Shooting the Breeze Ep.1 Hand Gun Load Development Technique

Hey guys and gals, In this video I raise the question about my method of hand gun load development. Help me out folks. Is there a specific technique you use for this or do you go trial and error like me?

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OzarkSpirit
OzarkSpirit

I feel that a lot of people over think pistol. Use the 10-10-10 rule… if you can put ten rounds in the ten ring at ten yards, why does it matter if it is a one inch group or a half inch group when shooting a pistol in normal shooting conditions. Meaning, not a scoped hunting pistol, shooting pistol ammunition out of a rifle, or Bullseye competition at 50 plus yards. The Saterlee method is a quick and cheap way to find consistent speeds and low SD’s. But, if you are a Bullseye competition shooter and the tiniest pattern is… Read more »

Loads of Bacon
Loads of Bacon

This is a great comment!

karlb
karlb

Hi, I’m new here and don’t know where to ask questions so I hope its OK to do that here. Hopefully someone will answer my question or direct me to the right place.
I’m reloading some 45 acp and almost installed some Large rifle primers by mistake. My question is are they different? And what might happen if I did use them?
Thanks, karlb

Uncle Jim
Uncle Jim

Rifle primers are harder so you migh get light strikes, they could also increase pressure and if magnum rifle you could be in trouble with over pressure.

BigE
BigE

Honesty not that good with a pistol yet. So my VP9 with four different brands seems ok. My Taurus 66 357 mag however I do reload for. Just tried Shooter’s World Major Pistol as a duplicate load for the Remington 125 SJHP load in 357 Mag. Just tried 11.7 gr which is just under max of 11.9 and re-used the Remington Brass, and used bulk pack Remington 125 gr SJHP bulllets and Remington primers. Shot more accurately it seemed with less muzzle blast and slightly less recoil. Pretty dang happy. Oh also cleaner shooting. Tried their powder after replacing Varget… Read more »