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I found 4.7 grains to be very accurate with a Missouri 125-grain lead semi-wadcutter (their IDP #6) in my .38 Super but 5.5 grains of AutoComp is a tad better.

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In my M&P 9mm, 6.0 titegroup with 124 JHP equals 1,146 FPS.
115 grain will probably be 30-40 FPS faster. 16.5 grains 1 1/8
grains of shot is app. 1,175 FPS.
 

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Yes and that was the primary application for Titegroup. It is a much better pistol powder than a shotgun powder IMO.
 

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Titegroup works great for most pistol loads. I still use Accurate #9 for max power magnums, and Clays for very light cast bullet indoor target loads, but Titegroup is used for everything else.
 

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Thank you all for the time and effort to answer this ? I will experiment with all the info.

Chuck

P.S. I'm only shootin' targets with it
 
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