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Old July 22, 2000, 11:54 PM   #1
Clark
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Join Date: December 4, 1999
Location: WA, the ever blue state
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1) LEE 1996
3N37 6.6 gr 1248 fps 33.3kcip OAL=1.142"
I did 7.9 gr

2) Speer 8 1970
H110 10.9 gr 1170 fps
I did 13.2 gr [all that would fit. I wanted 13.8]

3) Speer 12 1987
AA#9 10.5 gr. 1185 fps <35kpsi OAL=1.120"
I did 11.4 gr [all that would fit. I wanted 12.6]

4) IMR 1990
800X 6.5 gr 1115 fps 28.6k cup OAL=1.135
I did 7.7 gr [all that would fit. I wanted 8.7]

5) Alliant current data
Bullseye 4.9 gr 1155fps 32kpsi OAL 1.150"
I did 6.0gr

6) Alliant current data
Unique 6.2 gr 1170 fps 31.3kpsi 1.150"
I did 7.3 gr [all that would fit. I wanted 7.6]

7) Alliant current data
Power Pistol 6.6 gr 1235 fps 34kpsi 1.150"
I did 7.6 gr

8) Alliant current data
Blue Dot 8.2gr 1170 fps 29.9kpsi 1.150"
I did 9.7 gr [all that would fit. I wanted 10.1]

9) Accurate #1 1994
AA#5 6.4 gr 1200 fps 33k cup 1.095
I did 8.4 gr

1) Load I just made up
2400
I did 11.4 gr [all that would fit. I wanted more]

I made up all these loads today by assuming that I wanted +P+ loads and
I would use 1.168" OAL, 9mm 124 FMJ FP Hornady bullets, and RP brass.
The way I got this max OAL to fit in my Kel-Tek P11 with flat points is:
I put a 23/64" drill in the chamber today and made more free bore. I
used the P11 because it has the worst chamber support of all my 9mms, so
if I have no case failure in the P11, I probably won't in the other
pistols.


Don't try this at home.
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