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So I was able to complete 60 ladder test rounds for my new 223.

20ea. Hornady 55gr. Varmint SP, Ramshot TAC 21.7gr, CCI #41 primers, OAL 2.220"
20ea. Hornady 55gr. Varmint SP, Ramshot TAC 22.0gr, CCI #41 primers, OAL 2.220"
20ea. Hornady 55gr, Varmint SP, Ramshot TAC 22.3gr, CCI #41 primers, OAL 2.220"

Later tonight I hope to get 20ea. with TAC @ 22.6 and 22.9gr. and that will take care of the box of 100 Hornady 55gr #2266 then I have a box of 100 Hornady 55gr #2265 which is the same bullet w/o a cannalure.
 

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Had 65 pieces of 9mm brass left, so I loaded it up this afternoon. All my 9mm brass is reloaded and ready to be shot.
 
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Had 65 pieces of 9mm brass left, so I loaded it up this afternoon. All my 9mm brass is reloaded and ready to be shot.

Well then, GET to it! :p
 
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Not today, but yesterday. Increased my loading of .357mag a half a grain of H-110 from 13.2 to 13.7 grains. Using 140 grain hard cast bullets. Maybe get to try them out in a week or so.
 
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well I have a fairly good amount of reloading components but with availability of primers and projectiles getting rare I decided to go ahead and move away from my plated projectiles for target loads.
I did pick up a 500 ct box of Berrys 220 grain spire point plated 30 cal for the 300 Blackout.
but 9 MM , 45, plated projectiles are near impossible to find and then they want an arm and leg if you do locate them--anyway-- ordered 9 MM 125 gr, 45 230 grain RN and 10 MM 160 gr FP in the polymer coated lead projectiles to give them a try..
write up for these and this company are great, and they are about 1/2 the cost of plated projectiles--hopefully it will be a win-win-win.
 
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