3 thoughts on “Reloading the .40 S&W”

  1. No problems thus far with WSP primers, R-P cases, min charge of W231, and 180gr FMJ in my G22. But then, I don’t reload my brass more than twice.

    Care must be taken with ALL handloads. A progressive in the hands of a neophyte is a recipe for disaster.

    Nobody should be allowed to buy a progressive until they have a single stage or a turret for 1 year.

  2. 4.7 grains of bullseye behind a hand cast 180 grain truncated cone bullet, and watch the seating depth.

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