Some caution about the loading data could be needed here.
Two of the examples in this thread are very different than what I get with the same powder and bullet designs.
How about keeping it general and letting the actual info come from the loading manuals?
Otherwise a member who is new to reloading could get into trouble.
Just a thought.
bitttorrrent, if your Glock is having feeding problems, it's probably not so much the material the bullets are made of, but something else, like bullet shape, amount of crimp, 'etc.
While the manufacturers of some guns say not to use lead bullets, many folks satisfactorily do just that.
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