What do when you can’t get to the range? Keep loading!
I’ve been using Titegroup for over 15 years, and it’s one of my primary powders. I’ve not experienced any problems with it. But I haven’t done a lot of chronograph work with my pistol loads. Maybe next year. My go-to powders for 9mm, 38/357 and 45acp are Titegroup, HP38, Universal and lately Unique. Good luck with your testing.
Thanks for the luck I need it. Haven’t been able to afford a chrono yet but is in the works/list to get. Thanks for sharing you experience with titegroup. It is appreciated.
Titegroup is a good powder but it does burn a little hot. I have seen reports of it burning off the coating on the base of the bullets but have never seen any proof. The other thing to be aware of in 45ACP it leaves a lot of room in the case so it does not fill the case well. Which could lead to sporadic accuracy in my limited testing. Meaning if you hold the pistol up where the powder is sitting right on top of the primer and slowly bring it down you will see one speed across the… Read more »
When I get the outcome I will definitely show it. I can also see what you mean about case volume also. First experience with Titegroup so I don’t know what to expect. Thanks for watching and your input all of which is valued.