Originally Posted by 1911A1
changed 2 things as I had to use round nose projjies [at 135grain with 3.6 to 3.7 grain AP70N powder]
I will be re loading another 150 or so this week for the coming weekend hopefully all will go well.
My general experience is that 1911's like RN bullets, others, not so much.
I have a Colt 1991A1 in .45 ACP RN never a feeding issue, SWC and other,
occasional issues, more then the magazine is full less toward the empty end.
I use cast lead RN 235 gr bullets with Hodgdon Clays for powder, do not recall
the powder weight.