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Old July 14, 2012, 04:52 PM   #1
SecretInfantry
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Join Date: July 14, 2012
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Help: Reloading 9mm, 115 gr bullets with Titegroup

I'm a reloading virgin and have have just loaded my first 300 rounds on my blue press...but have never shot my own loads. No pun intended...

The first 150 rds. were loaded with these specifics: .355" 115 GR Rainier Plated RN bullets, Winchester 9mm brass, CCI 500 small pistol primers, 4.2 to 4.3 gr of Titegroup OAL = 1.162"

The second 150 rds. I loaded with these specs: Hornady .355" 115 GR XTP bullets, Winchester 9mm brass, CCI 500 small pistol primers, 4.6 - 4.7 gr of Titegroup, OAL 1.095"

I intend to fire these rounds through a Glock 17 but am concerned that the second batch I loaded might be unsafe...

Would someone please let me know if I should start breaking down that batch and reload them using a smaller charge as according to the data on the Titegroup's bottle label the maximum charge is 4.8 g.r. with a 115 g.r. bullet with an OAL of 1.125".

Advice will be appreciated. Thanks.
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