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kh*rlingca said: NOTE: NEWBEE at reloading Can anyone suggest a good cheap powder for 9mm target shooting? I was looking and Winchester 231 seems to be what I am heading for unless someone with more experience can suggest some thing better
f*sherking said: hp-38 bullseye imr 700x titegroup
Bl*ckthorne said: I use tightgroup with 115 grain bullet. The poweders listed above are great choices because they are covered in most reloading manuals. Which manual are you using?
sc*tty said: 231 and TG works great for everything I have loaded in 9MM. I have also used HS-6 with 9MM in 115 through to 147Gr with no problems, but the gr values are higher for the loads (6.0Gr+) where as 231 and TG will both have a lower charge therefore you will get more rounds per keg of powder (if that is a factor for ya) FWIW I have settled on a 147Gr CMJ and 3.5Gr TG load for my general plinking 9. Accurate in my P226 and G19 so thats good enough for me. I am halfway done filling up the first .50 CAL can (turret press not progressive :)
kh*rlingca said: Hello Backthorne Like I said NEWBee, my press is still in the mail, I should have it this weekend lee pro 1000 9mm kit, I got the 9mm reloading manual that came with it and I am still looking for 1 or 2 more reloading manuals as I have been told not to trust just 1. any ideas on manuals? Thank for everyone’s help
sc*tty said: Lee, Speer, Hornady are the three I have and they are all great. Loads can also be found at http://www.handloads.org/ but YMMV on some.
*ndertaker said: i use 4 grains of 700X under a 124 grain round nose bullet
C*nuck44 said: 231 and Titegroup both meter well out of my Dillon Powder measure which is important to me. I think HS-6 and Unique maybe better powders for the 9MM but Unique at least doesn't flow consistantly enough through my powder measure so I pretty much stick to 231. All the powders you mentioned will work well in the 9MM. Take Care Bob
t*grr said: The cheapest powder is the IMR 700X, but it has some metering issues. When using less than 4 grains it has a tendency to short change some cases. Squib I use W-231 for my 9MM now because it meters consistently. You set it for what ever powder charge you want and it throws it to within 1/10 of a grain every time. Ive tried Bullseye, Unique, WSF, WST, 700X and W-231 and of them all, I like W-231 the best.
h*wk223 said: + 1 for W231 it meters well and works well.
Gr*ffoneur said: W231 give me same accuracy as factory loads.
P*ulinski said: I use W231 to feed my 9mm AR. Little on the hot side of 4.8 grains :redface:
Myst*c Precision said: I found win231/HP38 to be dirtier then TG. Use TG now and live happily ever after. Jerry
h*tman1793 said: I like Alliant's PROMO powder. It is cheaper than IMR's 700X. PROMO is like RedDot. It currently sells for C$95.00 per 8 pound keg, which works out to around C$13.54 a pound. That's cheap. With a cast lead 130TC bullet and considerably less than 4 grains of powder I can consistenly get 1050 fps. Perfect target load.
b*nchgrinder said: 6.4gr HS-6 under 124gr Frontier CMJ. But I have found 9mm to have many powders which work well.
s*nray said: "...target shooting..." Formal competitive target shooting or just shooting because it's fun? There are match grade bullets available, but they're jacketed. Sierra and Remington both make one. Shooting jacketed bullets gets prohibitively expensive in a hurry. 3.5 to 4.8 grains of Bullseye is good for a 121 grain cast bullet. Oddly the same range is good for a 124 grain jacketed bullet too. Hard cast or swaged bullets will shoot better than regular cast bullets.
S*ndRoad said: W231 is slower than Tightgroup. For less than max loads I use Tightgroup because it is cleaner burning. Both of them meter well. Using under 4 grains per load will make about 2,000 rounds.
C*lin said: 3.9gr titegroup for 124fmj
kh*rlingca said: News update I have my bench, my press and powder. I have W231 and titegroup, i am going to try them both. But I can't find any reload data for 115gr CMJ (copper platted) with titegroup. Can anyone tell me what they use? How my Gr From what i can find it looks like 3.9 min and 4.3 max is this possible?
gr*entips said: 231 is wimpy - max load gives only 998 fps!
C*nuck44 said: Hornady lists 4,7 gr if 231 under 115 gr FMJ at 1100fps. (Work this load up carefully). Not to wimpy if you ask me, That said paper targets I shoot really have never indicated to me they notice any difference in the velocity the bullet is going when it passes through the paper. Personally I prefer 124/125 gr bullets for the 9MM and accurate loads over high velocity loadings. I have found maximum velocity and accuracy seldom go hand in hand. I use Titegroup in my .40cal, .45acp and .45LC but not in the 9MM. Seems to me it is a powder better suited for heavier bullets in larger cases. Probably why you haven't found any loadings for it for the 115 gr bullet. Take Care Bob
s*mulate said: 4756
*jax said: 231 Works But It Is Smokey,i Like Bullseye!
*pdatelee said: Im currently using win231, I would like it a little cleaner so maybe I'll give titegroup a try. Id like to try HS6 but wss seems perm out of stock of it here in Kamloops. Universal was the dirtiest powder Ive ever used, one step down from black powder.
K*kr said: But I can't find any reload data for 115gr CMJ (copper platted) with titegroup. Can anyone tell me what they use? I have used the Frontier copper platted 115g with Titetgroup, I just load them starting on the low side for jacketed bullets. For the lee manual thats 4.5 min to 4.8 max
R*Pete said: 3.9gr/Unique under a 147gr Frontier CMJ. PF = 137. 3.9gr Unique under the 124gr Frontier CMJ. PF 118.