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Discussion in 'Reloading' started by shane.rawlings, Nov 7, 2011.
More specifically what how much of what powder Atlanta arms uses?
I'm guessing different shooters prefer different loads.
Kinda the whole point of reloading. You make what you want, rather than what a factory says is best.
One of the loads that was given to David Sevigny for him to try and he liked is 3.5 grains of Tight Group, 135gr x-treme bullet at 1.120. Now if they changed any of the components I dont know.
I don't know the powder but one thing for sure it's not as soft as some may assume. I read that Sevignys 9mm 147 AA load chronoed at 960+ fps which is 141 Pf at several matches.
Best of my knowledge is 4.0gr WSF with a Zero FMJ or JHP. 1.125 for FMJ and 1.100 for JHP. A former employee of AAA on the BE forum posted that info.
I believe he has a couple of different loads that he uses. And since he no longer shoots for Glock I will not be about to ask him that question. So I don't think I will ever seen him again.
A very similar load is a 147-gr FMJ over 5.0-gr of AA#5.
I read somewhere that AAA uses Winchester #248 powder. Something not available to the general public. Maybe thats the code for WSF? Has anyone pulled a AAA bullet and look at the powder? I'm curious myself.