Does anyone who reloads here try to obtain the best "throat jump" when choosing or creating a load recipe for 9mm (or any pistol for that matter) ?
I ran across the concept in the article referenced below and I am wondering if this is a good reason to try and use recipes that call for the max COAL in order to minimize the distance between the ogive of the bullet and the lands of the barrel.
It could also be the case that this does not really pertain to pistols.
Here is the article (it has two parts):
Effects of COAL and CBTO | Part 1 | Berger Bullets Blog
Effects of COAL and CBTO | Part 2 | Berger Bullets Blog