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Anyone tested these and have a good recipe? I have goolged a lot and can't find much at all on the 150 grain noslers. I told my dad to grab 135 grain noslers but he grabbed 150 gr on accident.

I have Acurate #7 (used those on some mild rounds with berry bullets) but I want to venture out and try Blue dot or something else. Any recommendations for a powder? My dad picked up some 180 xtp too. I haven't looked for recipes yet for those ones but since those are more popular I don't think I will have a problem.

I am not huge into the nuclear loads... just a stout true 10mm is fine for my stock G29

THanks for all your help 10 Ringgers! :cool:
 

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AA#7 and 150gr's are a good combo. Try 11.5 gr for starting and 13.0 gr for max. 11.5 gr gives me 1200 fps and 13.0 gr yields 1400 fps out of a 5 inch Delta barrel.
 

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I have been burning through some 800-X with this bullet. 9.8 grains gives velocities of about 1275 fps in my G20 with a large margin of safety for pressures. It is a nice handling load with some snap in the recoil, but very easy to control. 541 lb/ft of muzzle energy is not exactly hot. I believe that there is plenty of room to increase charges if so desired.
 

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2240's loads are dead on with what I am seeing in the 10mm/.40sw loadbook,

It losts oal between 1.24" and 1.26"

nosler lists 12.7gr of aa#7 as max and yields a velocity of 1358fps. Starting load is 11.7gr of aa#7 @ 1253fps.

Bluedot: starting load, 10.2gr, 1148fps
max load: 11.2gr, 1292 fps.

Hope that helps!
 

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The numbers above were what nosler published, Accurate published loads that are a lil different...
It lists max of aa#7 as 13.0gr, 1405fps...
 
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