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Old April 4, 2013, 10:45 PM   #13
Misssissippi Dave
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I would pull them as well. If I didn't load them, I don't know what is in them. It is far better to just pull them and reuse what you can safely use. I prefer WST for a soft accurate shooting load in .45. I also have a much wide range from min to max than you will get from Clays. W231 and WSF also work well. If you are looking for a powder to push the bullets faster WSF works well in mid to upper levels. WST and W231 work better for softer shooting loads. There are really a lot of powders you can use safely when loading .45 with jacketed bullets. Are the jacketed or are they plated? Plated bullets will either use mid to upper range lead data or low to mid range jacketed data depending on the bullet. Jacketed bullets normally have exposed lead in the base.
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