Need help w/ 45ACP load - W452AA + 230LRN

Clicker

Member
This powder is discontinued and I understand it was popular with some competition shooters back in the day. None of my manuals show data for this combo.
I've got a RCBS #10 but that's about as old as I can go and still no joy.
I'm hoping someone has an older manual with 452 data or even an old Winchester pamphlet with 452 recipes.
So am I in luck?
TIA
 

Schultz

New Member
The only listing I have for 452AA is for jacketed bullets, Nothing for LRN.

230 TMJ start weight 4.7 @ 760 Velocity to Max 5.3 @ 825

The LRN in the same book doesn't use 452AA it uses 473AA.
 

Frost

Active Member
If we are on the same page and TMJ is plated then that should work ok for lead.
It has been a while but as I recall you load plated such as Raniers like lead.
 

Clicker

Member
I believe that TMJ stands for Total Metal Jacket. Meaning that the base of the bullet is enclosed as well as the nose.
Some ranges require a "lead safe" projectile for shooting indoors.
These are not plated bullets like those by Rainer's or Berry's.
 
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