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What's your favorite powder/charge in 9mm with 115gr. bullets ? I'm currently using Unique and HS-6, looking for others to try.


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I use AA#7 for my 9's but for 124g. It should work very well for 115g's too.


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4.5 Grains of Bullseye. Been using it for years.
 
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6.6 of HS-6
 
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Hodgdon Universal.

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Power Pistol works great. You will get a bit of flash/bang if that bothers you.
 
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I use 231.
 
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I don't remember what the charge weight was for 115, but WSF is my go to powder for 9mm. Titegroup has too narrow of a range for me to be comfortable throwing in a progressive (at least MY progressive, anyway), and CFE Pistol is dirty AF.


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Hands down, Sport Pistol.
 
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I’ve been using 4.6 gr of titegroup in my 9mm for years with 115gr rn fmj and plated.
 
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I’d go fast with a light 115 grn bullet, for me that’s Titegroup. I may go Win-231 next.
 
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I use 231 now, but that's mostly because that's what I have. But its fine.


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4.5 grains of W231. I use it with Eggleston coated 115 grain TC coated bullets in my Glocks. Accurate and reliable.
 
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4.5 grains Bullseye is a great load. I also like 6.0 of Power Pistol and 6.1 of WSF. Mostly under Montana Gold JHP or Hornady HAP.
 
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of all the powders I have used over the decades
Universal had been the best results for me.
 
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Cfe pistol for me
 
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I'm very new to reloading 9mm as it's been so cheap for so long it just wasn't worth my time. I still have a good stash of commercial 9mm but decided to start rolling my own anyway. On a friend's recommendation I started with TiteGroup and it's performed pretty well. I tried some 231 but it didn't group as well as the TiteGroup does. Mind you this is all with 124gr bullets, I don't know if it's indicative of how a 115 would work. I'm going to try some Bullseye next.
 
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Tite group works well for me.
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I use a lot of titegroup, but mostly do 135 and 147 gn bullets. I use Blue Bullets.
 
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