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    There's a relatively new forumfrom GUN DIGEST, and I've started a thread seeking favorite pet handloads for peoplel

    You internet gunnies might want to log in and help stir the discussion.

    http://forum.gundigestmagazine.com/t...key=&#1037





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    Feel free to post and use this (at users own risk):

    10mm load:

    190gr FP/JHP
    14.2 gr
    AA No. 9
    1,267 fps
    1.250"
    CCI 300
    Starline


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    My mistake
    10mm
    OAL=1.250

    I believe this is still listed in Accurates loading Manuals
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    Agent19 wrote:
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    FP/JHP
    14.2 gr
    AA No. 9
    1,267 fps
    1.25"
    CCI 300
    Starline
    That's cool, but what caliber????

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    Yes, I wonder that myself.

    The velocity seems too fast for a 45 acp.

    CCI 300s are Large pistol primers. The 40 S&W uses small pistol.

    The OAL is too short for 10 mm.

    A bullet weight would help.

    Must be either special brass or some other cartridge.

    This is all a guess though.

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    Lead RN 230 grain 45 cal in front of 4.5 gr of bullseye. Won't knock a tree down but it will stay in a tight group as long as I can hold the gun steady.
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    Agent19 wrote:
    Feel free to post and use this (at users own risk):

    FP/JHP
    14.2 gr
    AA No. 9
    1,267 fps
    1.25"
    CCI 300
    Starline


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    Edit: update
    My mistake
    10mm
    OAL=1.250

    I believe this is still listed in Accurates loading Manuals
    HMM, that's a short round. Anywho, bullet weight would also be good since it effects the powder charge needed and the pressure.

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    Boy I'm on a roll.

    190gr JFP/JHP
    If you think like a Statist, act like one, or back some, you've given up on freedom and have gone over to the dark side.
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    Hand-loads for pets? Why go to all the trouble? I find 9mm works just fine for anything up to Mastiff size... oh. Wait a minute. I think I may have read that wrong...?



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