Care to share your load info? Some of us might like to guess the fps and psi and see how it compares once tested.Have a reload I am working with.what is involved with getting it tested or verified.who does this c,cost & time.do they some of the shells or just an ingredients list?
I used Perscion recently on a 20 gauge load. Used it for years but sources said that it was unsafe. Well turned out they were right. Quit a bit over pressure even though the load was listed in manuals.Precision Reloading and Downrange Wads are the two I'm aware of, and I don't believe either are taking new clients at the moment.
You need to send your actual shells that you've loaded, they aren't going to load them for you, which need to go UPS or Fedex Ground ONLY, and need to send at least 6 shells for PR. From Precision Reloading: "The cost is $40 per 5 shot string OR $25 per 5 shot string if 2 or more shot strings are tested." So figure on it being a 70 or 80 dollar adventure by the time you're done. And you also need to ensure that your load is at least somewhat vaguely sensical, I'm sure they won't be too happy if you blow up their test rig with something really off the rails.
The loads are listed on the paper inside the bag of wads. 14.5 grr of extralite in rem hull is 1200 FPS w rem primer. Has a pressure of 6300. Now I cheateted and used a ched primer. Maybe a little hotter but not that much.now maybe I have 6700/6800 pressure.very soft but effective. That’s what I based my 1/2 oz load on.Interesting. 12ga Gun Club hulls are sure a lot cheaper & more plentiful than .410 hulls!
What or where is the published load you mentioned? All I can find for Extra-Lite (on Alliant's online reloading guide) for 3/4 oz are 1250 and 1300 fps with the 0178 (7/8 oz) wad, and Rem primers with Rem hulls. Don't know why they show it with 0178 wads and not 0175, which as you know is generally for 3/4 oz.
Have you chrono-tested any of these?
I've been happy with this one:
Competition Electronics Prochrono DLX