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Whats Your Favorite Missouri Bullet Load

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by My(2)Cents, Aug 3, 2009.

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  1. My(2)Cents

    My(2)Cents Member

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    So far I've done 5.0 gr of bullseye with there IDP #1 200 gr LSWC. Also I've done 4.3 and 4.5 gr of Red Dot with the Bulllseye #1 200 gr LSWC.
    I tried a few of the 230gr RN and the 200gr RNFP. All of this out of a EAA Witness Compact .45 . I liked the 200gr RNFP because I had no feeding issues.
    Lets see if we can get this going to see what everyone uses in there missouri bullets. I'm about to start loading .380 any good missouri bullet loads out there?
     
  2. Corner Pocket

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    Favorite food of my Beretta PX4 Storm .45

    I've loaded about 1,500 of their IDP #4-XD 200 gr RNFP bullets thus far. These are with three different recipes, all three with OAL set at 1.210.

    -- Bullseye 4.1 gr
    -- Unique 5.5 gr
    -- HS-6 8.4 gr

    I am happy with each of these loads, and with several hundred of each of them now fired through my new .45, it seems to enjoy eating each of these recipes. Cool! ;)

    Corner Pocket
     
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  3. floydster

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    All Missouri bullets,
    45ACP 3.9 gr. Trail Boss Soft Ball RN 230 gr. ( my favorite load)
    45 ACP 5.2 gr. Bullseye IDP #1 200 gr. LSWC
    45ACP 4.2 gr. Bullseye IDP#1 200 gr. LSWC
    38 SPL. 3.7 gr. Trail Boss 38 Match 158 gr.LSWC
    38 Super 4.2 gr. 231 Sub Sonic 147 gr.
    9mm. 3.3 gr. Bullseye Small Ball 125 gr.

    Another one of my favorites is:
    45 ACP 5.2 gr. Bullseye IDP #4 200gr. RNFP

    Thses are all excellent loads my guns.
    Floydster
     
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  4. halfded

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    45 colt 4 5/8" barrel ruger vaquero:

    200 grain LRNFP over 6.2 grains of trailboss, OAL 1.567 give or take. Accurate, low recoil round.

    200 grain LRNFP over 6.6 grains of Red Dot, same OAL. Just as accurate, if not more so, than the trailboss; recoil has a little bit more attitude to it.

    Gonna start working up a good target load for 38 special soon using Missouri's 158 grain LSWC.
     
  5. Landric

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    Lets see:

    .45 ACP:

    250 grain RNFP (BHN 12), 4.0 grains Trail Boss, Wolf LP Primer
    200 grain RNFP (BHN 18), 5.0 grains Titegroup, Wolf LP Primer

    .44 Russian:

    240 grain RNFP (BHN 12), 4.2 grains Titegroup, Wolf LP Primer

    .38 Special:

    158 grain RN (BHN 12), 6.5 grains HS-6, Winchester SP Magnum Primer

    .32 S&W Long:

    100 grain RNFP, 2.0 grains Trail Boss, Federal SP Primer
     
  6. RichardKCMo

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    .38 swc 158gr. 2.7gr. trailboss very little recoil and almost no smoke.
    Seems kinda' like throwing rocks,lots of fun, will work up from there.
    I hope it doesn't lead the barrel as their lcswc bullets are 16 on the hardness scale.
    I have heard that shooting a hard bullet slow can cause that.
    Richard
     
  7. Roccobro

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    But what about their new .380's??? lol

    Justin
     
  8. 8ring

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    Here's what I use in a SW 625 .45 acp revolver with 5" barrel Federal Primers used in all loads:

    230gr Soft Ball:

    3.7gr Clays. Nice load that makes major PF easily.

    3.8gr N-310. Better than the Clays load, more consistent, softer, and less smoke.

    200gr RNFP

    4.8gr American Select. The load feels good and is accurate but leaves some unburned powder and a little lead in the barrel.

    5.1 gr. Winchester Super Target. WST is superb in medium loads with lead bullets.

    Chris
     
  9. My(2)Cents

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    I think I found my fav .45 target load with missouri bullets. A 200gr LSWC pushed out with 4.2Gr of Bullseye. gives it almost no kick and keeps it on target. also keeps the brass from flyin' away. If all you want is to punch neat holes in paper this is your load. This load is shot out of my EAA Witness compact and it cycles with no problems.
     
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    #1 45 acp 200 grains SWC win: 231 4.9 grains my 1911 SA
    I am going to try some clays with the above bullet in around 3.6 charge to start
     
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    45ACP 200gr SWC, 6.0gr Winchester WSF, Federal large pistol primers.

    Out of my H&K 45 USP Compact yields 1.17" groups at 25 yds.
     
  13. TigerBight

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    new 380

    I been playing with the new 380 and it is a winner. I started with 2.2 then to 2.4 of win 231 small pistol primer and a oal of .970 works like a champ for a light starting load. I could shoot all day long with these 2 loads. I am trying a couple other loads tomorrow. the 2.2 crono at 600 fps the 2.4 were 650 fps these loads shoot like a 22 would make great new shooter loads. I am useing a ruger lcp the rounds cycled perfect. great bullet missouri bullet I think I will order some for my 10mm.
     
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    TigerBight- Any signs of leading with those powderpuff loads? Are you using other lubes with the factory blue?

    Thanks!

    Justin
     
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    no lead so far, those were starting rounds I wanted to start low and work up 2 tenths at a time. Today I bummped them up to 3.2 and they seem to perform closer to factory loads. I will use the lower powder rounds to start training my young daughter.
     
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    Thanks for the response. :)

    Justin
     
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    40 s&w

    Does anyone shoot 40 S&W from MBC if so do you have any load data? Thanks
     
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    5.8grns Unique pushing 45ACP 230 soft ball
     
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    Wilki713,

    I use the 170 LSWC from MB. I've had great results with 3.0 grains of Clays and 3.0 grains of Bullseye. I have also used 3.4-3.6 grains of WW231. No leading in my CZ-75/.40.

    I use a lot of MB's 185 and 200 LSWC's through my 1911's, CZ-97, Sig 220, and Witness .45.

    In my CZ-97, 3.6 grains of Bullseye will do 1.0", and 3.6-3.8 grains of Clays will do the same. My all time best ever group uses a 185 LSWC, 4.6 grains of WW231, 1.240" OAL - 5 rounds in 9/16" at 25 yards, again in my CZ-97.
     
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    4.5g of Trailboss behind their 180g .401 roundnose flatpoint in my .38-40 Winchester 1873.

    Feeds nice, practically no recoil, accurate.
     
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    Wilki713 - Missouri 180gr truncated cone bullets with 7.6gr AA#7 gives ~1.4" groups at 25 yds out of my P229. Using same powder and charge, I got <1" groups using similar Magnus bullets. Point of impact was the same for both bullet manufacturers. Difference in grouping is most likely due to my shooting....cup of coffee earlier and a hot day out with the Missouri bullets.
     
  22. Wilki713

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    Thanks for loads for 40 S&W.
     
  23. My(2)Cents

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    .380 Tested loads

    Well just got back from the range! Tested the 95gr .380 LRN bullets from missouri. Rds were tested with 2.8, 2.4, and 2.0 gr of Red Dot, outta my wifes .380 bersa. 2.8 felt about like the factory loads that we had and the 2.0 felt to weak and my guess is it wouldn't be accurate out past 7 yds. Now the 2.4 felt great and is goin to be my target load for this bullet.
     
  24. ezypikns

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    Please excuse a dumb question.

    What is a Missouri Bullet?
     
  25. MissouriBullet

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    It would be one made by Missouri Bullet Company!

    :)

    Brad
     
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