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Old May 28, 2012, 08:38 PM   #3
Sport45
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can i go to 5grns in .38 brass and be OK?
Who knows?

You could work up slowly to that in your gun looking for pressure signs along the way.

But I wouldn't. Titegroup is a fast powder and too unpredictable for me to try outside published ranges. I'd load light .357 and swipe a magic marker across the primer to tell them apart.

I'd rather have a few light .357's around that wouldn't hurt ANY .357 mag gun than a few .38's that could tear something up.
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