Is titegroup to fast for 357Sig

Is titegroup to fast for 357Sig

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    Is titegroup to fast for 357Sig

    I noticed that there is no data for titegroup in 357Sig, does it burn to fast or another reason?

    Also does anyone shoot cast in their 357sig?


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    Don't know I just looked and couldn't find one.I use Unique for the simple reason I can load every calibre I own with one powder
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    Not looking at my book right now, but I believe that Titegroup has about the same burn rate as Green Dot and it could be a bit fast for your loads.

    Another HUGE fan of Unique here.

    P.S. Tightgroup will melt the plastic powder hopper of some reloaders. Dont ask how i know.

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    Titegroup is the easist to get here and the cheapest, unique I have for my .455, so I will try that.

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    How long did you leave the powder in the hopper?

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    T.G.

    T.G. is not recomended fo any bottleneck round .357 Sig .400 Corbon just straght rounds .45 ACP 9MM 10MM ect.B.J.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nedrgr21 View Post
    How long did you leave the powder in the hopper?

    Just a few days. It was the hopper for a Hornady 366 shotshell loader. The thing now looks like a black banana with a little extra bend.

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    I use bull's eye for all my calibers, don't know how available it is for you, I tried unique, wow was that dirty but a nice feeling powder.

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    good question. i like titegroup for 40 cal and 9 mm. looks like something to do some research on.
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    Right now I trying to figure out the correct crimp to keep the bullets in place and still fit into the chamber.

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