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Thread: Need OAL help using Berrys Bullets in CW380 and load data.

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    Late to comment but my P380 load is Berrys HBRN 100g, titegeoup 3.1, coal .950 with mixed brass. Pull a couple rounds after crimping and set the crimp ro just leave a visual ring on the bullet. If you can feel it with your fingernail it's toooo deep.
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    I know that this thread is a little on the old side, but for future reference Berry's does have COL data for their bullets on their website...

    https://www.berrysmfg.com/pub/files/...forcatalog.pdf

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    I have found that .468 is the number that worked for my CW380.....now at 900 rounds on reloads.

    Thanks for the heads up

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    .468 is a short round.
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    ...and the reason I don't post load data, as I could fat finger something like that, and end up hurting someone.
    Last edited by Tilos; 11-26-2017 at 05:05 PM.
    I apologize if my post contains the same or similar information as someone who has posted before me.

    My ignore list contains many members who I consider scenters and/or agitators and I do not see/read what they post.

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