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Old 05-04-2012, 14:36   #21
fredj338
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I've been using 230g cast lead with 9.0g of AA#5 for a snappy load in a G30 with a KKM barrel that will eject the cases !!!
I'll say it's snappy. You are quite a bit above max for a 230grLRN, like 6% charge wt, who knows how much over pressure??? Caution would be in order.
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Old 05-05-2012, 07:30   #22
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I run 4.4 gr of WST behind Berrys 230 gr plated bullet.
My G30 loves this load.
I tried 231, Bullseye, #2, Red Dot, Unique and WST.
3 different guns, WST was the best accuracy overall.
I would add at least a couple tenths for a jacketed bullet.

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100 rounds, rapid fire, 10 yard line.

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