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Discussion in 'Reloading' started by xdmikey, Jun 20, 2019.
Not much, but they have it here:
I just got off the phone with Norm at 10Ring and he directed me to go to that site, enter #1 then go to #4!
I was going to 2, 3 then 4 and it left me no choices!
I need a recipe for WST for the 9mm...
I know, I know, WST is a shotgun powder...
Sorry pbratton, all I'm seeing is people saying neither of those play well together.
45, 38, yeah buddy but not 9mm.
I use a lot of CFE pistol in .38 & milder .357's. I use it in .44 all too. I've found it to be a pretty versatile powder and it's available at my local Academy!
Uh, that was supposed to be .44 spl.
My main manual is the Lyman 49th edition. I hear the Hornady 9th edition is also a very nice manual.
For those that are too frugal to buy a manual, the info is out there.
You can also often find older reloading manuals online. Here's the Lyman 48th edition manual.
http://marvinstuart.com/firearm/Man...ding Handbook - 48th Edition - 2002 - ocr.pdf
For $20ish its worth it to me. I like the Hornady manuals. Lots of info on their bullets in there.
I think I have the 50th Lyman now too. I like the Lyman books.
WST is an awesome .45 ACP powder. However it's a bit fast for 9mm. There are some loads out there. Take a look at the Brian Enos forum.
morning, u could look at new powder burn rate chart.
the powders might b there. sometimes looking up
powders on the internet, shows referencing present
powders to new powders. presistance pays.
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