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Old 02-15-2013, 13:26   #1
Rich22
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Powder for 300 Blackout

Since it appears I may soon be able to trade for some SRP I need to go about getting some powder together. I am looking for a powder that will work with both Supersonic and Subsonic. 95% of the projectiles will be Cast Lead but I do have quite a number of Jacketed bullets I was lucky enough to get a killer deal on some months back. Have not decided on a mold for the supers yet but got the 247gr NOE mold for the subsonics. Looking to get some good performance out of this but this will be my first rifle loading experience so to say I will be taking it slow will be an understatement.

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Old 02-15-2013, 23:06   #2
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Since it appears I may soon be able to trade for some SRP I need to go about getting some powder together. I am looking for a powder that will work with both Supersonic and Subsonic. 95% of the projectiles will be Cast Lead but I do have quite a number of Jacketed bullets I was lucky enough to get a killer deal on some months back. Have not decided on a mold for the supers yet but got the 247gr NOE mold for the subsonics. Looking to get some good performance out of this but this will be my first rifle loading experience so to say I will be taking it slow will be an understatement.

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Vhit N-110 and Accurate 1680.
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Old 02-16-2013, 07:34   #3
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Accurate 1680.
Second time I have seen this mentioned, will have to look into its properties and availability
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Old 02-25-2013, 10:51   #4
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Accurate 1680 or 5744... the later works best for me with my subsonics when I want the gun to cycle, and then I use Lil'Gun for supers.
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Old 02-25-2013, 12:47   #5
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Yep most folks use this Accurate 1680 for subs! I don't shoot subs nuch just Suppers and Lil'gun is the powder of choice for me! It doesn't beat up the brass ( more reloads)!
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