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This is a discussion on New 9mm sheild reloads? within the MP Reloading forums, part of the Smith & Wesson MP Forum category; Originally Posted by msjdgman I am always facinated by the folks who hate TiteGroup. I love the stuff. Yes, you have to be diligent in ...


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Old January 15th, 2017, 09:08 AM   #31
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I am always facinated by the folks who hate TiteGroup. I love the stuff. Yes, you have to be diligent in using it to avoid overcharging and subsequent over pressure. But if you use it correctly, it is very easy to use..measures easily and consistently, and is sure accurate for me in my loadings.
I dont hate TiteGroup, its just not my flavor.
There are far better powder choices to choose/use.
TiteGroup is much to hard for me to dial in, so to speak.

What works for one person, dosen`t mean it works for someone else.
You wouldnt expect me to wear your pants and have them fit me like they do you, would you..?

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Old January 16th, 2017, 11:03 AM   #32
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Well, I sure hope I didn`t ruffle any feathers here. That was not my intent. I can imagine the equipment being used has a lot to do with how well it meters and works for different folks. My reloading experience is I guess somewhat limited, only 9-10 thousand rounds between TiteGroup, 231, and WSF. As I said, I like the stuff, it works well for me and my reloading goals. I`m not trying to shove it down anyone else`s throat. YMMV
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Old January 28th, 2017, 06:05 AM   #33
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The Tite group dies shoot good out of sheild.
Just half to be cautious.
CFE shoots very well even 5.5 max load holds very tight
Groups.
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Well, I sure hope I didn`t ruffle any feathers here. That was not my intent. I can imagine the equipment being used has a lot to do with how well it meters and works for different folks. My reloading experience is I guess somewhat limited, only 9-10 thousand rounds between TiteGroup, 231, and WSF. As I said, I like the stuff, it works well for me and my reloading goals. I`m not trying to shove it down anyone else`s throat. YMMV
No ruffled feathers here budd, mine fell out long ago, and never grew back...lol
I dont get excited about much of anything anymore... age has taught me that we can learn something from everybody.
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The Tite group dies shoot good out of sheild.
Just half to be cautious.
CFE shoots very well even 5.5 max load holds very tight
Groups.
"dies"....??????
And 5.5 max load with what bullet (???)
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"dies"....??????
And 5.5 max load with what bullet (???)
Ment to say does . Stupid spell check.
5.5 gr CFE powder with 124 xtreme RNCB.

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Ment to say does . Stupid spell check.
5.5 gr CFE powder with 124 xtreme RNCB.

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LOL... ok on the dies/does...
I think the CFE max load for 124 plated bullets is 5.2,
but i could be wrong, i dont have any data in front of me right now.

And if you seat your bullet lower than 1.145/1.150, you might be at some dangerous pressure levels.
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