Re: Reloading 9 mm?
Besides the powder charge stated above which can essentially cause cycling problems, when you check your finished rounds with calibers, are you checking diameter at the mouth of the case? If you are not crimping the case enough, it can cause it to be too tight in the chamber and cause feed jams.
Check against a factory loaded round as well as the data in the book. Most books give a dimension that is the MAXIMUM dia, not required dia.
On my .45's, if i crimp to .473 (book dia.) rounds will chamber fine in my worn out GI gun, but jam consistantly in my newer gun. .4715 will feed flawlessly.
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