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Henryseale
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Posted: August 20 2017 at 12:59am | IP Logged Quote Henryseale

Need loading data, please. Will be using Winchester small
pistol primers, Unique powder, and 9 mm 150 gr. coated lead
SWC bullets. Thanks!
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Posted: August 21 2017 at 8:17am | IP Logged Quote Desert Eagle41

Well I don't have any pet loads but Alliant has data on the net for 147G jhp at like 4.3 max so you could start at 3.6g or so and work up. Check the net to double check my numbers to be safe. Craig

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Posted: August 21 2017 at 1:13pm | IP Logged Quote RT58

Welcome to the forum.

When you say "coated" do you mean copper plated, copper washed, painted or something else I haven't heard of yet?
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Posted: August 21 2017 at 7:03pm | IP Logged Quote John P.

Welcome to the forum.

Years ago I loaded many 147 grain JHP bullets in 9mm. Best load was
4.2 grains of Unique and CCI primers with mixed brass. Most manuals
only list up to 147 grain bullets. The likely reason is heavy bullets need
to be seated deeper, and in 9mm seating depth quickly affects
pressures.

If I was determined to load the 150 grain bullets, I'd start somewhere
around 3.6 grain of Unique and seat to the maximum 1.169.

I stopped loading the 147 grain bullets and only load 124 grain Berry's
using HP38.

Good luck and welcome again.




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