Morne wrote:I got a 1-pounder of Ramshot Enforcer and loaded up some .357 Mags with it today. HOLY SMOKES that stuff meters easily!!!
I had thought about getting some Accurate #9 but they only had 4-pounders of that. Not yet knowing how much I'll like it I figured sticking with 1-pounders was smart.
Enforcer is apparently slightly slower burning than #9 anyway. So this is the logical extreme.
I'm also going to try building some .44 Mags and .500 Mags with it. If all goes well, I might switch to Enforcer for my revolver loads and just use Lil'Gun for my oddball rifle rounds (.300 AAC BLK and .50 Beo).
willbird wrote:Powder burn rate charts can be kind of arbitrary IMHO.
JustaShooter wrote:willbird wrote:Powder burn rate charts can be kind of arbitrary IMHO.
There is more to how a powder performs than burn rate. Two powders with the same burn rate can perform differently because one is bulkier than the other so fills the case with the same or less weight, etc.
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