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    JD11

    Winchester .45 FMJ

    They list it in my Hodgdon reloading manual, I figured they showed it on their website too. They DO also show a 230 gr. LRN Starting load 4.0, max 4.8.

    JD11 Today, 07:00 Go to last post
    JTQ

    Magazine Loaders

    The Ed Brown .45 Auto picture (choose the .45 in the drop down, if my picture grab doesn't work) shows the dimple fairly well.

    https://www.edbrown.com/product/10mm-magazine/

    JTQ Today, 06:11 Go to last post
    JTQ

    Magazine Loaders

    I can't post pictures, but if you have other mags, such as McCormick Power Mag or a Wilson 47 series, you can compare them to the CheckMates and notice

    JTQ Today, 05:51 Go to last post
    noylj

    Powder Measures

    It used to be easy for the powder company to remove the solvent. Now, they have to use low-volatile (slower evaporating) solvents to save the Earth. Mind

    noylj Today, 02:29 Go to last post
    Doran

    Magazine Loaders

    Magazines since 1913 have a slight indent on the RHS lip after an early material change made the lip too hard to flex when bypassing the magazine catch.

    Doran Today, 02:22 Go to last post



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