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Old February 26th, 2017, 05:20 PM   #16
 
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I have used it in 9mm with 124 grain xtreme plated bullets and 40 S&W with 165 grain xtreme plated bullets. I settled on a load half way between listed starting and max load. The accuracy is good. The recoil is less than my favorite loads with CFE Pistol. I also think it was just a clean as CFE and AutoComp.



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Old February 26th, 2017, 05:33 PM   #17
 
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Use it for 45 Colt 9mm and 45acp.
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I love using Titegoup in 9mm. I loaded up some .357 today with Titegroup for testing.

I went with RWS cases, WSPM primers and 6.7gr & 6.8gr of titegroup, and Win 125gr SJHP

I tested what people were saying about a double charge. You can definitely double charge with this powder in the .357 case but honestly it would be pretty hard to miss if you inspect your cases with a bright light to see the powder level inside before you proceed with seating bullets.
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I love Titegroup, been using it a lot lately. I haven't noticed any more smoke or dirty issues at all. I use 6.2 gns of it behind 250gns lead bullets. That is the recommended load I like per stated on the label. Any one else have any experience of lager loads using 250gns?
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I love Titegroup, been using it a lot lately. I haven't noticed any more smoke or dirty issues at all. I use 6.2 gns of it behind 250gns lead bullets. That is the recommended load I like per stated on the label. Any one else have any experience of lager loads using 250gns?
45 Colt?
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45 Colt?
Yes, I don't why I forgot to mention that?

45Colt for sure.
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I've been using Titegroup for several years now and have to say it's my go to powder for my handgun loads. I can seem to get good groups on just about any caliber.
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