Thread: 9mm crimp/oal
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Old September 18, 2011, 07:46 PM   #2
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Start at the bottom of your data, and load to the crimp groove. Which bullet is it?
For example, I load my 124 grain Lee Tumble Lube home cast boolits at 1.095, but the Lee Single Lube groove 124 grain home cast has a slightly fatter ogive, and goes down to 1.080 for reliable feeding in my CZ pistols.
Heck, I'm loading Berrys' 124 grain plated hollow point at 1.01 COAL with no issues.

Also, check the data from the powder manufactere, and make sure it's current - Accurate Arms just changed all thier data a few months ago. Find the manufacturers website, and see what they have for your particular bullet.

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