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    Default .380 AUTO Bullseye 100gr FMJ Load Data?

    My Lyman book doesn't have any data for 100gr. FMJ, anyone have a book that lists min/max/COAL for Bullseye? I'm trying to load the Berry's Plated 100gr.

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    Well I picked a load in the middle of the range for the 95 grain bullets and shot them today, cycled great, a little bit snappy but no pressure signs so now i'm loading up 500 of them!

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    Quote Originally Posted by limon32 View Post
    My Lyman book doesn't have any data for 100gr. FMJ, anyone have a book that lists min/max/COAL for Bullseye? I'm trying to load the Berry's Plated 100gr.
    My 2nd edition Lee book says 100 grain jacketed bullet Bullseye 3.1-3.3 min OAL 0.975

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    Interesting I was a bit under that, thanks for the info!


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    My Hornady Third Edition says 100 gr. Full Metal Jacket Bullseye 2.6-3.6 grains CAOL .980

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    Default .380 AUTO Bullseye 100gr FMJ Load Data?

    Awesome, I was shooting 2.6 so that makes me feel good!

    As snappy as that was in surprised to see the max so much higher!

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    Quote Originally Posted by limon32 View Post
    Awesome, I was shooting 2.6 so that makes me feel good!

    As snappy as that was in surprised to see the max so much higher!

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    I have 2 .380's. The plastic one, everything seems snappy, the metal one handles up to the max and handles them better than anything in the plastic one.

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    Interesting, thanks for the info.


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