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What do you think of my .44 mag recipes?

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by dubious, May 2, 2008.

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  1. dubious

    dubious Member

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    I've got 3 recipes I'm using... I'm a pretty beginner reloader, so don't take these as what YOU should reload. I've got the CC's set for my Lee Turret Press. Please let me know what you guys think:

    Paladin:
    240gr JHP or FMJ Titegroup 9gr (.76cc) 1219fps

    Grizzly:
    310 GR Trueshot HRD CAST H110 18.0gr (1.18cc) 1266fps

    Creampuff:
    210gr BearCreek LSWC Unique 7gr (.76cc)

    I think I've been overcrimping a little bit on the Grizzly's since they show a little bit of flattening of the primer. I'm going to probably lighten the load a little bit, since they are hard to shoot straight anyway.
     
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    those two sound good 8.0 of unique and a 240 LSWC was a favorite of mine.I've never used tightgroup.
     
  3. SEMNshooter

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    I run Titegroup through my 44 mag. I load 200 gn Nos JHP with 10.2 gns. I like the powder, fairly clean and light recoil. Have probably shot over 1000 of them in the last year or so. I am only recommending the powder, don't have my data in front of my, so I won't comment on your loading.
     
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    I run 9.7 of Titegroup with a 240 SWC. What you have sounds good to me.
     
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