9 ounce slide
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10.3-11 if you are using a titanium, cone comp or a light steel comp.
9 is more for a minor gun. I know some gunsmiths will say 9's are fine for major, but I'd make sure the gun has a replacement warranty.
There really is no magic slide weight. It really depends on your set up. Barrel, comp, powder choice, and what a shooters prefers all come into play. I say go 10.5, see how that does. You'll notice the difference. It's a safe weight to have less issues and be less prone to slide cracking, because the cuts will be less aggressive. Also, the lighter you go the more critical the barrel fit is. If you put a 9.5-10oz slide and the comp and barrel aren't fit perfect. You're gun won't last very long.
Posted 04 July 2012 - 07:53 PM
The last wow I had was when I added .3gr to a 38SC load and tamed the beast that was so bad it hurt to shoot it, the extra gas made it nice to shoot. Go figure. Sometimes its just little things. And the other thing I never had to worry about making power factor.
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my load is 7.6 gr of autocomp and a 124 jhp MG
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