Not sure what happened with the 1911 3.9gr string. Its low was lower than the 3.8 low, and its high was lower than the 3.8 high...so it's not like there was just one extra low velocity round that threw off the avg.
Even at Hodgdon's max recommended load, Clays just barely makes major. They did shoot nice though. I'll probably shorten the COAL about 0.01" and load some more. It's tempting to load some at 3.7gr to use for GSSF. I may try shooting some pins in the near future with 4gr.
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