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m*lsurp said: want to start reloading my 9mm styre does anyone know if i can use standerd dies.
p*ts said: 9mm luger? i dont see why not, 9mm is 9mm. great thing about reloading is you can produce your own load to how you like it and how your firearm likes it, for my 9mm glock 17 i use 4.1 grains of Tightgroup with a 124g bullet i like the load and my glock likes the load.
*pcx6 said: want to start reloading my 9mm styre does anyone know if i can use standerd dies. I believe 9mm Steyr is a straight case rather than tapered as in the 9mm Luger? I had a Steyr and still have some of the stripper clips. If the case is straight you should be able to use dies for .38 ACP or .38 Super and starting load data for .38 ACP, do NOT use .38 Super data.
*ndy said: I have loaded it, but rarely shoot it anymore. You can use 38 Super dies (doesn't look like it should work, but it did for me), and start with 9mm Luger starting loads. If they won't reliably cycle the action, work up in small increments until it does. Stop when your MV reaches 9mm Luger levels - the pressure will be lower than for 9mm Luger by virtue of the larger 38 Steyr case. You could probably go higher, but I never saw any reason for that.
p*ts said: ah you see my oops, i dint know that there was a 9mm steyr case, see i keep on telling my grandfather that i'm not a smart ass :) heres a website with measurements for 9mm case's of all kind http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/9_mm_caliber
m*lsurp said: thanks everyone thats good infomation I'll order what I need so that I can start as soon as I get back from Afganistan
s*nray said: There's some data on Relaoder's Nest, but 9mm Para data will do. "...heres a website..." Wikipedia isn't a reliable source. Go here. http://stevespages.com/page8d.htm