Originally Posted by Shootin357
Hello everyone,I went to the range with my SR1911 Govt. and some reloaded rounds yesterday and noticed the cases had a lot of blow back marking on the brass. I believe this is caused sometimes by a light charge but I don't think I was light on these. I was shooting 230g plated rn over 4.6 grains of titegroup at 1.250 col. They shot ok,and ejection was ok. I did not have any different ammo to compare to either. Is this normal with title group? I also reload some with HP 38 but can't remember if I had the same markings.
I am not sure of the amount of Titegroup to use in the 45 ACP, but is is a dirty powder.
I reload 357, 44 mag & 500 Mag with Tightgroup, now these are all revolvers so i see most of what you are seeing on the forcing cone and the front of the cylinder. Roll Crimp didn't change the "Soot" either.