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    Say it ain't so.... H110 isn't working in your hand cannon?
    "Speed is fine, but accuracy is final." - Bill Jordan


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    Nope MAx loads and the cases are still having powder blow by jamming cases in cylinder ... cylinder isnt out of whack tried another guys reloads and not prob with 4227 ..


    he said he had same problems with h-110 seems the powder is almost too small..

    Didnt have this problem in 454 with h-110

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    I love the H110 in heavy 45 Colt loads, after a little experimenting with the crimp and neck sizing. Unique is cost effective for light loads. Maybe something just a little faster than the H110, since you're not getting complete combustion.

    Must be kind of fun "breaking trail" loading for a relatively new round!
    "Speed is fine, but accuracy is final." - Bill Jordan

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    Quote Originally Posted by duckhunter
    I love the H110 in heavy 45 Colt loads, after a little experimenting with the crimp and neck sizing. Unique is cost effective for light loads. Maybe something just a little faster than the H110, since you're not getting complete combustion.

    Must be kind of fun "breaking trail" loading for a relatively new round!

    No its a pain in the but

    unique works very well in the 500 lose about 412 feet per second though still a big boomer

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    I also recommend the Dillion. Mines a RL450 upgraded to a 550. Bought it as my first reloading press in the mid 80's and never regretted it. The press (including the upgrades) has paid for itself many times over. Wish all my investments had that kind of return!

    9mm is cheap enough now that I don't bother loading for it these days, but I do load .30-06 for my Garand cheaper than anything but bulk suprlus, and some of that foreign Milsurp is of questionable quality.

    It's also a good way to learn about ballistics, pressure, velocity etc.
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    Reloading Is Relaxing

    I also reload for my XD40 and also my .45 ACP Kimber. I find it is not only economical but also relaxing. I can can concentrate on something I'm interested in and enjoy. Also, as in the shooting sports, you will meet good and helpful people who are also friendly. I'm sure you will enjoy it. Good luck.

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