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Old 02-01-2013, 11:15 PM
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Default IMR SR7625 for 9mm

Has anyone had any experience with sr7625 in 124 to 147 gr lead or plated minor loads?

Looking for feedback on accuracy, feel and smoke.
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Has anyone had any experience with sr7625 in 124 to 147 gr lead or plated minor loads?

Looking for feedback on accuracy, feel and smoke.
A few years ago I used up what was left from a large keg of SR-7625 in 9mm loads. It metered very uniformly in my Dillon 550 and burned quite cleanly.
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Thanks for the feedack TSQUARED. Do you recall how soft they shot or accuracy?
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