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i have already posted for question on 800x powder,for 44 mag,


But im askin your advise for my 9mm, i do have on hand

sr 4756, 800x, and universal powder, and a lot of 115 grains


bullets, for target shooting wich one would give me best result ??

Thanks in advance !!
 

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I reload all my 9mm pistol ammo as follows:

115 grain FMJ
4.5 grains of Bullseye powder

Works well in all my lugers, Glock 19 and S&W 669
 

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Which will give you the best result depends on your gun. What do your manuals say? Here is my compiled data:
Bullet Weight Powder Weight Velocity Start/Max Power Factor COL
JHP 115 SR4756 4.5 946 Start 109
FMJ/JHP 115 SR4756 5.2 1000 Start 115
J-all 115 SR4756 6.0 1120 Start 129
JHP 115 SR4756 6.2 1147 132
J-all 115 SR4756 6.3 1175 Max 135
Rem JHP 115 SR4756 6.3 1175 Max 135
FMJ/JHP 115 SR4756 6.4 1200 Max 138
Zero JHP 115 SR4756 8.2 140 16 1.195
J-all 115 800X 6.2 1106 Start 127
J-all 115 800X 6.5 1150 Max 132
FMJ/JHP 115 Universal 4.0 1000 Start 115
GDHP, J-all 115 Universal 4.5 1045 Start 120
Speer GD SP 115 Universal 4.5 1029 Start 118
FMJ/JHP 115 Universal 4.5 1100 Max 127
Speer GD-HP, TMJ, JHP 115 Universal 4.7 1046 Start 120
Speer GDHP 115 Universal 5.0 1149 Max 132 1.125
Speer GD-HP, TMJ, JHP 115 Universal 5.3 1172 Max 135
Nosler JHP 115 Universal 5.3 1235 142
Sierra JHP 115 Universal 5.4 1246 143

To me, they are all very good choices. You will probably get best accuracy with these powders towards a max load, but work your way up. You will notice that one manual's max could be another manual's start, so start at the lowest start.
 
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