Overall Comparo Group Size Averages
So if you take all the pages, or include all the areas youo can see here in the tables, this was the statistical result.  Anyone surprised? You know what stands out?  IMR Blue what?  What is that? There is not even any load data for 9 MM on the net? How did this happen?  HS-6?  Dirty but really good.    
90 Grain Bullets - Overall Comparo
Aw...HS-6 again?  WAC again?  IMR Blue? Pretty good...Now we start to see patterns...lets continue..
115 Grain Bullets - Overall Comparo
HS-6 again?  Boring...WAC again?  Lets continue..
124 Grain Bullets - Overall Comparo
HS-6 top 5?  Hello! 
147 Grain Bullets - Overall Comparo
147 grain is the most accurate group here statistically, overall.  WAC huh?  
65 Grain Bullets
Its not common to see a flake powder like BE86 to be able to compete with spherical powders like this, or even 3N37 a stick powder, but yet it does. 

These loads are mostly not manufacturer book values for standard and +P pressure.  Some exceed, and some have no book data anywhere.  Interestingly, the newest Ramshot data for +P said that Silhouette load there would be ~1800 FPS.  We got slightly higher, probably because the Xtreme case has lower case capacity than normal at ~12.72 grains or so. 

Do not load over book values, of course, all loads are at your own risk.  We recommend you do not do what we do.



90 Grain Bullets
You starting to get the idea of which powders are versatile for all grain loads for super high +P+ Performance?

Of course, this chart does NOT represent pressure.  So this does NOT read that 10.0 grains of Blue Dot using a is +P or standard pressure.  This chart does not tell you what pressure it is, it just tells you what FPS we got using X load.  Pressure is unknown.  We are confident though, that the Blue Dot there at 10 grains is likely way +P+ and very high unsafe pressure.  Several rounds in a row were up there near 1700 FPS, and the gun had massive recoil and felt like a sledgehammer against your hand.

Do not load over book values, of course, all loads are at your own risk.  We recommend you do not do what we do. 






115 Grain Bullets
Load at your own risk.  What we load doesn't mean it will be safe for you. Do not load above recommended manufacturer book maximums.

Some bullet manufacturers sell +P+ bullets that are comparable to some of these higher end loads.  Such as Federal PBLE +P+, or others. 

124 Grain Bullet
Load at your own risk.  What we load doesn't mean it will be safe for you. Do not load above recommended manufacturer book maximums.
Some bullet manufacturers sell +P+ bullets that are comparable to some of these higher end loads.  We left out many of the 9MM Major loads, go see that page to see the grid on that.  These are Precision Delta 124 HP ~1.10 OAL.  With that short OAL, its not a great idea to load for Major.
147 Grain Bullets
Load at your own risk.  What we load doesn't mean it will be safe for you. Do not load above recommended manufacturer book maximums.  Note: we have no idea why Blue Dot isn't used more in 9MM.  Look how incredibly versatile it is in every grain, with near top performance and good accuracy?