I don't know/ It is the last number on my calipers.Measure it. For Jacketed bullets it should be .375-.376. For lead depending on the bullet diameter about .376-.377.
Do you actually mean tenths (.10 ) or do you mean thousands (.001) ?
uuhh you can't use .365 makarov bullet's in a 9mm they are .355 jacketed .356 for lead. As for your question, just measure how thick the wall of your brass is and double it and add that to the dia. of the bullet your using.I don't know/ It is the last number on my calipers.
The factory load (jacketed bullet) is right about the same as my dummy load when I measure the over all length and the dia. at the crimp. These are the makarov rounds Missouri lead bullets.Dia..365
Thanks Steve! Also see your in the land of lakes.I grew up in MPLS.
ok, you should tell us your loading 9x18 makarov. when you say 9mm people think 9x19mm luger, any way your crimp should be somewere in the .390 to .388 neighborhoodI cut down the cases to Mak size. They are just 9mm cases that have been cut down. Here are the bullets.
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93 Grain RN
For Spetznaz Ops
Price per box of 500
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Ok thankyou sir. Crimp on the factory load was .388 and on my dummy load it is .386.ok, you should tell us your loading 9x18 makarov. when you say 9mm people think 9x19mm luger, any way your crimp should be somewere in the .390 to .388 neighborhood