Does anyone have a 9mm 147 Gr. load that has little to no blowback when used on a can?

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Does anyone have a 9mm 147 Gr. load that has little to no blowback when used on a can?

Post by moreguns » Mon Feb 26, 2018 10:11 pm

I have had bad blowback with 45 ACP , till I came up with this load. Now I want to use my octane 45 HD with a 9 end cap and A Rugged suppresors piston I need some suggestions. For 45 ACP I use a Redding duel ring carbide sizer , Federal match standard primer.230 FMJ, 5 grains of 700X and taper crimp-.001" .

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Re: Does anyone have a 9mm 147 Gr. load that has little to no blowback when used on a can?

Post by jmorris » Sun Mar 11, 2018 10:19 am

A Berry’s 147 RN @ 1.160” with 3.1 of VV N310 or 3.2 gn N320 or 3.2 of Titegroup.

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Re: Does anyone have a 9mm 147 Gr. load that has little to no blowback when used on a can?

Post by quiettime » Mon Sep 28, 2020 11:51 am

I'm using Xtreme 147 plated HP over 3.6 grains of Titegroup. Very little gunk in the action so far but also 100% reliability

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