I have other powder and have read that bullseye is a faster powder than needed in 9mm,but would like to use it if possible. I have loaded PCed bullets to low jacketed levels in a couple of my 30 cal rifles, but they were gas checked. By the time I realized it,I was to far over to stop it.
Which powder doesn't have a lot of powder blowback and burns more fully so you don't get soot or residue all over red dot or your face?
Come join the discussion about optics, hunting, gunsmithing, styles, reviews, accessories, classifieds, and more! Got a deal on both today. Does anyone have any load data for Missouri Bullet Company 147gr .356 FN brinell 18 coated lead bullets using bullseye. Click on each Powder picture to see detailed explainations, video, load data, shot groupings and more! I'm a believer in Bullseye. I am going to try out some 147 Bayou Bullets with 3.2gr of titegroup. I cannot speak for 50 yards but the truncated cone 45acp bullets work with 4.5gn VV320. Yeah the 2.8 sounds about right for a starter.
Unsurpassed for .45 ACP target loads. The bullets I've PCed were a loaded a bit higher, but kept within sane levels. Just chronoed some loads through my 9mm.
XTP in 9mm. I am using Titegroup right now. Alliant's reloader's guide does not show a load for Bullseye and 147's. Here is a whole bunch of "slower burning" powders loaded to 165+ Power Factor using 124 Grain Bullets.
I know that case volume affects pressure. Normally, the hollow point bullet powder max is a little lower than for the ball load data. A faster pistol powder that requires smaller charges. Are all 147gr FMJ bullets the same size? But Lyman 49 does show it. But I use Bullseye for 185 and also 230 in 45 acp.
AR15.COM is the worldâs largest firearm community and is a gathering place for firearm enthusiasts of all types. I'll check out the load books from Midway. Subscribe to our monthly Newsletter to receive firearm news, product discounts from your favorite Industry Partners, and more. I'm sorry I can't quote the source of the data because I forgot where I got it from (the start load that is).
The 147 grain, 3.3 load, that was 1 hole, and perhaps, the most accurate load of any powder tested.
You want to know about 9 MM Major? We tested over 30 powders that can be used for 9MM. I'm sorry I can't quote the source of the data because I forgot where I got it from (the start load that is). • Hornady 8th Edition shows a C.O.L. the 147 gr … As long as you don't load to +p velocities it should work fine. If you are at an office or shared network, you can ask the network administrator to run a scan across the network looking for misconfigured or infected devices. Suite 500, Troy, Michigan 48084 USA. Very dense, alot fits in case, Similar to 3N37 in performance, but larger stick, so less fits in case. I have found data that says 3.2-3.6 grains bullseye, but it was not specific to the FMJ and they also did not include OAL.
How does X powder stack up against X powder? I have noted that the plated bullets are at least +\- .002 off the chosen diameter. We tested over 30 powders that can be used for 9MM. I … Dirty overall, Not bad. I use Bullseye in almost everything with low/medium pressures and velocities, but I just haven't loaded 147 gr in my 9mm rounds because they always used to cost way more than 115 or 124 bullets. They were super accurate and soft shooting too. From hunters and military members, to competition shooters and general firearm enthusiasts, we welcome anyone who values and respects the way of the firearm. You want to know what a good "fast powder" is? Went to lay it over and no stand. Heard good things about them. Measure a Magnus swaged. I load them as long as that will function in the Glock Mag. Bullet: Berry’s 147 grain plated 9mm Round Nose; Powder: Hodgdon CFE-Pistol, 4.2 grains [ARCHIVED THREAD] - Anybody have a good 147gr FMJ 9mm over bullseye recipe? We made up a batch of 9mm training ammo using plated bullets.
A good load is what works for you. Thanks a bunch Fred. All the coated bullets I've purchased have been loaded with lead bullet data. I have some bullseye, and want to make some rounds for a suppressor using Hornady 147gr FMJ bullets. Probably a bit too fast to work well. Here are some of the target loads we shot...Some of these loads are over book published load values and just because they worked for us, does not mean they will eb safe for you...do not load over manufacturer book maximums. I have other 9 bullets and powders but was just wanting something different for a change..I like trying different stuff.
• Another way to prevent getting this page in the future is to use Privacy Pass. Here are some of the target loads we shot...Some of these loads are over book published load values and just because they worked for us, does not mean they will eb safe for you...do not load over manufacturer book maximums. Remember that 9mm and 9mm +P brass are exactly the same. I use 4.0gr Bullseye with a Hornady 147gr. Wife has boxes stacked up on both sides,and not knowing it,I bumped the sidestand back up against a box. This section shows you A LOT of information about 9 MM powders and how they compete against each other using the same brass, same bullet, same OAL, same primer, same gun, same day, same conditions..the only thing that is different is the powder.
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I don't mean to offend - but - buying a bunch of bullets and then buying a bunch of powder because "you got a deal" and then trying to match up your purchases for reloading is not the best way to do things. Speer TMJ bullet with an COAL of 1.115". Anyway, is the purpose of having a specific OAL for a load to get proper chambering or to control how far into the case the bullet goes? I also have a new custom 9mm, long slide 1911 with a Clark barrel (also from Jon E) that I will be Ransom testing as well.
I am posting a pic below.
A Forum dedicated to the sport of Bullseye shooting, Bullseye-L Forum :: Ammunition Discussion. The reason for the +P markings on the case head is for segregation purposes only. There is a 99% chance that this post was from my iPhone/iPad, no I am not a gay metrosexual either. Take a look at the cases compared to other powders..
Copyright © 1996-2020 AR15.COM LLC. It didn't seem to matter which load I used the Bullseye always seemed to shoot well.
The Hornady bullets I have seem a bit long to be using a short OAL of 1.125. seems it may compress the powder.
I have other powder that is better suited,and other calibers that bullseye is recommended for,so using the bullets or the powder is not an issue. of 1.165" for the 147 FMJ-RN-BT #35597. Completing the CAPTCHA proves you are a human and gives you temporary access to the web property. FMJ & JHP group much tighter. As you can tell I'm pretty paranoid about reloading haha. Minor? I am looking for a loads for 9mm - 147gr FMJ using Bullseye Will be used in PPC9 - 5" My manuals (older) have no 147 loads Any help would be appreciated Thanks Hudson Shooter 28.12.11 Thanks to those that gave me some input. Not good enough for our BE purposes. Canister Sizes: View All Bullseye ® Recipes. You may need to download version 2.0 now from the Chrome Web Store. I like the Hornady HAP and Magnus FMJ which group very well in my gun. Got a deal on both today. Click on each Powder picture to see detailed explainations, video, load data, shot groupings and more! A fast Flake powder so one must be extra careful when loading 9MM with it. Extreme and Precision Delta are both flat base, the Hornady RN and XTP both have distinct bevel on the base.. My 147gr Montana Gold CMJ are loaded at 1.145 I think, have to measure for exact number. In my CZ and a SIG they shot well. Always cross-reference load data with manufacturer’s published data. For this reason is why we do not recommend this type of powder, or any faster powder for learning how to reload 9MM. Thanks for all the info so far guys. One of the most popular Pistol powders in the world, but is it good for 9 MM? I read through the stickies and reload data threads and did not see anything. Most likely I'll be talking to you again.
Broke a few bones and now sport a 8" chunk of stainless steel and 8 wood screws for a collar bone... Yeah,they will hurt you sometimes. My last ride on my Pan head was in '80 when I fell off it while on the freeway. Note some of the loads were far more accurate than average. Any use of this content without express written consent is prohibited.
I use 3.4gr of Titegroup under 147gr Precision Delta FMJ at 1.15OAL. I'll take a look to see if I have an extra 9 MM Loadbook here, may have one, as I have a bunch of these. I have a Lee and a Alliant manual I usually work with but I like to get as much info as I can, especially when trying something different. Am I over thinking this? If you were to drive a 9mm bullet fast, like in 357 sig, or 9mm +p+, then you would want a slower burning powder. We prefer this powder over Titegroup, but still think its too dirty. It does for 124 and 115. What I'm not getting is the point of shooting a 9mm at 1100+ fps.
I suspect the issue with the accuracy is due to the plating getting damaged on seating therefore liberal belling is necessary to achieve acceptable short line accuracy. You are only as fast as you are accurate. You have to scroll to their 4th page of books, to find the 9 MM manual. I have other powder and have read that bullseye is a faster powder than needed in 9mm,but would like to use it if possible. Start with Blue Dot instead, way better choice to learn reloading 9MM. This makes this a good choice for certain kinds of shooting for 9MM and also economical, Its way more dirty than 3N37, more sooty than Unique. I have been using 3.5 grns over a Precision delta 147 RN. Dumb accident. The load was 5.4 CFEPistol, CCI primers, mixed brass, X-Treme 115 plated. Maybe I should have suppressed my 45 so I wouldn't have to make subsonic ammo. Sure it groups 1" or so out of a good gun but you can get 1.5" usually from a accurate lead load in .45acp.
I have .355 and .356 SWC from PENN, and on order have 6 different jacketed Magnus bullets, 115, 124,125, and 147. Didn't get to ride much this past year after July...mine hurt my back pretty bad and was down for a couple of months. This means that the brass can be loaded to +P pressures safely. I will look after supper and edit this post if I find it.
I have other powder and have read that bullseye is a faster powder than needed in 9mm,but would like to use it if possible.
I just checked their website, and they have them in stock, price of the manual includes shipping. If you don't accurately hit your target you are wasting ammo and just making noise.
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