Data on 147 zero JHP's and Titegroup
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    Data on 147 zero JHP's and Titegroup

    Hi folks,
    Looking for some data on the above combination with a older M&P full size 9mm.
    I can't seem to find a happy place with the Titegroup or 147 zero bullets , been loading 3.3 + or - a grain with a 1.120 col that Zero said to use but not very good. Now it could be that I can't get the trigger control right on a strike fire which no one but me can fix and I am working on grip and that.
    Could some of you guys pass on your loads as far as charge weight and col and maybe I can rule out that its not the bullet and its my crappy shooting.
    Thanks for any suggestions and or help with this issue.
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    I will try zero 124 grain very soon as my testing with those "seem" to group well but I could have just been lucky when I tested those like the 147's.
    Baffled I am.

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    Is not the rule of thumb the heaver the bullet the lighter the charge ?


    I know that reloading for my colt .45 ACP, I get much better POI when downloading from the recommended charge with a heavier bullet weight.

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    You can get load data for Titegroup from the Hogdon website. With plated or coated bullets, I always load to lead bullet velocity data.

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    What seems to be ignored is the LAW that states that all reloading is to start at the start load or to start 10% below the max charge and work up. Using this LAW of reloading, all 147gn jacketed bullets will have the same starting load and YOU have to watch for pressure signs, just as you ALWAYS do. IF you don't like this, buy ONLY bullets from manufacturers that print their own load manuals.

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    Here's a link to data from Hodgon's for 9 mm, 147 gr JHP.

    Looks like you're. at the bottom powder charge according to them. But the whole range from top to bottom is 0.4 grs and yours vary +/- 1 gr. I hope you mean 0.1gr. and that's 50% of range.

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