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biogenic 12-30-2012 4:12 PM

10mm puff load
 
Getting ready to test some 180 swc. Starline brass with Colt Delta Elite.
Have some blue dot, bullseye. w231 and unique on hand. Anyone ?

rsrocket1 12-30-2012 4:46 PM

231 is the fastest of the 4 so I would use 4.5g of that for about 850 fps. If you had Red Dot or Clays around, I would use that instead. It would bring the pressures up higher to prevent blowby around the case. 3.0g Clays would give you 800 fps and a recoil like a light 38 Special. I use 2.8g Clays under a 180g Lead TC bullet in my M&P 40 for a super light load that reliably cycles the gun. Make sure you wear a hat and eye protection because the cases eject only a couple of feet and can land on your head (hot, hot, hot).

Bill Steele 12-30-2012 5:06 PM

I think Bullseye is actually the fastest on your list. I would give 4.5grs of BE a try, but rsrockets suggestion should work well too.

biogenic 12-30-2012 5:14 PM

Think I got some Clays around in the garage... Will look for it in a few minutes...

DRAB_81 12-30-2012 6:59 PM

5.3gr W231 & 6.0gr Unique have both been super light, super accurate loads in my 10mm's with 180gr jacketed bullets.

Leatherneck 12-31-2012 7:17 PM

I use 7.5gr Unique with 180gr 10mm JHPs. In fact, I use Unique for all my pistol reloading.

biogenic 12-31-2012 10:34 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Leatherneck (Post 10072010)
I use 7.5gr Unique with 180gr 10mm JHPs. In fact, I use Unique for all my pistol reloading.

7.5 should that @ about 1100 fps ?

rsrocket1 01-01-2013 10:03 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by biogenic (Post 10073698)
7.5 should that @ about 1100 fps ?

Yeah, I don't think that's much of a "puff" load ;)

biogenic 01-01-2013 10:22 AM

oal on the swc should be .125 or .126 ?


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