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Old June 2, 2011, 05:46 AM   #18
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I'm reading this accurate handbook and it says that unique is comparative to #5. The data I see for accurate #5 is 4.1 to 4.5. Is that bad? I think I'm going to go with 4 grains of UNIQUE and see if it cycles. I want to keep reloading as cheap as possible. So if it will cycle, thats perfect.

When accurate says unique is camparative to #5 does that mean the load data is the same straight across? I will start at 4 and work up but do you think 4.5 is TOO much ???
They are not the same; they just have similar uses and charge weights. I think 4.5 grains of Unique is way too much. That doesn't mean it will blow your gun up.

Try 3.5 and see if it cycles. Go up from there. Stop at 4.0, unless you find a load you really like before you get there.
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