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G35 and G27 load help

Discussion in 'Reloading' started by shepheard, May 6, 2010.

  1. shepheard

    shepheard

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    I'm looking for some of your pet loads that you guy's are using for target practice. I have loaded plenty of 180's but seems like most data I come across is for 155 and 180. Thanks much for your input.
     
  2. bush pilot

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    Can you be more specific to bullet weight/type?
     


  3. shotgunred

    shotgunred local trouble maker

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    I don't use anything but 180's in my 35.
    Win 231 is a good powder for target loads and power pistol is a good powder for full power loads.
     
  4. shepheard

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    Sorry I thought I put that in there. I have a couple thou 165 flat piont Percision Delta bullets. Just curious what's working for you guy's for target loads. I thought I'd load a bunch up to shoot with my bro when I go visit him.
     
  5. D. Manley

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    If you'd post the powders you have on hand you'll have a better chance someone can give you a few "favorite load" pointers.
     
  6. shepheard

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    I have HP38,Power Pistol,Unique,AA#5,Bullseye,WST,Universal Clays,and Clays. I have the most of HP and PP. I've loaded plenty of the 180's from Zero but now have the 165's. Again I am just plincking, although I don't shoot anything real light just not full house. Thanks much for your guys input.
     
  7. D. Manley

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    You can work up a decent load with any of those powders. My pick would be 4.8 grains of Universal under the 165's @ 1.130 OAL...very comfortable and accurate load in my G-35.
     
  8. shepheard

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    Thanks D for the input. I typically load all my bullets to 1.130 but for the flat pionts I have come across some data that states 1.125.