

    floydster Member

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    In my 9mm's running cast bullets, I can't get a handle on this powder, I cannot get a good load to save my life, any other powder I can get a good load on a workup, but this one has me baffeled---has anyone had sucsess with titegroup?
    I am shooting out of CZ's.
    Thanks, Floyd
     
  2. loadedround

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    Hodgdon Powder co lists several loads with Titegroup and lead bullets. Check these loads out at their website www.hodgdon.com
     
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    Unique works well for cast lead 9mm.
     
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    I have always had very good luck with Titegroup. It measures well and works great. I will say that Titegroup and cast bullets don't usually make a good combination though. Titegroup is a very hot burning powder that isn't well suited for lead bullets. Just for reference though, what loads have you worked up with it and what problems are you having?
     
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    Floyd, suggest you move to slower buring powder Universal comes to mind, and this out to help. If you feel rich get some N320.
     
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    titegroup and lead don't play well together. expect alot more smoke than normal.
     
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    i shoot almost nothing but cast bullets in my pistols. i have no problem with titegroup loads, nor do i with hp-38, aa#2, h-110, or bullseye. i load bullseye the most. it flows very well through my little dandy powder measue, and in my area, it is one of the less expensive powders around.
     
  8. floydster

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    Thanks guys for the replys--I am giving up on Titegroup with cast bullets in the 9mm.
    The other powders I use are Unique, 231, HP38 and Bullseye---even Red Dot, and I can dial in a good load with all of them, however Bullseye is my favorite.
    I shoot 124gr. and 147 gr. in the 9's.
    Starting with 3.2grs up to 4.1grs. of TG in 2gr. steps none of them shot within 6" at 30 feet, other loads I can keep within 3".
     
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    Titegroupo is a very hot burning powder. I would not use it for cast bullets. I did use it for jacketed bullets in 9mm but finally settled on using either Bullseye or WSF. W-231 seems to work well with the 147 gr. lead bullets in 9mm at ca 900 fps.
     
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