MG 121gn IFP

Discussion in 'Reloading' started by fkenyon, Feb 5, 2010.

  1. fkenyon

    fkenyon

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    Anyone use this bullet for IPSC or USPSA? I cannot find any load data for it.
     
  2. fredj338

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    Just load it like any 124gr jacketed data. Load to the longest OAL your psitol will feed & function with.
     

  3. dsmw5142

    dsmw5142 NRA Member

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    What Fred said... for 121 through 130gr I use the same 124-125gr PUBLISHED data for bullets of that type. Just work it up or down as needed.

    Also... check on the Brian Enos forum. You will find alot more shooters there using this bullet with various loads.
     
  4. D. Manley

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    Tack-driver of a bullet. Go over to Brian Enos forums and do a bit of creative searching...lots of good information.
     
  5. CaptToyota

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    Should be in a HORNADY load book... They call it HAP (Hornady Action Pistol).

    I have not used any, but it should be a real accurate bullet due to the long straight bearing surface for rifling to get ahold of.. HAP is basically the beginning of a "XTP", but did not get the nose punched for the hollow point.