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#5699067 - 04/14/15 08:40 AM .45 ACP load
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Looking to load some .45 with 230 gr Barry's bullets and Titegroup. Anyone have a recipe that works good for them? Thanks

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#5700456 - 04/14/15 10:11 PM Re: .45 ACP load [Re: one73maro]
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I've loaded them with 4.6gr of TG w/COL-1.275 Nice smooth load and accurate out of an FNX45.
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#5700529 - 04/14/15 11:21 PM Re: .45 ACP load [Re: one73maro]
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Thanks Ron. I loaded a few with 4.5 gr and COL-1.25. Gonna give these a try and see how they work out.

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#5700530 - 04/14/15 11:22 PM Re: .45 ACP load [Re: one73maro]
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I agree.

www.hodgdon.com has plenty of load data.
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#5701707 - 04/15/15 06:17 PM Re: .45 ACP load [Re: one73maro]
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How do you meter your Titegroup. My Chargemaster is out, so I used a Lee dipper
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#5702211 - 04/15/15 10:19 PM Re: .45 ACP load [Re: Buzzsaw]
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How do you meter your Titegroup. My Chargemaster is out, so I used a Lee dipper

Dillon measure.
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#5702407 - 04/16/15 07:20 AM Re: .45 ACP load [Re: one73maro]
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I picked up the Lee breech lock challenger kit. I'm just using the stuff that came in the kit right now. Haven't started to upgrade my reloading stuff yet. I'm sure that after awhile I will want to move up to bigger and better things.

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#5704756 - 04/17/15 11:26 AM Re: .45 ACP load [Re: one73maro]
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The Lee auto disk works well.
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#5705729 - 04/17/15 07:58 PM Re: .45 ACP load [Re: Tactical Cowboy]
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Originally Posted By: Tactical Cowboy
The Lee auto disk works well.


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#5706744 - 04/18/15 08:21 PM Re: .45 ACP load [Re: RonGleaves]
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Originally Posted By: RonGleaves


Originally Posted By: Tactical Cowboy
The Lee auto disk works well.


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Yup, that's what I use. cheers

Meters Bullseye and Unique very well, too.
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#5706802 - 04/18/15 08:58 PM Re: .45 ACP load [Re: one73maro]
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Might have to look into the auto disk.

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