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Post by KBarth on Fri 04 May 2018, 08:14

Anyone using a slide mounted 9000sc? If so, what is your load info?  Looking to find a good reliable powder weight with a 185 jhp and 185 swchp, preferably bullseye powder. Thanks
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Post by Chris Miceli on Fri 04 May 2018, 09:04

4.2- 4.5 BE 185jhp 4.0-4.2 lswchp your gun many vary depending how tight it was put together and the springs you use. I haven’t made any drastic changes to my gun to shoot 4.2 BE 1.2oal .470crimp was using 3.8BE 200lswc before. I don’t have any targets just a blah performance score card.


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Post by lablover on Sun 06 May 2018, 17:12

I’m using 4.1 BE 11 lb spring 190 swc

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Post by Jon Eulette on Sun 06 May 2018, 17:21

3.4 BE 200 lswc short line 3.8 BE 20 lswc long line. 
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Post by LenV on Sun 06 May 2018, 18:15

You know what they say about a picture....
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Post by lablover on Sun 06 May 2018, 18:24

Yea, I’m gonna try that 4.2.  Lol

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Post by Tim:H11 on Sun 06 May 2018, 19:10

I love my Ultradots because I haven’t had any issues and they’re affordable. But the more I see those Aimpoint 9000SC models the more I think about buying one....
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Post by zanemoseley on Sun 06 May 2018, 19:46

My pistol built by Jon needs 4.2 WST under Magnus 185gr #801, on my home cast H&G 68 185gr I have to go up to 4.6 WST, I attribute the difference to bearing surface length.

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Post by lablover on Sun 06 May 2018, 20:41

LenV wrote:You know what they say about a picture....
Hey Len, what recoil spring you using in that beast

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Post by Tim:H11 on Sun 06 May 2018, 21:21

zanemoseley wrote:My pistol built by Jon needs 4.2 WST under Magnus 185gr #801, on my home cast H&G 68 185gr I have to go up to 4.6 WST, I attribute the difference to bearing surface length.

Do you know what the velocity is with these charges or possibly what you'd be using for an amount if using Bullseye powder instead? just curious - I shoot bullseye and only shoot 200 grain LSWC. I've only played around with the 185 grain bullets a little. I haven't really fully explored that type of bullet. I've just been very pleased with 200 grain LSWC so I haven't bothered to venture out much.
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Post by LenV on Sun 06 May 2018, 21:39

Recoil spring in the "beast". You made me look. I decided to clean it while I had it apart. Just an FYI the poundage lines on my home made spring scale were calibrated using new Wolfe recoil springs. I have a lot of springs so I had to make myself something to reference. It turns out that the recoil spring measures about 11.5 on my trusty tester. It really will be close to that. It probably was a 12 new.

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Post by mikemyers on Mon 07 May 2018, 08:59

LenV wrote:......the poundage lines on my home made spring scale were calibrated using new Wolfe recoil springs.....

Can you please take another photo, that shows how this device works?
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Post by LenV on Mon 07 May 2018, 10:10

Had one in my computer. I originally had it marked in inches then changed to actuals.

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Post by mikemyers on Mon 07 May 2018, 12:07

Now it's clear - thanks!   I should try to make something like this...
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Post by messenger on Mon 07 May 2018, 12:18

Chris Miceli wrote:4.2- 4.5 BE 185jhp 4.0-4.2 lswchp your gun many vary depending how tight it was put together and the springs you use. I haven’t made any drastic changes to my gun to shoot 4.2 BE 1.2oal .470crimp was using 3.8BE
200lswc before. I don’t have any targets just a blah performance score card.


I wouldn't mind having a Blah scorecard like that!
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Post by Chris Miceli on Mon 07 May 2018, 12:25

messenger wrote:
Chris Miceli wrote:4.2- 4.5 BE 185jhp 4.0-4.2 lswchp your gun many vary depending how tight it was put together and the springs you use. I haven’t made any drastic changes to my gun to shoot 4.2 BE 1.2oal .470crimp was using 3.8BE
200lswc before. I don’t have any targets just a blah performance score card.


I wouldn't mind having a Blah scorecard like that!
every match my goal is all in the black.... but 8s suck.
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Post by Wobbley on Mon 07 May 2018, 12:50

Chris Miceli wrote:
messenger wrote:
Chris Miceli wrote:4.2- 4.5 BE 185jhp 4.0-4.2 lswchp your gun many vary depending how tight it was put together and the springs you use. I haven’t made any drastic changes to my gun to shoot 4.2 BE 1.2oal .470crimp was using 3.8BE
200lswc before. I don’t have any targets just a blah performance score card.


I wouldn't mind having a Blah scorecard like that!
every match my goal is all in the black.... but 8s suck.

7s suck even worse.
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Post by zanemoseley on Tue 08 May 2018, 21:30

Tim:H11 wrote:
zanemoseley wrote:My pistol built by Jon needs 4.2 WST under Magnus 185gr #801, on my home cast H&G 68 185gr I have to go up to 4.6 WST, I attribute the difference to bearing surface length.

Do you know what the velocity is with these charges or possibly what you'd be using for an amount if using Bullseye powder instead? just curious - I shoot bullseye and only shoot 200 grain LSWC. I've only played around with the 185 grain bullets a little. I haven't really fully explored that type of bullet. I've just been very pleased with 200 grain LSWC so I haven't bothered to venture out much.

Sorry, not real sure on the velocity.

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