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Old 11-26-2005, 05:39 PM
matthewPFS matthewPFS is offline
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VV310 vs. vv320




Hey everyone I want your opinion on the differences b/n VV310 and VV320. I load a 200gr. LSWC with 4.5 gr of VV310 now for a full size 1911, and was wondering if there is any difference b/n 310 and 320. thanks
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Old 11-26-2005, 05:47 PM
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Think of 320 as similar to TG or W231.....

320 is a tad slower, but not much, very similar to Titegroup. For example, accuracy loads in 9x19 are down with W231, Titegroup, and VV320.
In the .45 I prefer 310, since it takes less powder to do what I need it to do, and the accuracy is great, not to mention the felt recoil is to my liking
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Old 11-27-2005, 07:50 PM
Norm Lee Norm Lee is offline
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VV N310 and 320

Mr. Pingun has about nailed it for you. 310 is the way to go to keep cost (amount of powder) down and accuracy up. There's not much you can do with a .45 ACP where N 310 doesn't work. 320 is a little slower but there's no good reason to go there. If you're out on the hairy edge for heavy bullets in a bowling pin shoot situation for example you might want to go to a slower powder. In that case look at N350.

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