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    Default 10MM Hard Cast

    I've been looking high and low for some 10MM auto load data and 180 gr hard cast bullets. I can't seem to find it on the internet or in any of my books. Any suggestions?
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    Usually with cast in 10mm and 40S&W its 200g but even that data is hard to come by so 180 data is very scarce. I have seen one load HERE.

    Id likely use data for jacketed in same weight, get an average of several published loads in the powder I wanted then start low and work up to something I liked.
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    Check out Double Tap Ammo for hard cast bullets if want to go w/ 200 gr.

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    180Gr loads are in most of the manuals, my Speer and Sierra both have plenty data. All depends what powder you are using.
    If using Hogdon powder (Alliant also list data) then go to thier website and they list loads for each of their powders and calibers.
    If it's bullets you need then best (and cheapest) source I have found is Friendswood Bullet Company. Great selection of weights; I use their 220Gr in my witness, with 6.9Gr IMR 800X is a great heavy load. Theirs are the only bullets I have found at 220Gr that stabilise in a stock 4" barrel. Less than $50 for 500 to my door.

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    I GOT THIS DATA FROM MY EAA WITNESS WITH A 3.6" BBL

    Cond. Bullet chg pwdr prmr oal vel sd rng grps

    68'bzy 180rnfp 5.2 gd 300 1.25 898 18 25 around 8"
    68'bzy 180rnfp 5.4 gd 300 1.25 924 16 25 around 8"
    68'bzy 180rnfp 5.6 gd 300 1.25 955 9 25 around 8"
    68'bzy 180rnfp 5.8 gd 300 1.25 963 12 25 around 8"
    68'bzy 180rnfp 6 gd 300 1.25 980 20 25 around 8"
    68'bzy 180rnfp 6.2 gd 300 1.25 1015 51 25 around 8"

    80'bzy 180rnfp 9 aa7 300 1.25 860 26 25 4.5--9 shot
    80'bzy 180rnfp 9.5 aa7 300 1.25 893 35 25 5" or so
    65'sbz 180rnfp 10 aa7 300 1.25 978 13 25 3.5--5
    75' sbz 180rnfp 10.5 aa7 300 1.25 968 31 25 not bad
    75'clm 180rnfp 11 aa7 300 1.25 1070 20 25 2.5--3.25--5

    65'bzy 180rnfp 11 2400 300 1.25 845 27 25 4.5
    70'clm 180rnfp 11.5 2400 300 1.25 892 14 25 4.75--4.75
    74'sbz 180rnfp 12 2400 300 1.25 921 14 25 3.75--4

    78'sbz 180rnfp 11.5 aa9 300 1.25 930 10 25 3.5--2.5
    78'sbz 180rnfp 12.5 aa9 300 1.25 1017 17 25 4--3.25

    65'sbz 180win 10 aa7 300 1.25 947 16 25 5--2.75

    68'sbz 180win 12.5 aa9 300 1.25 1063 35 25 5.5
    68'sbz 180win 13 aa9 300 1.25 1095 47 25 3

    55'bzy 200pl 12 aa9 300 1.25 1004 9 25 6.5--10 shot

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    If you look at Double Tap's site, and want to shoot what they offer in their HC bullets, they will have load data for you. I received an email from them telling me this when I emailed them my questions about reloading. As is, I'm still working on rifles and will re-engage with DT when I have time to develop loads for my 10mm. Just something to think about. I hope this helps.

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