HS-6 Berry's plated 115gr 9mm recipe

HS-6 Berry's plated 115gr 9mm recipe

This is a discussion on HS-6 Berry's plated 115gr 9mm recipe within the Reloading forums, part of the Defensive Ammunition & Ballistics category; I've been loading 124gr for years with HS-6. I couldn't get a hold of any 124 and bought 115gr (plated round nose). I don't have ...

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    HS-6 Berry's plated 115gr 9mm recipe

    I've been loading 124gr for years with HS-6. I couldn't get a hold of any 124 and bought 115gr (plated round nose). I don't have anything that says how much powder I should use.
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    Check this:

    Cartridge Loads - Hodgdon Reloading Data Center - data.hodgdon.com

    Go to pistol; 9mm Luger; Hodgdons; 115 grain; HS-6

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    115 GR. LRN Hodgdon HS-6 .356" 1.100" 6.4 1117 27,900 CUP 6.9 1170 32,200 CUP
    115 GR. SPR GDHP Hodgdon HS-6 .355" 1.125" 6.7 1171 26,700 CUP 7.0 1234 29,400 CUP
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    They have lead or HP listed only. I don't see FMJ.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rmilchman View Post
    They have lead or HP listed only. I don't see FMJ.
    Plated bullets should not be loaded using FMJ data they are loaded to Lead data.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob99VMI04 View Post
    Plated bullets should not be loaded using FMJ data they are loaded to Lead data.
    ^^^ this ^^^


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    Time to invest in some loading manuals.
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    Contact Jay Phillips at Berry's. Jay was with Dillon before he went to Berry's. He may have an answer for you.
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    Sorry, been without access for the last week. I thought I had read the plated got loaded as FMJ.

    Thanks for the replies.
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    From the Berry's web site:

    "When loading plated bullets we have found best results using low- to mid-range jacketed data in the load manual."
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    I'm using the berry's 115 grain and HS-6 and have been loading them with 6.0 grains, seem to work ok for me.

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    I ended up using about 6.5 gn and they seem to work well in my G19.
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    115 gn Rocky Mountain Plated RN with 6.8 gn of HS-6 is the most accurate out of my M&P9 at 1199 fps. Works fine in my wifes Glock 19 as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rmilchman View Post
    I ended up using about 6.5 gn and they seem to work well in my G19.
    Me to, that's where I'm at as well.

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