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Old January 21, 2013, 10:42 AM   #6
spacecoast
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but if someone has the same gun and already worked through the "gun jamming" issue, then that would be some advise that would help ALOT
I gave you some loads that should run your P345 just fine, same as Unclenick. Jamming issues can be related to the bullet/powder combination, but as long as you are using an acceptable bullet profile, stay within the min/max limits for powder, and seat the bullets to the proper depth, jamming is more often going to be caused by not properly crimping the case mouth or having some other case issue. If you are new to reloading I highly recommend the Lee Factory Crimp Die (FCD) which not only applies the proper crimp but pretty much guarantees that the finished round will fit into the chamber.
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