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PerfectShooter
08-27-2012, 19:39
Gun:Glock 20 With Stock Barrel and Wolf 24lb Recoil Spring
Bullet: 175gr Winchester Silvertip
Brass: Starline
Powder2400 Charge: 13.5gr
Primer: WLP
COL: 1.260

Chrono Results: 10 shots
Hi: 1189fps/549ft-lbs
Lo: 1182/543ft-lbs
Avg: 1185/546ft-lbs
ES: 7
SD: 2

Bullet stopped in 3rd water jug.

Later this week i will chrono using a stock glock 29 and will post results.

SDGlock23
08-28-2012, 09:26
Not bad. The only 175's Silvertips I've ever loaded was with 9.7gr of Longshot. I don't remember exactly, but it got me over 1300 fps from the stock 20.

_The_Shadow
08-28-2012, 14:16
PerfectShooter, :welcome: to the Forum! You may find that the results will be a little disappointing rom the G-29, Power Pistol helps being a little faster burn rate. 800X was also a little better than the LongShot with some various loads from the shorter barreled pistol!
Best regards!

:)

PerfectShooter
08-28-2012, 14:25
PerfectShooter, :welcome: to the Forum! You may find that the results will be a little disappointing rom the G-29, Power Pistol helps being a little faster burn rate. 800X was also a little better than the LongShot with some various loads from the shorter barreled pistol!
Best regards!

:)
Thanks do you have any starting loads you would suggest for power pistol or 800x

_The_Shadow
08-28-2012, 14:43
You could use any of the 180 grain loads for the 175 ST's which should yield very simular results...

Alliant list Power Pistol with a 180 grain as 8.7 grains @ 1,240 fps - 34,900 psi

Hope this helps! :wavey:

PerfectShooter
08-28-2012, 15:06
You could use any of the 180 grain loads for the 175 ST's which should yield very simular results...

Alliant list Power Pistol with a 180 grain as 8.7 grains @ 1,240 fps - 34,900 psi

Hope this helps! :wavey:
Thanks

Wolf Spyder
09-24-2012, 14:56
There are better bullets out there. I would purchase some 165 gr. or 180 gr. Speer Gold Dots instead of the Winchester Silvertips. The Gold Dots are cheaper than the Silvertips in my neck of the woods.