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Old September 14, 2012, 04:27 PM   #19
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HUH, Berry's MFG recommends that we use lead load data or start-to-mid range jacketed load data for their regular plated bullets to ~1200 fps. You can push their thicker plated (TP) bullets faster at ~1450 fps.

Current load data on Alliant's website won't list lead loads but 2004 Alliant load data has lead loads for Bullseye.

I use Bullseye for 9mm 115/124/125 jacketed/plated/lead loads and it produces very accurate loads with a bit more snappy recoil than W231/HP-38 loads. I also found 125 gr lead RN with 4.0 gr of Promo to be very accurate and economical load as well (per Alliant, I use 2004 Alliant Red Dot load data by weight).

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