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 9mm 115 gr & Titegroup
silentrebellion  [Member]
9/16/2010 4:10:10 PM
I just found a pretty sweet load for Ranier Arms 9mm HP 115 gr bullets. 4.5 gr of titegroup gave me about a 2.5" grouping at 30 yards. I'm very pleased.

Anyone else had success with 115 gr 9mm slugs and Titegroup?
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strat81  [Team Member]
9/16/2010 4:12:31 PM
Originally Posted By silentrebellion:
I just found a pretty sweet load for Ranier Arms 9mm HP 115 gr bullets. 4.5 gr of titegroup gave me about a 2.5" grouping at 30 yards. I'm very pleased.

Anyone else had success with 115 gr 9mm slugs and Titegroup?


I've used 4.2gr and 4.6gr of Titegroup under 115gr Winchester FMJs. Works well.
StealthyBlagga  [Member]
9/16/2010 4:24:44 PM
My standard 9mm load is a Precision Delta 115gr FMJ over 4.4gr of Titegroup. Runs well in all my pistols and my subgun.
BadLuther  [Team Member]
9/16/2010 5:34:26 PM
Same here except I use 4.2 gr of Titegroup.
V-J  [Member]
9/16/2010 5:42:07 PM
Use about what everyone else says, one thing I have noticed about TG is the small amount of powder it takes. One pound goes along ways and the price is reasonable. $15.99 I can buy it for locally. Happy shooting
Shott8283  [Team Member]
9/16/2010 11:45:48 PM
115grn Nosler JHP in front of 5grns of Bullseye. Not accurate.. or could be just me..


Im gonna try HS6 next ,, then ill look at titegroup

is Titegroup a ball powder? does it meter well?
dryflash3  [Moderator]
9/16/2010 11:51:27 PM
Originally Posted By Shott8283:
115grn Nosler JHP in front of 5grns of Bullseye. Not accurate.. or could be just me..


Im gonna try HS6 next ,, then ill look at titegroup

is Titegroup a ball powder? does it meter well?


A flatened ball that measures great.
dryflash3  [Moderator]
9/16/2010 11:53:47 PM
Originally Posted By StealthyBlagga:
My standard 9mm load is a Precision Delta 115gr FMJ over 4.4gr of Titegroup. Runs well in all my pistols and my subgun.


Montana Gold and 4.4 grs TiteGroup has worked well for me.

DaveSpud  [Member]
9/17/2010 12:10:32 AM
115gr. Berry's and 4.5 gr, of Titegroup is my load.

I am REALLY careful to avoid a double charge, though. All too possible with TiteGroup and 9mm.
jonblack  [Member]
9/17/2010 2:13:18 AM
I will definitely have to try some TiteGroup with my Berry's Plated 115gr. I tried to working up a load with WST and I'm thinking I don't like it for much for that particular projectile. 4.6 grains of WST under a 115 Berry's Plated will not reliably cycle my G34 and it only runs so-so in my Colt 6450.

jonblack
EWP  [Member]
9/17/2010 10:40:56 AM
I have only used Tite Group so far in my .40 S&W(only hand gun caliber I have) but have a lb of Power Pistol and 8lbs of Unique that I'm not sure when I'll try since I like TG so much.
Shott8283  [Team Member]
9/17/2010 12:22:14 PM

Originally Posted By dryflash3:
Originally Posted By Shott8283:
115grn Nosler JHP in front of 5grns of Bullseye. Not accurate.. or could be just me..


Im gonna try HS6 next ,, then ill look at titegroup

is Titegroup a ball powder? does it meter well?


A flatened ball that measures great.


so its a lot like bullseye , shape wise

Ameshawki  [Member]
9/17/2010 12:25:16 PM
I use Titegroup in all my handgun calibers. Great powder for range/target loads.
Aggie_Gunner  [Team Member]
9/17/2010 1:12:45 PM
The only caliber I use titegroup for is .45LC (plinking loads). It fills VERY LITTLE of the case, so use caution. Of course, becasue of the strength of 1873 replica revolvers, most smokeless powders fill very little of the .45LC case. However, I find Titegroup to be just about the LEAST positionally sensitive powder I've ever tried. Plus, like you said, it is cheap.

I may have to expand trying it on other calibers. Right now I use Universal pretty heavily (and H110 for Magnums).

- AG
callgood  [Team Member]
9/17/2010 3:16:50 PM
Originally Posted By StealthyBlagga:
My standard 9mm load is a Precision Delta 115gr FMJ over 4.4gr of Titegroup. Runs well in all my pistols and my subgun.


My Square Deal is dedicated to that combo.



My first 9mm run off my SDB. (Sniff). Beautimus!


Dan12  [Team Member]
9/17/2010 3:55:58 PM
That is about what I used to use, but lately I have been using Ramshot Zip w/ my 115's so I can keep the velocity around 950FPS.
Dr_Ripp  [Team Member]
9/17/2010 4:41:16 PM
Originally Posted By Ameshawki:
I use Titegroup in all my handgun calibers. Great powder for range/target loads.


Me too. Good powder.

silentrebellion  [Member]
9/17/2010 7:00:54 PM
I'm still on my first pound of titegroup and I think I've loaded 700 .45 and 400 9mm. Reloading for pistol is the goods!
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