I recently got into reloading, local sources for components are lacking but I was able to find a shop that has plenty of Unique (25 bucks per pound, but that's the cost of living in Hawaii). I can order bullets and brass on the net so that's not an issue. I ordered a few manuals, 2 were on back order so all I have at this time is Lyman's 49th edition. It doesn't have a load listed for 9mm 115 gr FMJ, so I decided to load a few different test rounds, 4.5 gr, 4.7 gr, and 4.9 gr. The 4.5 gr wouldn't cycle through my Glock 26, the 4.7 cycled but sent every empty case back at my head (my girlfriend shot a few rounds and ended up with a burnt boob, she's not very happy with me), and the 4.9 gr was ok but still had weak ejection. What is a good powder load with Unique to have a strong round with a decent ejection pattern? Another question I have is why do a majority of reloading manuals lack a lot of information on popular loads like 9mm and 45 acp? Wanna kill these ads? We can help!