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Thread: Remington Golden Saber

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    Default Remington Golden Saber

    Has anyone reloaded 9mm ammo using the Remington Golden Saber bullet. This bullet has a driving band abount .175 tall on the bottom of the bullet, (this is the only part of the bullet that is .355 diameter - the bullet then changes to .348 and tapers toward the ogive. I am planning to seat this bullet to a standard JHP depth and use enough taper crimp to remove the bell. My concern is that the crimp may raise pressure to high because it will be tighter than a standard .355 crimp. I have used the Golden Sabers in a .357 which is more forgiving of pressure than the 9 mm.

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    runfiverun runfiverun's Avatar
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    Dec 2007
    soda springs idaho


    i haven't used them.
    but if it were me i would seat them out as far as they would reliably feed and fit the mag.
    to give the crimp a good hold on the bullet without crimping the case in so far it won't headspace on the case mouth.

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