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Old 07-06-2014, 06:25 AM   #1
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Default Reloading with berrys 124 hbfp with power pistol

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Old 07-06-2014, 06:27 AM   #2
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I can't find any load data for it in my reloading manuals. Lee 2nd, horaday 9th and nosler 8.



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Sorry it for my sig 2022 9mm

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Not sure where you are looking, but Nosler has data found here.

http://www.nosler.com/9mm-luger-parabellum

Alliant has data found here.

http://www.alliantpowder.com/reloaders/powderlist.aspx?type=1&powderid=8&cartridge=23

Berrys have info found here.

http://www.berrysmfg.com/faq-q21-c1-Load_Data_for_Berrys_Preferred_Plated_Bullets.aspx

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Unless you are using their "thick plated" version, you use cast bullet data. Alliant does not have cast data for this powder. If you are dead det on using it you can try reducing the Alliant data 10% and working up a load. Keep velocity below 1250 fps and you should be OK. Berry's claims 5-8% increase in velocity over a jacketed bullet with the same powder charge. Simply using jacketed data will likely run them too fast and cause problems.

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Yes they are the thick plate I went with 4.9-5.0 grains. It was hard finding load data for those I went with mid jacketed data.

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The thick plate - use the jacketed data provided by Alliant

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Yes they are the thick plate I went with 4.9-5.0 grains. It was hard finding load data for those I went with mid jacketed data.

Where did you get your data.

Nosler list a Start chage of 5.1gr and a max charge of 6.1gr at 1.120 OAL.

You are below minimum here not mid-range.

Alliant list only max at 6.4gr. They instruct the handloader to reduce this Max charge by 10% for a "Start" at 1.120 OAL. That would be a start charge of 5.7-5.8gr. You are well below minimum here as well.
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I got it from hornady 9th it starts at 4.3 and max 5.7



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