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Post by bearandoldman » Thu Aug 14, 2014 2:54 pm

blue68f100 wrote:I think it's more prone to static electricity too, do to it's fluffiness. It bridges similarly to a large flake powder too. My shoot partner seams to have trouble when the loads drop below 4-5 gr.

Above that sounds about right, 5 gains and up would not be a problem. I was using 2.3, the ones with powder were great at 25 yards - no problem.
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Post by greener » Tue Aug 19, 2014 7:44 am

I had enough trouble with the last of my "good" TB .38 loads that I put the last 10 rounds in the "to be recycled" bin. Couple of light "bangs" and a couple of rounds that acted like they needed more crimp. The rest of my handloads from that time worked great. Decided I'd go back and rethink how I'm loading Trailboss.

The 20 or so TB rounds that I fired worked great. I was getting good accuracy, one handed at 15 yards. At least the guy next to me was impressed, but he probably had low expectations.

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