Ok fella's, I done some horse tradin and got me a set of 45ACP dies and thought I would load a few since ammo has been a bit scarce...
I loaded 10 rounds for a trial run and had some function issues in a glock that usually eats everything!
I could not get them to feed, eject, and most took more than one strike to fire the primer.
Here is my data : good clean once fired cases, WLP primers, 6.0 gr Universal pdr, 185grn HP bullets... COL 1.25 / 900fps
My thoughts are I over crimped them thus allowing them to go to far into the barrel causing light primer strikes, not exactlty sure why that would cause ejection problems unless depth was so far the extractor could not get a good hold?
I had 3 diff manuals all calling for diff COLs for this bullet from 1.16 - 1.22 - 1.27 good grief!
Any thoughts before I try another batch? I was runiing the case completely into the die which I think is too much taper and crimp. Still learning on these taper boolits...
I woulda called old EKC, but he woulda razzed me and called me a Gomer!