I've been loading 165gr plated bullets with 9.2gr of longshot, OAL 1.26" with winchester WLP primers, I cant see any deformation but can feel the case head is bulged while resizing.
would it be safe to go up to 9.9 grains or do i really need to work up to it?
I am using an autodisk and that is the only jump without weighing every charge.
or should I load 10 at 9.5gr, 10 at 9.7gr, and 10 at 9.9gr?
What is the water's method or recognizing overpressure?
Farther up, there is a load of 10.2gr of LS, but it is a different primer, I may have answered my own question, but if anyone has interjections to add, they're welcome!
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