I have 9mm 125 grain partially jacked hollow points and I am look for the load data for Hodgdon HS-6 powder. There are only a handful of things Hodgdon lists and nothing even close. Thanks
Correct but Unfortunately the bullets were given to me so I don't know the brand name or I would try the manufactures infromationI think that he is looking for load data for a partialy jacketed 125 grain. Seems like I used some of those many years ago but dont recall who mafe them
Yep. That's not a half-jacket. I was basing that idea on the description before the photo went up. We can't see whether there is a hollow point or not from the photo angle. If so, it is as Harry said. If not, it is a typical soft-point form, most of which seem to have disappeared from the market like half-jackets have. Half-jackets are cylindrical copper cups with lead swaged into them and don't reach high enough up the sides of the bullet to become part of the ogive (the curved part of the tip). This auction page has a photo of some half-jacketed SWC's, though the ones I used to get for 30 cal plinkers from Speer were all round nose.
I would think these are for 357 magnumView attachment 99348
Defintate a hollow point. I just don't recall seeing one without the jacket all the way up. Like I said they were given to me and there a thousands of these 125 grain and thousands more of 158 grain. I am not so sure about using the 158 grain never loaded such a heavy bullet in 9mm.
Thanks for the information