No worries. What I meant is that my powder type and charge amount won't help you much with such a different OAL.
Notice I used the word "usually" above.
The book I have here shows a minimum OAL of 1.1" for that powder in 9mm (for cast lead bullet) so you're loading very long.
I don't have my Hornady and Lyman books with me right now but I do have Richard Lee's Modern Reloading Second Edition
in hand and on page 86 he actually states excess length can increase pressure as can having too short an OAL. Check the second paragraph and the second to last.....then look closer at what he's saying. He's saying BRASS that's too long can create excess pressure, both for the reason he states and the fact long brass will cause the bullet to be seated too deep once the proper OAL is achieved. At least that's the way I read it.
Not arguing. If I were you I would try a shorter OAL even if you're worried about jumping from chamber to lands.....just to see what the gun likes. I'd bet you could get similar accuracy with possibly less powder.