Finally got a chance to try these puppies out.
Just preliminary test results, but I am very impressed with the feeding of this new bullet.
(I would recommend using a VLD chamfer tool on your brass to keep from shaving copper off the jackets of these flat based bullets.)
I did not have a chance to do any testing with H110 yet, just N110.
Last night I made up a full test battery of both H110 & N110.
Barrel: 10" Noveske with TBAC 30P-1 mounted
Elevation: 12' above sea level
Initial results with N110:
17.0 grains of N110
Average velocity: 2040 fps
18.0 grains of N110
Average velocity: 2230 fps
NOTE: This load exhibited pressure signs.
(Even when using R&P 300 BLK Brass, Blown Primers and ejector marks on case head were present.)
Next test will be an accuracy comparison between:
17.0 grains of N110 using R&P 300 BLK Brass
17.0 grains of N110 with converted PMC .223 Brass and 205M primer
18.0 grains of H110 with converted PMC .223 Brass and 205M primer
19.0 grains of H110 using R&P 300 BLK Brass
After that test, I will do a full Round Robin Ladder test to determine Optimum Charge Weight.
My prediction is that the N110 will yield the best results.
It may be a bit more expensive, but it is the cleanest burning powder that I have ever used...