I have my bullet-seating die set for making FMJ RN loads at 1.25". I don't measure anything else; I load them with the same setting, pretending that the missing part of the bullet is there.
I use 6.4 grains of Unique, as a matter of fact, behind the Golden Sabers.
Chief, that is one variable I didn't mention before. I load the GS loads hotter than the plinking/target FMJ loads. But usually - not always - lighter loads are more accurate loads. Still, the hotter Remington GS loads shoot straighter than the Remington FMJ loads. I don't know why, as I said.
If God didn't want us to own guns, why did He make the 1911?
[This message has been edited by jpwright (edited 11-19-2001).]