.40 S&W 180gr. JFP

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  1. hellsreach

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    I need the reload information for the follow, if anyone has experience.

    I'm using .40 S&W Berry's Jacketed Flat Point 180 gr. Bullets, and either Titegroup or Bullseye powder (though I think Titegroup may be better since it is a but slower burning.)

    Ironically, none of my (whopping 2) books have information for 180gr. JFP bullets. Only 180gr. JHP or JFP in weights other than 180gr.

    If anyone knows the min/max as well as the preferred load for accuracy, please let me know. Hell, pressures, velocities, and any other info (data or subjective) would be really appreciated.

    Thanks so much.

    (Yes, I know I need better/more books).

     
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    The bullet shape matters less then other dimensions and jacket material. You can use the starting load for any jacketed bullet with the same weight.

    don

     

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