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Hogdon load data says titegroup has a starting load of 3.2 and max of 3.6. I never had a problem with 3.2 cycling anything. Even big heavy open bolt subguns. Further, like Brutis, I am loading anywhere between 2.8-3.0 gr titegroup with 165's. https://www.hodgdonreloading.com/data/pistol Hodgdon Tite...
- Sun Apr 28, 2019 10:43 am
- Forum: Handloading
- Topic: Hornady 190 sub-x powder?
- Replies: 29
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No answer for the actual question, but this might help, searchable powder database. Photos, measurements included. Link to H335 http://www.ilrc.ucf.edu/powders/sample_detail.php?s_reference=&s_content_source=&s_source_reference=&s_product_use=&s_distributor=5&s_product_name=h335&s_date_obtained=&s_...
- Thu Apr 11, 2019 1:56 pm
- Forum: AR15s
- Topic: Yankee Hill Integrally Suppressed Upper
- Replies: 6
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You'd think for that much money, they'd at least include a bolt and charging handle with the gun and maybe headspace and test fire it. That earns it a easy pass for me. With that said, I have a buddy in Florida who had one of yhms rimfire cans and it was about the biggest piece of junk that ever was...
- Mon Apr 08, 2019 8:34 am
- Forum: Silencer Discussion
- Topic: Subsonic 300 Blackout Suppressors
- Replies: 17
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When I was first getting into a 300 blk suppressor, my 9mm can on the SBR blk was pretty loud like the one that you linked above. Lets face it, 130db on subs is pretty loud. So, I made my own can, and with the help of several forum members here, I started loading my own ammo much more efficiently th...
That is a good looking biscuit. To be honest, the only meal that I can cook really good is breakfast. But it took me a long time to master good gravy. I'd either get it too thick or too thin. Or too doughy. But I never liked that pale bulldog gravy like they get out of a bag at dairy queen and harde...