175Gr Winchester Silvertip Load Data

Discussion in '10mm Reloading Forum' started by PerfectShooter, Aug 27, 2012.

  1. Gun:Glock 20 With Stock Barrel and Wolf 24lb Recoil Spring
    Bullet: 175gr Winchester Silvertip
    Brass: Starline
    Powder2400 Charge: 13.5gr
    Primer: WLP
    COL: 1.260

    Chrono Results: 10 shots
    Hi: 1189fps/549ft-lbs
    Lo: 1182/543ft-lbs
    Avg: 1185/546ft-lbs
    ES: 7
    SD: 2

    Bullet stopped in 3rd water jug.

    Later this week i will chrono using a stock glock 29 and will post results.


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  3. SDGlock23

    SDGlock23 Glockoholic

    Not bad. The only 175's Silvertips I've ever loaded was with 9.7gr of Longshot. I don't remember exactly, but it got me over 1300 fps from the stock 20.

  4. _The_Shadow

    _The_Shadow Ret. Fireman

    PerfectShooter, :welcome: to the Forum! You may find that the results will be a little disappointing rom the G-29, Power Pistol helps being a little faster burn rate. 800X was also a little better than the LongShot with some various loads from the shorter barreled pistol!
    Best regards!

  5. Thanks do you have any starting loads you would suggest for power pistol or 800x
  6. _The_Shadow

    _The_Shadow Ret. Fireman

    You could use any of the 180 grain loads for the 175 ST's which should yield very simular results...

    Alliant list Power Pistol with a 180 grain as 8.7 grains @ 1,240 fps - 34,900 psi

    Hope this helps! :wavey:
  7. Thanks
  8. Wolf Spyder

    Wolf Spyder Gun Activist

    There are better bullets out there. I would purchase some 165 gr. or 180 gr. Speer Gold Dots instead of the Winchester Silvertips. The Gold Dots are cheaper than the Silvertips in my neck of the woods.


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