|Manufacturer||Powder||Bullet Diam.||C.O.L||Grs.||Vel. (ft/s)||Pressure||Grs.||Vel. (ft/s)||Pressure|
|Starting Load||Maximum Loads|
|IMR||SR 4756||OUT OF STOCK||0.355"||1.135"||null||9.1||1,376||38,900 PSI|
147 grain data is plentiful out there.Hello,
I'm looking to start handloading the.357 sig in a Glock 31. Would anyone have some handloads for 147 grain and/or 180 grain coated lead/ plated projectiles?
Thanks in advance for any advice.
I second 9x45's comment about drag racing lead down Glock barrels. I've posted my killer 147gr XTP load out of my Glock 35 a few times if you're chasing velocity. I'll repost it here if you're interested but beings you were asking about coated/plated bullets...Lot's of IPSC hosers run 180's in .357SIG. It's not so much a barrel issue, but Glock mags won't feed much past 1.150".
OP, forgot, don't run cast lead at 357SIG velocities unless you want to spend your waking hours cleaning the barrel. Lead is a PITA to get outta polygonal rifling.